PlayStation Network new releases until early November 2007 include 6 PS3 games like Feel Ski, Aqua Vita, Toy Home and 6 PSone titles

9 October 2007
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Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction on PS3Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) announced their upcoming PlayStation Network downloadable PS3 releases today. These are always a good indicator for Sony’s worldwide weekly Thursday releases, so have a look at the list that includes six full PS3 games, six classic PSone games, camera PlayStation Eye software, three game packs, but let’s start with a demo…

October 18th:
Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction demo (was originally a week earlier)
Feel Ski — Feel Ski brings the life-like experience of skiing on the Alps to the PS3 with the complete motion sensitivity of the SIXAXIS. Personalize your character and take part of adrenaline pumping ski races or time challenges. Use the SIXAXIS controls to speed up, jump and change direction. It’s simple to learn, but hard to master! Strap on the skis and feel one with the mountain.

Pixel Junk Racers on PlayStation NetworkPixel Junk Racers — In Pixel Junk Racers super fast racing has become an art form. Speed your slot car-racer through 30 different races that demand the extreme from your nerves and reflexes. Speed may be important, but your instinct is an important factor as well. Control both aspects to race to victory.

A Blast Factor Advanced Research game pack and Kidnapped Folk game pack.

October 25th:
EyeCreate — EyeCreate editing software (also bundled free with PlayStation Eye) allows you to save photos, video and audio clips to your PS3 hard disk drive and apply eye-catching visual effects to your images. Different capture modes like time-lapse and slow motion open up a world of possibilities to be explored further in EyeCreate’s editing suite, where you can turn your media into professional looking movies. EyeCreate only works with the PlayStation Eye-camera.

The Trials of Topoq on PlayStation NetworkThe Trials of Topoq — You’ll need fast reflexes to manoeuvre the rolling balls off the deceptive towers in the city of Topoq. Each movement you make changes the towers and rolls your ball in a new direction. Will you manage to use your body to guide your ball to the end of all 30 paths? If you’re not careful they’ll fall over the edge into the depths below. The Trials of Topoq is available from the PlayStation Store and only playable with the PlayStation Eye-camera.

Operation: Creature Feature — You might not find the Blurbs attractive, but they definitely feel attracted to you. These tiny three dimensional creators follow all the movements you make in front of the PlayStation Eye. It’s up to you to use that to bring them to safety throughout 5 themed levels, in which they’ll have to deal with dangers like walking tired, sharp points, ice beams, and lava. Each level is made up of diverse environments, so it’s best to keep on moving…

Aqua Vita Aqua Vita on PlayStation Network— Turn your TV into an interactive aquarium with this PlayStation 3 title. Using the PlayStation Eye-camera, you can interact with your sea creatures, or simply leave them to swim and live their lives in this unique underwater world.

The Tekken 5: Dark resurrection game pack download adds worldwide online play and online leader boards to the game.

November 8th:
Aqua Vita on PlayStation NetworkToy Home — Toy Home gives a new meaning to the word ‘domino’. You control a toy car and race between the toys in a bedroom. Find your way across a kitchen table, avoid toy soldiers and speed by a model railroad track, in moonlit bedrooms. The goal is to collect coins, find hidden medals, and reach every checkpoint before your time’s up. Every jump, collision, and somersault gets you bonus points, so experiment away! You can play single player or face off against someone else. You can even have multiplayer races online.

Aside from downloadable PS3 games, Sony also promises six classic PSone games for play on your PSP/PS3 in October 2007:
Crash Bandicoot 2, Crash Bandicoot 3, Everybody’s Golf 2, Crash Team Racing, Bust-A-Groove, Syphon Filter 3, Cool Boarders, Spyro 2, and Spyro Year of the Dragon.


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