Big titles Zuma, LittleBigPlanet, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood and Battlefield 1943 are all with the delightful selection of downloads on PlayStation Network this week - take a look at what's in store.
In the temple of Zuma
Discover the ancient secrets of Zuma on PlayStation Network. Experience the game that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish, as you choose from Adventure mode to explore a series of temples, or Gauntlet mode to challenge your skills. With dazzling colours and levels in full High Definition, Zuma will excite and mystify you.
The Call of...
In the old West, there's a fine line between right and wrong. The lawless, ruthless bend on both sides. Some become good and some become... something else. Discover the blood and fury of the McCall brothers in a storyline full of greed, lust and lawlessness, thanks to the announcement and story trailers for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood.
Launch into the Battlefield
Looking forward to multiplayer war game, Battlefield 1943? Then you'll enjoy the wallpapers and Themes available to download for your PlayStation 3 system. Give it the look you want in anticipation for the game which will have you fighting in the action-packed battles of the World War II Pacific campaign.
Enter planet Burgerman
Liven up your creations in LittleBigPlanet with a cool collection of original sticker designs from UK artist Jon Burgerman. Fancy a hand drawn batch of stickers to freshen up your LBP world? This is the perfect download for you.
More bowling balls for your buck
Two new packs are now hitting the lane for High Velocity Bowling for you to test your skills. The Tiki Polynesian Ball Pack takes its inspiration from the cool, laid back attitude of the stunning Pacific islands. The pack contains a selection of balls, including two special see-through showcase balls, displaying items from the islands.
The '60s Surf Ball Pack is inspired by the legacy and style of the 1960s. Included in the pack are two showcase balls containing classic items from the decade – 3D glasses and a 7-inch record.