PlayStation Store Update: Killzone 3, L.A. Noire DLC

Sony's virtual marketplace adds new maps for Guerrilla's shooter, fresh case for Rockstar's sleuther; Alien Zombie Mega Death now available as full-game download; Virtua Tennis 4 demo also out.

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No Caption Provided Sony rings in the official start to summer with a host of new games and content ranging from a new arson case for L.A. Noire to a fresh undead game.

Leading the charge this week is Killzone 3's From the Ashes ($5) content. The map pack brings four new maps to the Killzone 3 multiplayer universe. Additionally, players who missed out on the game's two previous map packs--Steel Rain and Retro--can get everything they missed and the new maps at a discounted rate in the $10 DLC Bundle pack.

Killzone 3's multiplayer universe grows today with new maps.
Killzone 3's multiplayer universe grows today with new maps.

Also out now on the PlayStation Network is a new case for Rockstar's period detective game L.A. Noire. The Nicholson Electroplating Disaster DLC ($4) is now available to download from the marketplace. It tasks players with solving the mysterious case of an explosion in downtown Los Angeles.

Gamers looking to bring the battle to alien zombies can pick up Alien Zombie Mega Death ($8) today from the PlayStation Network. Developed by PomPom, the game--which boasts 70 levels--tasks players with laying waste to hordes of extraterrestrial undead creatures while dodging their attacks to stay alive.

Walking through the rubble of a burned-down building in L.A. Noire's new DLC.
Walking through the rubble of a burned-down building in L.A. Noire's new DLC.

The 2011 Wimbledon Championships in England kicked off this week. Players hoping to bask in the tennis spirit can pick up a virtual racket and try out a 3D and PlayStation Move-enabled demo for Sega's Virtua Tennis 4.

Living-room rockers can pick up new tunes today to add to their Rock Band libraries from alt-rockers Puddle of Mudd and pop rock group Maroon 5. Three tunes from each band are available for $2 each or bundled together for $5.49.

A full list of the week's deals and new PlayStation Store content, including themes, wallpapers, demos, discounts, and add-on content, is available on the PlayStation Blog.

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