So sorry for the delay in my responses, guys. I have been meaning to comment on some of the stuff I have tried bu been unable too.
First of all, I noticed I could easily register a British (and an Irish and Japanese) account provided a valid email address, and noticed all the fine games available on the European PS+ subscription. It seems I can only add funds via PS Wallet cards tho (tried via Paypal, but it seems it knows its not tied to an European account and farts during the transaction). Does anyone know of a good place to get them (preferably with the redeem code emailed)? Apparently the subscription is cheaper on pounds rather than euros, so I would prefer a site that sells british cards if possible.
That said, gamesssssss:
Little Big Planet Karting
I was quite surprised how much I have enjoyed this game, far more than many of the modern Mario Kart games. Really loving that I can build tracks. Fucking sweet.
I thought this wouldnt be compelling to my tastes. Tried the demo and greatly enjoyed it. Purchasing it during my next paycheck.
Shadows of the Damned
Been progressing further. Getting really fucking annoyed by those instadeath chases with Paula. Missing mouse move there surely.
Bought the full game. Erm, like the idea, but I would like to actually know someone who plays it.
Papo & Yo
Tried the demo. Visuals (including the whole legged house and house dragging thing) are amazing. Will surely get the full game too.
Had a 1 hour trial available and played it. Like the puzzling, hoping the plot gets better.
Scott Pilgrim / Bloodrayne
Unrelated games, but hell, Scott Pilgrim is boringly sloooow. Whereas Bloodrayne is much more fun.
Getting more intrgued as time passes. Seems to me the sort of game wish it were on PC instead. I hope it gets cheaper.
I really wish they would just cut the plot bs and just get on with the reaaaly fun shooting and shit. Loved owning a tank and a mecha at the same time. This game is pretty much an arcade sooter with cover. WHich is fantstic
Noticed most of those Capcom fighting re-releases use it. Quite nice.