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PlayStation Network PLAY action game line-up announced


12:30 PM on 08.05.2011
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Today Sony announces PlayStation Network PLAY, a new promo line-up for four summer action titles. Summer, huh? That makes me think of another summertime promotion from another company. Anyway, the games within PSN PLAY are:

  • Street Fighter III Third Strike Online Edition (August 23)
  • The Baconing (August 30)
  • Bloodrayne: Betrayal (September 6)
  • Renegade Ops (September 13)

All four games will be priced at $14.99 each.

As a bonus gift, those that purchase all four PLAY titles in the PlayStation Store will receive a voucher code for Sony Online Entertainment's PAYDAY: The Heist. Totally free.

With each pre-order from the PLAY program made, you will receive a PS3 theme. PLAY also offers gamers a separate gift with each purchase, and we hear that it's DLC for each game. If you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber you will receive an automatic 20% off every PLAY title.

Pre-orders for PSN PLAY start August 9.






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