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Sale! PlayStation Store gets Spring Fever


11:45 AM on 04.09.2013
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Sony has kicked off spring with their Spring Fever sale. This time around we're seeing indie games featured, which is nice. As an even nicer bonus, each title features Cross-Buy functionality, meaning that they'll work on both the PS3 and Vita for one price. PlayStation Plus members will get a 20 percent discount, too.

Here's what's going to be on sale:

  • April 9: Guacamelee! $14.99, or $11.99 for PS Plus members
  • April 16: Dragon Fantasy Book I: $9.99, or $7.99 for PS Plus members
  • April 23: Thomas Was Alone: $9.99, or $7.99 for PS Plus members
  • April 30: Zombie Tycoon 2: $9.99, or FREE for PS Plus members

Beyond these, franchise titles will also go on sale:

  • April 9: Borderlands
  • April 16: Grand Theft Auto
  • April 23: Resident Evil
  • April 30: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Heritage Sale

You'll want to check back every Tuesday to see what's going to be on sale.

 

 






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