PSN on UMD for PSP in PAL

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I know, the title is a ridiculous amount of 3-letter acronyms but I just couldn’t help myself. But if you haven’t managed to decipher what it all means, here’s the scoop.

PLAYSTATION Network Collection Packs allow PSP owners the opportunity to purchase previously download-only titles on UMD. Packs are themed and combine a winning formula of quality titles – giving you three great games to choose from, all on one disc and all at a fantastic price. There’s a whole series to collect, and whether you’re into puzzles, shoot’em up games or adventure titles, you’ll definitely find a pack that will suit you.

Puzzle Pack combines PLAYSTATION Network’s best brain-busting challenges in a fantastic on-the-go package, perfect for those travelling or commuting to and from work. Use your strategic skills to save cute furry creatures in the classic Lemmings™, crack your way through classic puzzles in Go! Puzzle, and get addicted to Go! Sudoku.

If you prefer thrills and spills to puzzle-solving, you’ll love the second addition to PLAYSTATION Network Collection Packs, Power Pack. Indulge yourself in a three-part escapade of underwater exploration in flOw, combat action with Syphon Filter: Combat Ops and musical creation with Beats.

Here’s the first PLAYSTATION®Network Collection Packs line-up:

PLAYSTATION Network Collection Packs Games Release date
Puzzle Pack Lemmings, Go! Sudoku, Go! Puzzle Mid Oct 2008
Power Pack flOw, Beats, Syphon Filter: Combat Ops Late Oct 2008

The Puzzle Pack and Power Pack are set to hit stores in October 2008, with more Collection Packs to be released throughout 2009. PLAYSTATION Network Collection Packs are exclusive to PSP.

Now you don’t need to worry about getting your PSP online, you can just buy those older games on UMD.

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