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Save on PSN games like DuckTales with the PLAY promo

11:00 AM on 07.15.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

PlayStation Store PLAY

This summer's PlayStation Store PLAY promotion includes four games: Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark on July 23, Cloudberry Kingdom on July 30, ibb & obb on August 6, and DuckTales: Remastered on August 13. As of tomorrow, you'll be able to pre-order any of these titles for an exclusive PlayStation 3 theme and if you're a PS Plus member, you will also save 20 percent.

The real deal here is that, by purchasing two of the games, you'll get $3 back. Three titles, $6. And if you get them all, expect $10 in store credit to come your way. Stealth Inc (otherwise known as Stealth Bastard) is the only Cross-Buy title of the group at this time as Cloudberry Kingdom's PS Vita version is still cooking. An okay line-up overall, but it could have been better with notable titles like Spelunky and DiveKick on the near horizon.

PlayStation Store PLAY: 4 New Games for Summer [PlayStation Blog]


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