Sony Computer Entertainment America has unveiled its 2007 holiday line-up, listing all of its previously-announced first and third-party software titles, including software for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and PSP, and its planned hardware bundles.
However, the company also highlighted the holiday season releases planned for the North American version of the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Network downloadable game service, a number of which have not been previously confirmed for a 2007 debut.
The list includes High Velocity Bowling
, a Wii Bowling
-esque simulator that utilizes the Sixaxis motion controls; PAIN
, the Havok-using ragdoll physics-based masochism title originally revealed
at Sony's Gamer's Day 2007, as well as Go Sports Skydiving
, and the Tower Defense
-style gameplay of Q Games' Pixel Junk Monsters
Alongside already-released games such as Everyday Shooter
, the IGF award-winning title by Jonathan Mak's Queasy Games, also listed are Mesmerize 1, Operation Creature Feature, Aquatopia
and Trials of Topoq
, all of which utilize the PlayStation Eye, as well as Game Republic's Toy Home
and Twisted Metal 2
in PlayStation 1 re-release form.
Finally, disco-themed action-puzzler Snakeball
will be released, a title recently revealed
to be compatible with the PS3 DualShock controller - though this optional rumble-using peripheral will not launch in the U.S. until early 2008.
There are also several expansion packs planned for existing PS3 retail and downloadable titles: two MotorStorm
expansions, Christmas Livery
and a second Premium expansion, as well as download packs for Resistance: Fall of Man, fl0w,