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D3Publisher has some digital-only PSP discounts for you


7:30 PM on 02.04.2010
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What are you supposed to call downloadable games on the PlayStation Store that are for use on your PSP, but not your PlayStation 3? "PSN for PSP"? Bleh. I don't like it. At any rate, you hopefully know what I'm talking about. Don't blame me for the weird branding issues!

D3Publisher informed us that a number of its PSP games have been discounted in price -- the digital versions, not the UMD copies. Here's the full lot of them:

  • WTF: Work Time Fun ($7.99)
  • Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords ($9.99)
  • Dead Head Fred ($9.99)
  • Ben Ten: Protector of Earth ($12.99)
  • PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient ($4.99)
  • PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2 ($9.99)
  • Cube ($4.99)

I'm tempted to get Work Time Fun purely based on how unbelievably odd it is. Also, I hate myself.






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