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Spelunky, DiveKick join PS Vita Summer Select promo


2:30 PM on 08.19.2013



Here we go. In announcing its PlayStation Vita Summer Select event, Sony has let loose some long-awaited release dates. This promo covers four games in four weeks, all of which are Cross-Buy on Vita and PS3. PlayStation Plus members will also save during each title's launch week:

  • August 20: DiveKick ($9.99 / $7.99 for PS Plus through Aug. 26)
  • August 27: Spelunky ($14.99 / $11.99 for PS Plus through Sept. 2)
  • September 3: KickBeat ($9.99 / $7.99 for PS Plus through Sept. 9)
  • September 10: Dragon Fantasy: Book II ($14.99 / $11.99 for PS Plus through Sept. 16)

How many of these are you looking to get? Nice little group. Real nice.






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