PlayStation Store Update: PixelJunk Eden, Soul Calibur 4 and Rock Band DLC, Three Demos

Q-Games' PixelJunk Eden arrives today on the PlayStation 3's digital storefront, along with new downloadable content for Rock Band and Soul Calibur IV.

Described as an "organic platformer," PixelJunk Eden tasks players swinging between alien plants to collect pollen and grow new life, and features distinct visual and music styles. The game is available at a $9.99 price point.

The first downloadable content packs for Namco Bandai's Soul Calibur IV have arrived on the PlayStation Store. The offerings include a new equipment pack for the game's customization mode priced at $1.49, and a music pack featuring tracks from the original Soul Calibur (DC) priced at $.99 per track, or $14.99 for the full set.

The full breadth of this week's update is viewable below.

From the PlayStation.Blog:

Downloadable Games

PixelJunk Eden ($9.99)
PixelJunk Eden is an organic platformer that sees you take control of a little 'grimp', swinging and jumping between tall alien plants, and collecting pollen to grow more life. Lush visuals, slick controls and amazing music make it an incredibly atmospheric and addictive experience. Download the full game today and prepare to enter Eden!
ESRB Rated E
File size: 106 MB

Add-on Game Content

Soul Calibur IV: Customization Equipment 1 ($1.49)
Revival is the word with equipment delivered directly from the previous Soulcalibur series. As a sneak preview, the armour of Sophitia, the head gears of Astaroth, Nightmare and Voldo are available to name some. Did we mention that the head gears of Yoshimitsu is also available as well?
File size: 3.09 MB

Rock Band
Build your Rock Band library by purchasing these song game tracks. For song credits, visit

  • "Yomp" - thenewno2 ($0.99)
  • "This is It" - Staind ($1.99)
  • "They Say" - Scars on Broadway ($1.99)
  • "Electric Crown" - Testament ($1.99)

File sizes: 21.3 MB - 42.7 MB

Game Demos (free)

LEGO Indiana Jones The Original Adventures Demo
LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures takes the fun and creative construction of LEGO and combines it with the wits, daring and non-stop action from the original cinematic adventures that enthralled audiences everywhere.
ESRB Rated E10+
File size: 762 MB

Madden NFL 09 Demo
Madden NFL 09 is the first ever sports game that adapts to you! Continuing 20 Years of Innovation, Madden NFL 09 unleashes over 85 new features and enhancements, including the all-new Virtual Training Center, EA Sports BackTrack and the Adaptive Difficulty Engine, which tailors the experience to your individual playing style and football IQ.
ESRB Rated E
File size: 1230 MB

FaceBreaker Demo
The renaissance of the arcade boxing genre is upon us. Created by the same team that developed the award-winning Fight Night Round 3, FaceBreaker offers irreverent fun, immersive gameplay, and eye-popping stylized graphics. In this in-your-face, arcade world full of ego-wielding characters, each boxer comes to life with unique attributes and distinct personal style. Add a little personal motivation to your fight by uploading a photo of your face to create a realistic likeness using Photo Game Face, and go toe-to-toe with a real-life friend or foe.
ESRB Rated Teen
File size: 952 MB

Game Music

Soul Calibur IV: Downloadable Music (x17 individual tracks @ $0.99 each, full set @ $14.99)
The ultimate music pack with all the stage music from the original SOULCALIBUR (1999). This set contains all the separate music files available by purchasing Music Set 1-17. Go to the OPTION menu and select STAGE MUSIC SETTINGS to play the music once purchased. Refunds cannot be offered for any individual music set already purchased prior to the ultimate music pack download.
File sizes: 5.58 MB - 8.97 MB (tracks), 75.1 MB (full set)

Hope you enjoy!

From The Chatty
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    July 31, 2008 4:06 PM

    DLC as soon as a game is released is just wrong. I'm voting with my wallet on this one, I was going to buy SC4 but now I am not going to. With this example I can only see much more stupid tax in the future, I'm getting real tired of the constant barrage of bad DLC. There are some good examples such as Rock Band, and actual Games but this is enough for me.

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      July 31, 2008 4:10 PM

      Um, okay.

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      July 31, 2008 4:23 PM

      I'd have to agreee it seems a little cheesy this close to launch.

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        July 31, 2008 4:33 PM


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        July 31, 2008 4:36 PM


        Though with so much content stuffed into SC IV, it doesn't seem like that big of an issue. It's like a drop of extra content in the sea of customization you already get with the game.

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        July 31, 2008 6:31 PM

        Just wait two weeks later and Yoda will be out for PS3 and Vader for 360.

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      July 31, 2008 5:34 PM

      Yeah, I'm like "whatever" on the music, but the equipment pack...That is in the game already, yes? Otherwise people who didn't buy it couldn't see it on your character, right? So why tweezer people for an extra buck-fiddy? Just make it unlockable, or <gasp> already part of the customization options.
      I mean, the parts might be OMG AWESOME, for all I know, but another purchase for people who JUST bought your game?
      Disclaimer. I have neither the game, nor the console to play it on. Feh! No, wait...Fie upon thee, good sirrah!

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        August 1, 2008 6:44 AM

        The DLC parts are not in the game, it seems. There's a 3.5mb download when you buy it. My guess is that people who don't have the pack will see generic parts in place of them when you play online.

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