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Some of the best PSN indies are on sale this week


7:00 PM on 08.26.2013
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Shoot. PAX Prime is almost here! I'm thrilled but so not prepared for the trip. Before you depart for Seattle, you'll want to check in on PlayStation Network once tomorrow's store update goes live. In addition to the wonderful adventure game Machinarium going free for PS Plus members on PlayStation Vita, there are a number of independent titles getting discounted:

  • Penny-Arcade Adventures On the Rainslick Precipice of Darkness Ep 1 & 2 ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)
  • Closure ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)
  • Retro City Rampage (Cross-Buy -- $4.99 / $3.74 with Plus)
  • Dragon Fantasy Book I (Cross-Buy -- $4.99 / $2.50 with Plus)
  • Limbo (Cross-Buy -- $7.49 / $5.99 with Plus)
  • Tokyo Jungle ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)
  • Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge (Cross-Buy -- $4.99 / $2.50 with Plus)
  • Journey ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)
  • Skullgirls ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)
  • Retro/Grade ($4.99 / $2.50 with Plus)
  • Dyad ($7.49 / $3.75 with Plus)

These prices will last through Monday, September 2. What's it going to be? Tokyo Jungle, Limbo, and Journey are required playing, as far as I'm concerned.

2013 PAX Prime Indie Game Sale [PlayStation Blog]






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