New PS3 games announced today (Retail and Online Store)

Seth Gecko

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PS3

Key Titles

Available Through Retail Channels

F.E.A.R.™
Vivendi Universal Games

Spider-Man 3
Activision

Ninja Gaiden® Sigma
Tecmo

MLB 07 The Show™
Sony Computer Entertainment America

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Disney Interactive Studios

The Darkness®
2K Games

The Bigs
2K Sports

TRANSFORMERS: The Game
Activision


Available Through the PLAYSTATION Store

Calling All Cars™
Sony Computer Entertainment America

Championship Sprint™
Sony Online Entertainment

Gauntlet II™
Sony Online Entertainment

Joust®
Sony Online Entertainment

Mortal Kombat II®
Sony Online Entertainment

Rampage™ World Tour
Sony Online Entertainment

Super Puzzle Fighter™ II HD Remix
Capcom

Rampart®
Sony Online Entertainment

Apologies if this has been posted already.
 
Is this for the Euro store if so then i'm happy about MK II, calling all cars and super puzzle fighter.
 
Is this for the Euro store if so then i'm happy about MK II, calling all cars and super puzzle fighter.

I don't think it is for any specific region but chances are most if not all those games will appear on the US store first. MK II is already available on the US store with no sign of it or release date for the UK. Obviously if you have a US account with a registered credit card that works there is nothing stopping you from getting them from the US store.
 
PS3

Key Titles

Available Through Retail Channels



Ninja Gaiden® Sigma
Tecmo



Apologies if this has been posted already.


TBH I havent checked specifically but Eurogamer slates a summer release??
 
Yes, these are not games that are released now, but for Q2 '07
 
TBH I havent checked specifically but Eurogamer slates a summer release??
Indeed - the announcement was made "today" by Sony, rather than everything hitting the shelves, virtual or otherwise :)

Championship Sprint is the one for me - I bought an Atari ST for Super Sprint and this is so simple they can't really screw it up!
 
Indeed - the announcement was made "today" by Sony, rather than everything hitting the shelves, virtual or otherwise :)

My bad, I misunderstood your post.

Matt
 

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