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Playstation Store 10/15/09 – topatoi (US)

DMeisterJ

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I'm bored and there is no update so I will now rant for everyone's entertainment.

What is the problem with SCEA/SCEE? I don't get it. People are willing to throw money at you, yet you constantly update the store at erratic time-frames, even though this is something you've been doing for 3 years!! You know what would happen if someone had a job and constantly showed up late for 3 years? They wouldn't have a fucking job! And then it's not like there is much in the way of a meaty update. A few gems come here and there, but mostly it's pork. It's useless, and stuff that is unappealing. We have gotten good the past few weeks with Critter Crunch, and Uno, and Fat Princess earlier this year, but really, for the updates to be as sparse as they are some weeks, you would think that being on time would be something that is easily accessible.

And let's not get started on the PSP. You launch the PSPgo and follow it up with one of the wort PSP weeks to grace the store. That's not saying much since every PSP update aside from the one from the PSPgo week has faltered between relatively weak to downright terrible. And it's not like you even kept your end of the promise of 300+ UMD classics by launch. How about you only gave us like 100 and then followed it up with 2 NBA games. Way to dick over anyone who bought a PSPgo with the huge breadth of content we got last week! So much content! People were up to their ears in content for the PSPgo! Having to choose between 2 whole games! 2! And they are the same exact genre! WOW!!!! Thank you SCEA! Thank you so much for your consistently shitty updates.

I hope the PS Store crashes and never updates again.
 

Brazil

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DMeisterJ said:
I'm bored and there is no update so I will now rant for everyone's entertainment.

What is the problem with SCEA/SCEE? I don't get it. People are willing to throw money at you, yet you constantly update the store at erratic time-frames, even though this is something you've been doing for 3 years!! You know what would happen if someone had a job and constantly showed up late for 3 years? They wouldn't have a fucking job! And then it's not like there is much in the way of a meaty update. A few gems come here and there, but mostly it's pork. It's useless, and stuff that is unappealing. We have gotten good the past few weeks with Critter Crunch, and Uno, and Fat Princess earlier this year, but really, for the updates to be as sparse as they are some weeks, you would think that being on time would be something that is easily accessible.

And let's not get started on the PSP. You launch the PSPgo and follow it up with one of the wort PSP weeks to grace the store. That's not saying much since every PSP update aside from the one from the PSPgo week has faltered between relatively weak to downright terrible. And it's not like you even kept your end of the promise of 300+ UMD classics by launch. How about you only gave us like 100 and then followed it up with 2 NBA games. Way to dick over anyone who bought a PSPgo with the huge breadth of content we got last week! So much content! People were up to their ears in content for the PSPgo! Having to choose between 2 whole games! 2! And they are the same exact genre! WOW!!!! Thank you SCEA! Thank you so much for your consistently shitty updates.

I hope the PS Store crashes and never updates again.
SCEA does not work under exact update hours like Nintendo does.

And for the PSP Go rant, yeah. I remember saying a few weeks before its launch that those who were expecting the whole UMD library available as DDs would be in for huge disappointment. But I agree. And (un)fortunately, Sony won't get away with this.
 

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Thanks for all Fallout 3 impressions :)
 

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Brazil said:
SCEA does not work under exact update hours like Nintendo does.

And for the PSP Go rant, yeah. I remember saying a few weeks before its launch that those who were expecting the whole UMD library available as DDs would be in for huge disappointment. But I agree. And (un)fortunately, Sony won't get away with this.
Sony should have regular update times.

Sony should have the whole UMB library available for download if at all possible. I know there are some problems with third party franchises, but it's not like these are titles from the NES days like Duck Tales.
 

Chocoboko

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Luigison said:
Sony should have regular update times.

Sony should have the whole UMB library available for download if at all possible. I know there are some problems with third party franchises, but it's not like these are titles from the NES days like Duck Tales.
Ya, I am glad to hear updates from companies like rockstar that they will be releasing their games but I hope we don't have to keep waiting for each company to have a week. These games should all already be on the store...
 

Pyke Presco

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One new PSone release, Sno cross championship racing. Trying to figure out what the new PSP games are.

EDIT: The PSone release is Tomb Raider:the last revelation. Apologies.

PSP:
Astroboy:The video game (29.99)
Harvest Moon: Boy and Girl(14.99)
Innocent life: A futuristic harvest moon (14.99)
Manhunt 2(29.99)
Midnight club LA (19.99)
Midnight club 3 (19.99)
Reel Fishing:Great outdoors(14.99)
SOCOM:US navy seals tactical strike (15.99)
Street Fighter alpha 3 max (19.99)
 

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PSN really is a mess since a couple of months. Not only the connections and bugs are all over the place but the update are as irregular as ever.

Busting 6pm in the american store was happening like 3 times a year. Now it's 3 on 4 WEEKS.

Seriously Sony, get your fucking shit together. + upload TRINE god damnit.

.
 

Blu_LED

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Ranger X said:
PSN really is a mess since a couple of months. Not only the connections and bugs are all over the place but the update are as irregular as ever.

Busting 6pm in the american store was happening like 3 times a year. Now it's 3 on 4 WEEKS.

Seriously Sony, get your fucking shit together. + upload TRINE god damnit.

.
wat

Plus how if Trine Sony's fault?
 

Tobor

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Pyke Presco said:
One new PSone release, Sno cross championship racing. Trying to figure out what the new PSP games are.

PSP:
Astroboy:The video game (29.99)
Harvest Moon: Boy and Girl(14.99)
Innocent life: A futuristic harvest moon (14.99)
Manhunt 2(29.99)
Midnight club LA (19.99)
Midnight club 3 (19.99)
Reel Fishing:Great outdoors(14.99)
SOCOM:US navy seals tactical strike (15.99)
Street Fighter alpha 3 max (19.99)
That's 9 games this week, not bad Sony.
 

Pyke Presco

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Actually, yeah, I'm ok with that update. There's nothing there that I want to buy, but nonetheless its not a bad amount of content for a week of releases, its more than released on 360 this week as far as I know (yeah, I know, its old content, but who cares. Its better than last week)
 

Tadale

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Not a bad PSP update! I don't know if there's anything I'll be purchasing, but at least there's a few decent PSP games.

Actually, I might get one of the harvest moon games if either are any good.
 

mozfan12

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I was actually thinking about getting a harvest moon for psp, does anyone know if its a decent port???
 

LCfiner

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An acceptable update. seriously considering SF Alpha and one of the midnight club games.

See, if something similar had come out last week, there would have been less gnashing of teeth. (not zero, but less :)

next week is sure to rock because of Half Minute Hero and GTA:CW.
 

borsdy

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Chocoboko said:
Alright update, but still not liking that they are charging full retail prices.
Seriously, we aren't dealing with the middleman anymore so why are they still making things full price?
 

Apeboy

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Weak.

Sony is now so big they have become inconsistent and apathetic even when launching a new platform.
 

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Ranger X said:
PSN really is a mess since a couple of months. Not only the connections and bugs are all over the place but the update are as irregular as ever.

Busting 6pm in the american store was happening like 3 times a year. Now it's 3 on 4 WEEKS.

Seriously Sony, get your fucking shit together. + upload TRINE god damnit.

.
Calm down, Trine has been confirmed over a week ago for Oct 22 ... and go play Uncharted so you can see how amazingly awesome Uncharted 2 is.

:D
 

Chocoboko

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So with this update can we call minis dead on arrival, at least for america? EU and Japan keep getting mini updates but America has had the same amount since launch. What is going on?
 

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Wow, so Europe gets the HVB Halloween ball pack for free and a discount on the RE5 versus mode and we don't? Gee thanks SCEA.
 

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U.S. PS store updates piss me off. They are never consistent with update times, its shit.
I wish they'd just throw shit on the store when it's ready, not wait for one day a week to dump it all at once. Then we wouldn't have all these complaints. Of course, I know some people prefer the once a week method, but I'll never understand why.
 

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Got the R&C price cut right :)

Updates

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topatoi: The Great Tree Story ($9.99)
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File size: 204 MB
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Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation ($5.99)
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Hot Shots Golf Costume Pack 4 ($2.99)
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High Velocity Bowling Doug Graves ($0.99)
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Red Faction: Guerrilla Smasher Pack ($4.99)
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File size: 204MB

Rock Band
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UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves – Cologne Gamescom Trailer
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Gran Turismo PSP TV Ad: Behind The Scenes
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White Knight Chronicles Quest Trailer
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LocoRoco – Midnight Carnival Trailer
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Madden NFL 10: Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the AFL
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Tekken 6 Motivation Trailer
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Azmodeus Dark Angels 5 ($1.49)
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Hells Heads ($1.49)
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Nebula Tunnels ($1.49)
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Shades Of Autumn ($1.49)
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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike ($15.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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File size: 874 MB

Manhunt 2 ($29.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
An experiment at a secret research facility has gone catastrophically wrong. Daniel Lamb and Leo Kasper are the only surviving subjects. The Pickman Project will stop at nothing to hunt them down and stop the truth from getting out.
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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max ($19.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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Astro Boy: The Video Game ($29.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl ($14.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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File size: 292 MB

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon ($14.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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ESRB Rated E
File size: 304 MB

Reel Fishing: The Great Outdoors ($14.99) (also available from PS3 storefront)
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ESRB Rated E
File size: 150 MB
Add-on Game Content

Rock Band Unplugged (also available from PS3 storefront)
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* “Jeremy”— Pearl Jam ($1.99)
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LocoRoco Midnight Carnival Trailer
File size: 12 MB

GT PSP Producer Interview 2
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White Knight Chronicles Quest Trailer
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Captain N

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Chocoboko said:
So with this update can we call minis dead on arrival, at least for america? EU and Japan keep getting mini updates but America has had the same amount since launch. What is going on?

ESRB is holding up a lot of the games that should've been there at launch and the last two weeks.

Vempire will be out next week.
 

RedBoot

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I wonder what happened to Darkstalkers? SFA3 came out this week, so it's not like Sony is ignoring Capcom's release schedule. I wonder if that game specifically got held up?
 

Blu_LED

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Captain N said:
ESRB is holding up a lot of the games that should've been there at launch and the last two weeks.

Vempire will be out next week.
Why is that? Just ESRB priority?
 

Tobor

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LCfiner said:
An acceptable update. seriously considering SF Alpha and one of the midnight club games.

See, if something similar had come out last week, there would have been less gnashing of teeth. (not zero, but less :)

next week is sure to rock because of Half Minute Hero and GTA:CW.
Yeah, next week is GTA week. :D

I might pick up a Harvest Moon game, but I should play the games I already have.
 

Captain N

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Chocoboko said:
That is good/bad to know. I'm excited about Vempire. That is the one game I really wanted to play.
Vempire is my favorite launch title..well it's still my favorite Minis title. Yummy Yummy didn't do anything for me.
 

KZObsessed

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DMeisterJ said:
I'm bored and there is no update so I will now rant for everyone's entertainment.

What is the problem with SCEA/SCEE? I don't get it. People are willing to throw money at you, yet you constantly update the store at erratic time-frames, even though this is something you've been doing for 3 years!! You know what would happen if someone had a job and constantly showed up late for 3 years? They wouldn't have a fucking job! And then it's not like there is much in the way of a meaty update. A few gems come here and there, but mostly it's pork. It's useless, and stuff that is unappealing. We have gotten good the past few weeks with Critter Crunch, and Uno, and Fat Princess earlier this year, but really, for the updates to be as sparse as they are some weeks, you would think that being on time would be something that is easily accessible.

And let's not get started on the PSP. You launch the PSPgo and follow it up with one of the wort PSP weeks to grace the store. That's not saying much since every PSP update aside from the one from the PSPgo week has faltered between relatively weak to downright terrible. And it's not like you even kept your end of the promise of 300+ UMD classics by launch. How about you only gave us like 100 and then followed it up with 2 NBA games. Way to dick over anyone who bought a PSPgo with the huge breadth of content we got last week! So much content! People were up to their ears in content for the PSPgo! Having to choose between 2 whole games! 2! And they are the same exact genre! WOW!!!! Thank you SCEA! Thank you so much for your consistently shitty updates.

I hope the PS Store crashes and never updates again.
Amen.

I can't wait til we get the Video Store in Europe. That'll be yet another weekly update of sweet fuck all we can look forward to. :lol

Seriously though I think the majority of the weekly updates this year have been complete shit. The great releases have been few and far between. There's been one great PS1 titles (FFVII) and that's it. Oh, Silent Hill as well, but that was removed a day later :lol Waiting months and months for PS1 titles that are available on the US store with no answer as to when we'll get them is bullshit.

And what is there to look forward to for the rest of the year? Pixeljunk Shooter? Anything else?

The retail release for PS3 have been amazing this year, the PSN store's been a joke.
 

Crisis

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Dr. Zoidberg said:
I wish they'd just throw shit on the store when it's ready, not wait for one day a week to dump it all at once. Then we wouldn't have all these complaints. Of course, I know some people prefer the once a week method, but I'll never understand why.
I've suggested this many times but somebody in these threads always shits all over me for it. :lol They clearly have issues when uploading a fair bit of content all at once. They can't really go wrong uploading content as they get it. It'd spread out traffic a lot better rather than have everybody slam the store all at once and it'd help get consistent traffic. They have that ticker and the What's New section. They really shouldn't be waiting until one day of the week to upload all this stuff. Imagine that - whoever's in charge would have to do their fucking job five days a week rather than epically fail one day a week.