The Sony-sponsored ThreeSpeech blog has revealed Sony's datings for three new PlayStation Network releases.
Calling all Cars will land on 18th May, according to the blog, with Nucleus on 25th May and Super Stardust HD on June 15th. Sony haven't said anything on the rumours, and it is worth noting that these could well be US dates - rather than PAL region plans.
Calling all Cars was formerly known as Crackdown and will see players racing around a cartoon city, sort of like GTA, accept playing the role of the cops as they try to halt robbers and other naughty types. Nucleus on the other hand, will see you racing around the body in some kind of micro-craft, shooting bad cells and the like.
Last up is Super Stardust HD which is all about asteroid blasting as you clear space of debris with a variety of crafts and weaponry.
All these titles are original creations for the PSN, and look like they could be a cut above the retrograde re-releases of other platforms' download services. What remains to be revealed is the pricing.
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