The lights are on
Echoshift, the recent PSN downloadable puzzle game for PSP, is getting seven new levels, but they're only available free-of-charge for a short time. Sony announced today that Echoshift's seven new levels are available right away on the PlayStation Store, but the offer will only last until April 1st. Gamers new to the title will be able to download the full game and all the new add-on levels for the original $14.99 price tag. Players who have already purchased the game need only log on to the PlayStation Store and navigate to the Echoshift page, where the "echoshift Add-on Levels" should be easy to find. Echoshift is the spiritual successor to Echochrome, a well-received PS3/PSP downloadable title that released in 2008.The announcement comes via a post at the PlayStation Blog. What's your take on free content post-release? Is it ever enough to get you to try a game you might otherwise have overlooked?
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lol What is this?
I'm still not interested enough in it. I'm gonna be shelling a spare $15 out towards Braid first.
Free!!!!Somebody please tell Microsoft about this.
Definitely. I'm really considering Age of Booty because, right now it's only five dollars and it has about 11 free map packs. Does anyone know if its any good?
I might have to try this! i've been looking for a good puzzle game
There's a lot of other downloadable games I have to check out first, although free content like this is always great. Since I don't touch my PSP, I probably won't get it.