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Second chance: One-week PSN sale on Odin Sphere


11:00 PM on 10.17.2012
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Vanillaware's Odin Sphere is priced to sell right now on PlayStation Network. You can pick up a digital copy of the PlayStation 2 action-RPG for five bucks this week. Half price sounds pretty good, but more than that, the sale serves as a good reminder that this game exists.

Plenty of us didn't play the first time around, so here's another opportunity for North American gamers. You hear that, Dust fans? Although it's been a few years, time has been kind to Odin Sphere -- that art style still holds up well, especially for a last-gen release. Then again, this is Vanillaware we're talking about here. Of course it does!






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