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Video Store update 12th December 2012

Hello PlayStation Blog readers, I hope you had all a great weekend. Below are the four new Video Store releases for this week.

The Expendables 2

The Expendables 2 – The Expendables are back and this time it’s personal! Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone), Lee Christmas (Jason Statham), Yin Yang (Jet Li), Gunner Jensen (Dolph Lundgren), Toll Road (Randy Couture) and Hale Caesar (Terry Crews) – with newcomers Billy the Kid (Liam Hemsworth) and Maggie (Yu Nan) aboard – are reunited when Mr. Church (Bruce Willis) enlists the gang to take on a seemingly simple job.

Available to buy in the UK from 12th December 2012, priced £14.99. Available in Australia from 28th December 2012.

Keith Lemon The Film

Keith Lemon: The Film – Ooosh, bang tidy! Get ready for the all-new, uncut, lewderer, cruderer and ruderer comedy of the year.

The ‘legendary’ businessman Keith Lemon makes his movie debut in a rags to riches story with a twist, as Leeds’ finest becomes an all-conquering mogul thanks to a coach-load of mobile phones.

Available to buy in the UK only from £11.99.

The Bourne Legacy

The Bourne Legacy – Agent Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) must use his genetically-enhanced skills to finish what Jason Bourne started in this action-packed hit that takes the Bourne series to explosive new levels.
Available to buy in Australia from 13th December 2012, priced AU$24.99. Available in the UK now from £11.99.

Jo Nesbo's Jackpot

Jo Nesbo’s Jackpot – Oscar Svendsen wakes up, terrified and bloodied, a shotgun in his hands, in a strip joint near Svinesund, Sweden. He is surrounded by eight bodies, and police detective Solør, who is convinced of his guilt, has a gun aimed at his chest. But is all as it seems?

Available to buy in Australia from 12th December 2012, priced AU$24.99

All titles are available from PlayStation Store in glorious 1080p HD!

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nice to see that some countries have nice things because they get higher esteem by sony.

Also, the shop on ps3 just totally broken.
Christmas Deals = mixed between Icoone – empty planes – French language instead of Dutch.
German word- ( pre order in german ) for devil may cry
and also 20 unwanted letters in our alphabet.

 

nice to see that some countries have nice things because they get higher esteem by sony.

Also, the shop on ps3 just totally broken.

Christmas Deals = lol total desaster
and also 20 unwanted letters in our alphabet.
preorder = german tekst

sorry 2 x post but Your comment is awaiting moderation= lol to :)

 

Looks nice, and i say looks nice as we don’t have Video Unlimited in Sweden yet, any news on that matter? earlier this year if i remember correct we were given the news that it will come Winter of 2012 :D
Not saying i need it today, i just want an update on the matter!
Cheers and i look forward to your awnser!

 
Carnivius_Prime 10 December, 2012 @ 5:12 pm   4

i had to sit through that keith lemon movie at a friend’s birthday and god it’s paaaainfully unfunny… and we were all giving each other embarrased looks like ‘what the heck is this crud?’ but didn’t say anything cos the movie was a present from one of her friends who was there too. Good thing she also got a Vita as a present which kept me occupied and had me tempted some more to buy my own sometime soon.

 
Handige_Harry 10 December, 2012 @ 7:42 pm   5

YES , o wait The Dutch still hasn’t the promised Video store…..
Just go on to ignore us.

 

why oh why no movies in the Netherlands?

 
Shadowdragoon 11 December, 2012 @ 8:39 am   7

So? when does it arive in Scandinavia?

i know im going off the topic here but does anyone now if were getting GTA San Andreas when the store updates ?

 
MASPALOMAZ 11 December, 2012 @ 9:47 am   9

@nordy49 for gta3 it came out in europe one day after US. i suppose with gta:SA its the same even tho it wasnt announced yet in euro store, guess we will see news on it within the next days, so maybe a week later than US this time.