February 11, 2009 // 10:58 am
- We have spring-like weather here already today, and in tune with that comes PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen
with the following PSN Update via PS Blog:
Even though the Punxsutawney Groundhog predicted
six more weeks of winter, PlayStation Network has already caught Spring Fever.
To help spread our excitement, we're launching "PSN Spring Fever" on PlayStation Store to celebrate the exceptional PlayStation Network games and exclusive content on tap to launch in the next few months. And unlike the "official" Groundhog prediction, Spring for us starts tomorrow with the launch of Flower from thatgamecompany
In addition to current PSN exclusive hits like PixelJunk Eden, PAIN and flOw, you can look forward to several other highly anticipated games such as Flower, Noby Noby Boy, Burn Zombie Burn and The Punisher: No Mercy to name a few.
And with these exclusive blockbusters launching on a weekly basis, we'll offer the best downloadable games lineup around. A few of the titles include:
â€¢ Noby Noby Boy
â€¢ No Gravity
â€¢ Wheel of Fortune
â€¢ Burn Zombie Burn
â€¢ Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic
â€¢ The Punisher: No Mercy
â€¢ In addition to these titles, PlayStation Network will also be launching Bomberman Ultra, Celfactor Ignition, Flock, Texas Cheat-em, Diner Dash, Comet Crash, Hammer Fall, Underfire, Watchmen, Worms, Zen Pimball and many more during this timeframe.
â€¢ Plus the existing blockbuster, exclusive titles already on PlayStation Network such as Crash Commando, Savage Moon, Echochrome, Pixel Junk Eden, PAIN, Ratchet and Clank: Quest for Booty and more!
PlayStation Store is launching a dedicated "PSN Spring Fever" section featuring games, trailers, and themes available for download with the launch of Flower.
And the PlayStation Blog will have weekly posts of developer diaries to show a behind-the-scenes look at some of these great titles.
Check out the dedicated "PSN Spring Fever" section on the PlayStation Store or catch additional PlayStation updates in an upcoming bi-weekly edition of PULSE.