MotorStorm screenshot
MotorStorm screenshot

SCEE has today confirmed that its five disc-based launch titles will carry a recommended retail price of £39.99. This includes MotorStorm, Resistance: Fall of Man, Genji: Days of the Blade, Ridge Racer 7 and formula One Championship Edition.

Pricing for titles available to download from the PlayStation Network, such as BlastFactor, flow, Super Rub a Dub and Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection will be priced between €2.99 to €9.99 for an introductory period.

Pricing for first-party premium content will be based on a sliding scale, beginning at €0.99 and increasing depending on the scope of the product. As examples, a new SingStar track wouldn't set you back too much cash, while a pack for MotorStorm which offers a new track, more vehicles and new multiplayer modes would cost a lot more.

"Not only will it be completely free to register on the PlayStation Network with no subscription fees and access to many free demos, but with these competitive prices for additional content we are able to offer the consumer both top quality games on Blu-ray discs and a whole range of downloadable content from the PlayStation Network. With over 30 first and third party disc and network games available at launch, we are confident that this will be one of the most successful launches of all time," commented David Reeves, President and CEO of SCEE.

The PlayStation 3 will launch across Europe on March 23.

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Great i've been wanting the F1 Game
Posted 15:42 on 26 February 2007
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Jack SPargo

The online thing isnt free, but there's no price on free. Beats the hell outta paying for playing on live.

And 40 quid isnt bad for a game beats 50 quid MRRP.
Posted 13:52 on 26 February 2007

Game Stats

Release Date: 23/03/2007
Developer: Game Republic
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Genre: Action
No. Players: One
Rating: PEGI 16+
Site Rank: 10,909 44
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