Gold Member Deal of the Week (Monday) - Plants vs. Zombies (800 pts)
Retail (Tuesday) - Mindjack
Games on Demand (Tuesday) - Dante's Inferno - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Transformers: The Game
Rock Band DLC (Tuesday; * has optional Pro Guitar for an extra $1) - Stone Sour – Made of Scars - Stone Sour – Say You’ll Haunt Me * - Stone Sour – Through Glass
DJ Hero DLC (Tuesday) - "For An Angel" by Paul Van Dyk vs. "9PM Till I Come" by ATB - "Not Over" by Paul Oakenfold ft. Ryan Tedder - "Punk" by Ferry Corsten vs. "Imagine" Armin Van Buuren
Rock Band Network DLC (Tuesday) - Affiance – Call to the Warrior (160 MSP) - Amberian Dawn – Lullaby (160 MSP) - Amberian Dawn – Morning Star (160 MSP) - Amberian Dawn – Sunrise (160 MSP) - Attack Attack! – Sexual Man Chocolate (160 MSP) - August Burns Red – Marianas Trench (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP) - August Burns Red – Marianas Trench (160 MSP) - Blackberry River Band – Brand New Toy (80 MSP) - Children of Nova – The Fall of Aphonia (160 MSP) - Children of Nova – We Collide (160 MSP) - Crush Luther – We Are Kings (80 MSP) - DoubleShot – Livin’ Right (80 MSP) - Evile – Hundred Wrathful Deities (160 MSP) - First Blood – Enemy (160 MSP) - Freen in Green – Nocturnal Wasteland (2x Bass Pedal) (80 MSP) - Graveyard BBQ – Creamskull Boogie (160 MSP) - Grieve for Tomorrow – Beauty is Deceiving (80 MSP) - Judy Buendía y Los Impostores – Rompecabezas (80 MSP) - Kataklysm – At the Edge of the World (160 MSP) - Mayday Parade – Jamie All Over (160 MSP) - Monte Casino – All I Need (80 MSP) - Nachtmystium – Nightfall (160 MSP) - Octavio Suñé – Caíamos (80 MSP) - Of Mice & Men – Those in Glass Houses (160 MSP) - Orange Avenue – Just Refrain (160 MSP) - The Riptides – Call Me (80 MSP) - Silent Descent – Beyond Grey (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP) - Turrigenous – A Slight Amplification (80 MSP) - Victory in Numbers – The King is Dead (160 MSP) - We Are The Illusion – The Podium (80 MSP) - Ween – It’s Gonna Be A Long Night (160 MSP)
EA's 50%-Off Sale (Tuesday) - Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening - Dragon Age: Origins - The Golems of Amgarrak - Dragon Age: Origins - The Darkspawn Chronicles - Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt - Dragon Age: Origins - Leliana's Song - Medal of Honor - Hot Zone Pack - Battlefield 1943 - DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue - DeathSpank - RISK: Factions - Madden NFL Arcade - Hasbro Family Game Night: Battleship - Hasbro Family Game Night: Scrabble - Hasbro Family Game Night: Boggle - NHL 3 on 3 Arcade - MicroBot - Madden NFL 11 Max Pack - NCAA Football 11 - NCAA Power Pack - Tiger 11 - Favorites Course Pack - FIFA 11 - Live Season All Leagues - Fight Night Round 4 - Champions Pack II - NHL 11 - 20th Anniversary Bauer Boost Pack
I like that 3DS icon in the Video Games folder. The red 3 is a nice bit of colour. I never realized how grey all the logos were.
Demo (Thursday) - DanceMasters (requires Kinect)
DanceMasters DLC (Thursday) - two costumes; one is free, one is 160 pts
Rock Band Network DLC (Thursday) - After the Burial – Cursing Akhenaten (160 MSP) - Arkaea – Years in the Darkness (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP) - Chelsea Grin – Cheyne Stokes (160 MSP) - Children of Nova – Second Sight Blackout (160 MSP) - Chiodos – Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot With a Monkey Face) (160 MSP) - Decrepit Birth – The Resonance (160 MSP) - Fiction Reform – Whites in Their Eyes (160 MSP) - Fracture – Dominate and Overload (160 MSP) - Haste The Day – Dog Like Vultures (160 MSP) - Horporate – Shorty On The Floor (80 MSP) - Impaled – The Last Gasp (160 MSP) - Mystakin – Autumns of Optimism (80 MSP) - Raven Quinn – Decadence (160 MSP) - Ride Your Bike – Coat Rack (80 MSP) - Six-Stringed Flamberge – Abrogator (80 MSP) - Vampires Everywhere! – Undead Heart (160 MSP)
They're launching RBN 2.0 on February 15, which will allow Rock Band Network songs to add support for keyboards and pro drums. RBN songs that aren't released by February 14 will need to be reauthored for RBN 2.0, so I expect there to be a lot of songs coming out in the next few weeks. Also, after that date, new RBN songs will only be compatible with Rock Band 3.
The PSP always seemed like a pretty solid system, especially as a portable media center. Music and movies on a pretty good-sized screen, and there are some pretty solid games out for it (and more coming, like the portable God of War).