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Massive sale on PSN keeps good times rolling for Sony


3:45 PM on 06.11.2013
PSN E3 Sale!Massive sale on PSN keeps good times rolling for Sony photo



Sony came out of their E3 press conference smelling like roses. Capitalizing on the miscues of their competitors, the platform-holder seems poised for a resurgence this winter with the PlayStation 4. In the meantime, Jack Tretton and company are showcasing their Midas touch with one of the most impressive PlayStation Store updates in recent memory.

As previously reported,  Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception,XCOM: Enemy UnknownLittleBigPlanet Karting, and Machinarium are joining the Instant Game Collection this week. Starting today all four titles will be free for PlayStation Plus Members. But that's not all, Sony is also kicking off a massive sale in celebration of E3 and there are some crazy good deals to be had.

Highlights include: Tomb Raider for roughly $20, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and Far Cry 3 for $30, and indie-darlings Sound Shapes and The Unfinished Swan for less than a fiver. Has anyone mentioned that Sony is killing it?

Dishonored ($29.99, $23.99 on sale, $21.59 with Plus)
Tomb Raider ($59.99, $22.49 on sale, $20.24 with Plus)
Call of Duty Black Ops II ($59.99, $41.99 on sale, $37.79 with Plus)
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance ($49.99, $39.99 on sale, $29.99 with Plus)
Resident Evil 6 ($29.99, $23.99 on sale, $17.99 with Plus)
PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale ($39.99, $27.99 on sale, $14.00 with Plus)
NBA 2K13 ($59.99, $41.99 on sale, $29.39 with Plus)
FIFA Soccer 13 ($59.99, $41.99 on sale, $29.39 with Plus)
Far Cry 3 ($59.99, $41.99 on sale, $29.39 with Plus)
Borderlands 2 ($39.99, $27.99 on sale, $19.59 with Plus)
Assassin’s Creed III ($39.99, $27.99 on sale, $19.59 with Plus)
Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two ($39.99, $27.99 on sale, $19.59 with Plus)
Assassin’s Creed III Liberation ($26.99, $18.99 on sale, $13.29 with Plus)
Sound Shapes ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
Sound Shapes PS Vita ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
Quantum Conundrum ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
Guardians of Middle-Earth ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
The Unfinished Swan ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit ($14.99, $7.49 on sale, $3.75 with Plus)
The Walking Dead – Season Pass ($19.99, $9.99 on sale, $5.00 with Plus)
Dishonored – Dunwall City Trials ($4.99, $3.49 on sale, $2.79 with Plus)
Dishonored – The Knife of Dunwall ($9.99, $6.99 on sale, $5.59 with Plus)
Dishonored – Void Walker’s Arsenal ($3.99, $2.79 on sale, $2.23 with Plus)

PlayStation Plus: E3 2013 Sale, Free Machinarium, Uncharted 3, XCOM, More [PlayStation Blog]








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