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PSN winter sale soldiers on through the holidays

Dec 24 // Kyle MacGregor    @DtoidKyle

Holiday Essentials: Week 2 Update

Sony kicked off three weeks of holiday sales last week. Games like Catherine, I Am Alive, and Resident Evil 4 HD saw discounts on the PlayStation Network. If you'd like to pick up those titles a cut rate, well, tough luck I suppose. The PlayStation Store has already been updated for the week and a whole new set of deals has replaced last week's offerings. Highlights include Journey, Killzone 3 multiplayer, and the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection for PS Vita. 

As was the case last week, the PlayStation Plus elite will receive 50% off select titles, whereas the rest of you plebeians will have to make do with a trifling 30% discount. There's a full listing of this week's games below. If you see something that catches your eye, remember to seize the opportunity. Seven days from now these reduced prices will disappear and Sony will roll out a whole new assortment to get you to reach for your wallet once more.

Holiday Essentials: Week 2 of Awesome Deals on Essential Games [PlayStation Blog]


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