Some high profile PlayStation Network games have been priced and dated. Payday: The Heist, Sideway: New York, and Rochard have all been given their marching orders. All of these games will be released later this Fall. Two of these games have co-op, and one of them was one of my favorites form E3.
Rochard is a single player game that focuses on physics based puzzles. It will be out on the PSN September 27th for $9.99. I snuck in some time with it at E3, and it's a fun, quirky little platformer.
Payday: The Heist was one of my co-op highlights from E3. You and three buddies can get together online and attempt bank jobs, highjackings, and other big time crimes. We have new screenshots and a video of a diamond heist at the bottom of the page. Payday: The Heist will be available for both the PSN and the PC on October 4th. As I've mentioned before, it will cost you a whopping $19.99. The part I played was good, but I'm going to have to see the whole game in action before I can determine if it's twenty dollars good.
Sideway: New York is a local co-op game that mixes 3D and 2D platforming. You and a friend are trapped in a surreal graffiti world where you will battle enemies, rescue friends and attempt to get back home. Sideway: New York will release on the PSN on October 4th and cost $9.99.
It appears the PlayStation Network will be going strong this Fall. Here's the Gamescom 2011 trailer form Payday: The Heist.