Crash Commando and The Last Guy Updates Incoming


Two of the PS3’s finest PSN games are about to get even better, with Sony today outlining update and DLC plans for Crash Commando and The Last Guy over on the PlayStation blog.

A game update for the side-scrolling shoot-’em-up Crash Commando has arrived as of today, and with it comes a whole host of balancing tweaks, gameplay and interface enhancements and new features like custom soundtrack support and Home game launching. For those who have yet to play Crash Commando — I guess my glowing review wasn’t convincing enough for you — Sony will also finally get around to providing a short playable demo with tomorrow’s PS Store update. New gameplay modes are also in the works for release as DLC in the “near future,” but specifics have not been announced yet.

As for The Last Guy, a free Trophy patch is set to be released tomorrow. The patch will add 15 non-retro-active Trophies to the game and hours of additional replay value for completionists. Also like Crash Commando, The Last Guy will soon expand through DLC. An add-on pack containing three new bonus stages and an additional eight Trophies is scheduled for release sometime next month. Pricing has not been confirmed.

Hit up the links below to head over to the PlayStation blog for all the details on both updates. And treat yourself to both games if you haven’t already, you can’t go wrong with either one.

The Last Guy Getting Trophies Tomorrow, Add-On Coming Next Month [PlayStation.Blog]
Crash Commando Patched and Demoed, DLC inbound [PlayStation.Blog]

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