February 15

Sony Entertainment Network: Valentine’s Weekend Sale – Up to 75% Off

Posted by on February 15, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Sony Entertainment Network: Valentines Weekend Sale   Up to 75% Off

Nothing says happy Valentine’s Day like a new video game from Sony!

Whether you’re the classic lonely gamer or you (or your spouse) need to make time between your wife and kids to play video games, this deal is for you. You can buy your lonely self a game to keep your company or take a break from everything else going on with a well deserved sale game. Here is the list:

  • Castle Crashers (PS3) – Was $14.99 – Save $11.50 – Now $3.49
  • Cloudberry Kingdom (PS3) – Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Divekick (PS Vita, Cross-Buy) - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Divekick (PS3, Cross-Buy) - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Fat Princess (PS3) - Was $14.99 – Save $11.50 – Now $3.49
  • House of the Dead Overkill: Extended Cut (PS3) – Was $19.99 – Save $15 – Now $4.99
  • ibb & obb (PS3) – Was $9.99-  Save $5 – Now $4.99
  • Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (PS3) - Was $19.99 – Save $15 – Now $4.99
  • Kane & Lynch: Dead Men (PS3) – Was $14.99 – Save $11 – Now $3.99
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PS Vita) – Was $29.99 – Save $10 – Now $19.99
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PS3) – Was $49.99 – Save $25 – Now $24.99
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PS4) – Was $59.99 – Save $30 – Now $29.99
  • NBA 2K14 (PS3) - Was $59.99 – Save $20 – Now $29.99
  • NBA 2K14 Blue Diamond Jewelry Collection (PS3) – Was $24.99 – Save $12.50 – Now $12.49
  • NBA 2K14 Gold Jewelry Collection (PS3) – Was $4.99 – Save $2.50 – Now $2.49
  • NBA 2K14 Platinum Jewelry Collection (PS3) – Was $9.99 – Save $5 – Now $4.99
  • PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) - Was $39.99 – Save $30 – Now $9.99
  • Renegade Ops (PS3) - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Scott Pilgrim (PS3) - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Toy Story Mania (PS3) – Was $39.99 – Save $30 – Now $9.99

That’s a pretty big lists with some great games. I really enjoyed Scott Pilgrim and I’ve heard some great things about Divekick, Fat Princess and Castle Crashers. The LEGO games are already great and I can’t imagine LEGO Marvel Super Heroes being a bad game.

Check out the Playstation Blog Post about the sale. The games are all digital downloads so no shipping.

(Expires: 17th February 2014)

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January 28

PlayStation Network: Final Fantasy Games on Sale!

Posted by on January 28, 2014 at 9:30 PM

PlayStation Network: Final Fantasy Games on Sale!

Get some great games from one of the best RPG series’ ever released for super cheap from the PlayStation Network!

First off, anyone who bought the PS4 and doesn’t have a PS3, cannot take part in this deal. I know Sony is launching their “PlayStation Now” service in the summer which will let you stream PSOne, PS2 and PS3 games to your PS4 (among other devices) but for now it’s just a PS3 thing. PSP as well for some of the games here.

The games range from Classic like Final Fantasy III to newer titles like Dissidia Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy XIII-2 and a whole bunch of stuff in between. Prices for these titles are between $4.99 and $9.99. If you are a PS+ member the prices are $4.49 to $8.99. Before the sale the prices were $9.99 to $19.99 so you’re saving up to 50%. They also have Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn in collector’s and regular editions for $35.39 and $23.99 respectively. There are discounts for PS+ members and the regular prices are $59.99 and $39.99.

If I was going to pick out one game to buy from this list it would be Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions. It is hands down the best game ever created. Not even just in my opinion. It’s fact and you can take that to the bank just like Obama closing Gitmo! Seriously, for the few bucks this game costs, you owe it to yourself as a gamer to pick it up. The story is amazing and deep, the gameplay is beautiful and you can get lost in the jobs system. *sigh* I love it.

These are the prices for the digital downloads so there is no shipping. Prices are in USD.

(Expires: Unknown)

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January 14

Playstation Entertainment Network: 14 PSVita and 14 PS3 Games for up to 50% off, up to 75% off for PSN Members

Posted by on January 14, 2014 at 8:45 AM

Playstation Entertainment Network: 14 PSVita and 14 PS3 Games for up to 50% off, up to 75% off for PSN Members

Get awesome games for your PS4 and PS Vita for 50%+ less on the PlayStation Entertainment Network!

First up the deal starts on today for their 14 for ’14 sale which starts, of course, on the 14th.

There are 28 games so I’m not going to list them all here but the selection is good and pretty broad. For the PS3 you can get games like like:

  • Crysis 3 - Was $19.99 – Now $9.99/$5
  • Rayman Legends – Was $59.99 – Now $47.99/$35.99
  • F1 2013 – Was $59.99 Now $29.99/$20.99
  • Far Cry Blood Dragon – Was $14.99 – Now $7.49/$3.75

The prices are broken up in to two because PSN members can get up to 75% off while non-PSN members only get up to 50% off.

For PS VIta you can pick from another 14 games which include games like:

  • Worms Revolution Extreme – Was $14.99 – Now $7.49/$3.75
  • Sly Coopers: Thieves in Time – Was $26.99 – Now $13.49/$6.75
  • The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season - Was $19.99 – Now $9.99/$5
  • Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two – Was $29.99 – Now $14.99/$7.50

If you own a PS Vita and have not yet played The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season you really owe it to yourself to pick it up, especially at $9.99. It’s an absolutely amazing game and worth every penny at $9.99, $19.99 or $59.99.

I feel all snobbish about this deal because I have a PS4 and the deals just don’t appeal to me enough to hook up my PS3 again. I would, however, like to pick up a PS Vita at some point so it’s always nice to know that the games are going on sale. Hopefully by the time they have a 15 for ’15 sale next year. Regardless, PS3 or PS Vita, there are a bunch of great games on sale starting tomorrow so get to gaming!

All these games are digital downloads so there is no shipping.

(Expires: 20th January 2014)

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January 3

EB Games Canada: PS Vita WiFi For Only $170 (Save $30)

Posted by on January 3, 2014 at 9:00 PM

EB Games Canada: PS Vita WiFi For Only $170 (Save $30)

Get the newest handheld to go with your brand new PS4, or your PS3, or anything else for only $170 at EB Games!

In another life I covered the PS Vita launch. It was awesome. The touch screen and the back-touchpad make for some great ancillary game mechanics (like the SixAxis controller) without being too intrusive like some others (I’m looking at you, Kinect and Wiimote). The connectivity, for those who are interested in that sort of stuff, is awesome. To top it all off, it has an absolutely gorgeous OLED screen.

If you have a PS3 or, better yet, a PS4, this is a great companion device. Remote play is awesome and I love the idea of taking some classic games, for instance, like FFVIII with you on your handheld. It’s kind of crappy playing a two or three year old game on your 70″ LED TV, but on a handheld, it doesn’t feel so bad.

This is a great price, too. You don’t often see consoles come on sale because they are super low margin items or, in some cases, are loss leaders. Getting the PS Vita for $169.99 is great considering it was $199.99. You’re saving $30! This could be a stock purge sale to get the original version gone before the PS Vita Slim comes here, which I’m assuming will happen some time soon. Normally I’m all up on a slim version of a console, but I guess the PS Vita Slim doesn’t have the amazing OLED screen, so I might pass.

Shipping is around $6 for most people.

(Expires: Unknown)

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December 25

Best Buy Canada Boxing Week Special: 40% Off PlayStation Plus 1-Year Membership

Posted by on December 25, 2013 at 10:30 AM

Best Buy Canada Boxing Week Special: 40% Off PlayStation Plus 1 Year Membership

Here’s a hot deal on a super popular item right now: $20 off a PlayStation Plus one year membership during Best Buy’s Boxing Day sale. Get it now for just $29.99 instead of $49.99.

As I was completing my Christmas shopping the other day, it dawned on me that the PlayStation Plus one-year membership would make for an incredible gift for a gamer friend of mine. This thought immediately preceded my hurrying on over to Best Buy at the other end of the mall but actually, I wish I hadn’t, because of this pretty awesome Best Buy Boxing Day special.

In case you’re on the fence about getting the membership, don’t be. It truly is a fantastic offer. Just think about it, at $29.99, that’s the equivalent of 8 cents per day!

My excitement at seeing this incredible deal actually pushed me to take advantage of this offer online, not once, but twice: once for myself and the other for another friend — ah the joys of giving. In case you’re still not convinced, then consider all the perks:

  • Free access to popular games monthly
  • Online multiplayer universe for all PS4 players
  • Up to 75% off at the PlayStation Store
  • Available to PS3, PS4 and even PS Vita
  • One-hour trials of full games
  • Exclusive and early access to select games (including beta and demos)

For the last point, past access to upcoming games has included epic titles such as: God of War: Ascension, DC Universe Online and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.

Although I thought at first that a code would be provided at the end of checkout for immediate redeeming, it looks like an actual physical copy of the card gets shipped absolutely free instead.

(Expiry: 26th December 2013)

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December 23

Best Buy & Future Shop Canada: PlayStation Vita Games as Low as $1.97

Posted by on December 23, 2013 at 3:00 PM

Best Buy & Future Shop Canada: PlayStation Vita Games as Low as $1.97

Both Best Buy and Future Shop have the same incredible deal on right now for all of the PlayStation video game lovers out there.  At both stores, you will be able to get PlayStation Vita games on sale for as low as just $1.97.

Even though both stores have this sale, the actual games you can get on sale will vary from each of them.  Some of the games you may have your eye on at one store wont be available at the other so you will want to check out both sales for games.

Here is a look at some of the deals you will find:

Best Buy

Future Shop

Since there are limited quantities, it looks as though these deals are only offered online.

Both stores offer free shipping for most orders over $20.

(Expiry: While supplies last for both)

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December 21

Sony Entertainment Network: Up To 50% Off Select PS4, PS3 & PS Vita Games – Includes Call of Duty: Ghost

Posted by on December 21, 2013 at 6:30 PM

Sony Entertainment Network: Up To 50% Off Select PS4, PS3 & PS Vita Games   Includes Call of Duty: Ghost

Curl up under the warm glow of your TV and play some games from the Sony Entertainment Network Flash Sale!

All the prices are in USD, and all games are digital downloads. If you’re still looking for gift ideas for the PlayStation gamer in your life, this is a great deal. These are the games available.

  • Angry Birds: Star Wars (PS4) – Was  $49.99 – save $5 – Now $44.99
  • Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate (PS Vita) – Was $39.99 – Save $20 – Now $19.99 
  • Batman Arkham Origins (PS3) – Was $59.99 – Save $30 – Now $29.99
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS3) – Was $59.99 – Save $15 – Now $44.99
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition (PS3) – Was $119.99 – Save $20 – Now $99.99
  • Lego Marvel Superheroes (PS4) – Was $59.99 – Save $20 – Now $39.99
  • Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (PS3)  Was $29.99 – Save $15 – Now $14.99
  • Soulcalibur II HD Online (PS3) – Was $19.99 - Save $10 – Now $9.99 
  • Tearaway (PS Vita) – Was $35.99 – Save $18 – Now $17.99
  • The Amazing Spider-Man (PS Vita) – Was $39.99 – Save $5 – Now $35.99
  • Trine 2: Complete Story (PS4) – Was $19.99 – Save $5 – Now $14.99
  • WWE 2K14 (PS3) – Was $59.99 – Save $20 – Now $39.99
  • XCOM: Enemy Within (PS3) – Now $39.93 – Save $15 – Now $24.99

This sale almost makes me want to not have a PS4. Almost. Of course, there are only a few PS4 titles and they aren’t discounted a huge amount, since it’s their new console and they want to pull in as much software money as they can in order to offset likely console losses.

The PS3 and PS Vita people, well, they have some great deals. XCOM, Ratchet and Clank, CoD: Ghosts, Batman Arkham Origins. All awesome games. I might have even picked up WWE 2K14. I haven’t been into wrestling in any significant way for over a decade, but I’d pick up a game just to give it a shot. Digital downloads are digital and… downloaded… so no shipping!

What games are you going to put under your digital Christmas tree?

(Expires: 23rd December 2013, 6:00AM ET)

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December 17

Amazon Canada: Knack for PS4 only $40 (Save $20)

Posted by on December 17, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Amazon Canada: Knack for PS4 only $40 (Save $20)

Bring platformer beat ‘em ups back in to your life for $40 from Amazon Canada!

First I want to talk about the deal then I want to talk about the game. The deal is great. The PS4 is brand new and games are still $60. There is no reason to put PS4 games on sale right now since the console is so new and the holidays are here. Regardless, here it is, Knack for PS4 for only $39.99! That’s $20 off the original $59.99 price. One thing to note is that some company seems to have bombed Amazon and is showing up as the first search result when you search for Knack on They are still selling the game for $59.99 so make sure you use the link above to get the better deal!

I’m a huge gamer but I’m weird in that I don’t have a lot of time to game. The main reason for this, of course, is life. I work full time overnight, do BargainMoose, write fiction and have a wife and kid. That doesn’t leave me a lot of time to game. Because of that I don’t watch a lot of game trailers or read much news. If I do I just get frustrated because I’m watching videos or reading news about great games that I will never have time to play. While I had heard of Knack, I hadn’t looked in to it because the game I got with my PS4 is Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. Looking in to Knack would just be torture.

But for you, dear reader, I have tortured myself. And what torture it was! I really, really want this game. It’s a platformer beat ‘em up that is very similar to Spyro and Crash Bandicoot. I even googled “Knack Spyro” just to make sure I wasn’t missing something. I wasn’t, there are a bunch of articles on how Knack harkens back to Crash Bandicoot and Spyro. If you loved those games and much as I did, Knack is a game you need to get. If you don’t know who Crash and Spyro are, well, shame on you. Don’t miss out on knowing who Knack is!

Since it’s over $25, shipping is free!

(Expires: Unknown)

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December 10

Toys R Us Canada: B1G1 40% off Video Games

Posted by on December 10, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Toys R Us Canada: B1G1 40% off Video Games

One of the most popularly requested items by kids and teens (and some adults for that matter) at Christmas time is video games.  Toys R Us caters to the young and young at heart with their video game selection and they have a great deal on right now.  When you buy select video games, you will get a second one for 40% off the regular price.

Just like any deal, you will get the lower price or equal value game at 40% off.

There are 138 video games included with this deal so there are a lot to choose from.  Additionally, they have games from all different gaming systems including Xbox, Xbox360, Play Station4, Wii, PS3, Nintendo DS and more.

If you are having trouble getting through all 138 games and find one you want, I suggest using the search on the left hand side.  You can narrow your search by price, age, brand, rating and gender to find the perfect game.

As for the cost of shipping, you will get free shipping on orders of $99.

(Image credit to Renee Keith)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 19

Playstation Network Canada: Spend $50, Get $10 Back – Just In Time For The PS4

Posted by on October 19, 2013 at 11:00 AM

Playstation Network Canada: Spend $50, Get $10 Back   Just In Time For The PS4

There is nothing like getting money for doing something you’d do anyway. That’s exactly what you’re getting with this awesome deal from Sony!

Every time you spend $50 on PSN, you get $10 in PSN credit. This is even valid on PS4 day one digital pre-orders!

This is a great deal if you already buy all your games on PSN. Just keep on doing what you’re doing and you’ll start building up some credit. In fact, if you’ve been buying for a while, you might already have credit as this deal has been going on for a bit previously.

I don’t buy much on PSN and I don’t really know why. I abhor physical media, but I buy all my console games on disc. I don’t even buy computer games on disk, just console games. It’s very odd. If you’re like me and very rarely buy on PSN, this sale might be a great opportunity to start.

(Expiry: 29th October 2013)

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September 27

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU – FIGHT!

Posted by on September 27, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!

The next generation of the console wars is here, and all the nerds like me have our preferences based on prejudice, technology and a bunch of other factors. A lot of the normal people out there are more concerned about cost. You can’t really have a cost analysis without having a bit of discussion of features, so I’ll provide the prices and a winner based solely on those prices, but I’m going to editorialize it somewhat. For full disclosure, I’m a total Sony fan boy, but I’ll keep this strictly professional. These things aren’t cheap and while you may initially see a clear winner based just on the price tag, there are other considerations that you’ll want to think about before making your decision. All the prices here are MSRP for official products. PS4, WiiU, xBox OneFIGHT!

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!

Initial cost

If you are only concerned about the sticker hanging under the console at your local Walmart, then the WiiU is the console for you. There is no denying that Nintendo has the lowest price around.

The winner on price is indeed the WiiU, but keep in mind that the WiiU is, any way you cut it, a lesser piece of technology. Among the biggest issues aside from straight power considerations are its storage and lack of Blu-ray capabilities. The WiiU storage goes up to 32GB, PS4 has a 500GB user-upgrade-able HDD and the xBox One 360 has a fixed 500GB HDD. The xBox One and the PS4 have BluRay while the WiiU does not. If you bought a PS3 last generation and use that as your only BluRay player, a WiiU won’t replace that functionality.

Winner: WiiU

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!


There is no real winner here, but technically you could get by with spending less on stuff for the WiiU. The reason there is no real clear winner is that the Wii U has three controllers. One of them is in two parts like the Wii. You don’t need both parts so if you only get the one, it’s cheaper. If you end up getting both parts it will cost more, and it’s even more if you pick up their other xBox-like game pad. Like I said, this one is a bit muddy, but just for the fact that you can theoretically get by with spending less, I’ll give it to the WiiU again.

Winner: WiiU

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!


If you are looking ahead and hoping you can save a bit on the games, you can’t. They all MSRP at the same level!

Winner: Tie!

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!


  • Microsoft xBox Live Gold - $59.99/year
  • Sony PS Plus - $49.99/year
  • Nintendo WiiU - $0

Note: Buy these ones directly from the console or from a bricks and mortar store.

Nintendo again. Play your games online for free!

The WiiU is the clear winner, but just for the sake of discussion, let’s talk about PS4 vs xBox One. PS Plus is required for online gaming and xBox Live Gold is required to do anything online. This means that if you want to use your xBox One with, as an example, Netflix, you need to buy your Netflix subscription and xBox Live Gold. PS4 only requires PS Plus for online gaming. On top of that, PS Plus is $10 less per year.

Winner: WiiU

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!

Other considerations

This is something I’ve been telling people since the GameCube, PS2, and xBox days. You need to consider your needs when you buy a console. Are you buying a console for a seven year old? Right now, as far as games go, WiiU is the best for little kids. The thing is that little kids grow up. This generation of consoles is likely going to last around eight years. When your seven year old is a fifteen year old, he (or she) might want something that has some more adult game selections. What’s a parent to do? Well, I say get a PS4. The xBox skews more towards adult games, WiiU is kid-leaning and the PS4 fits in the middle. This argument seems to get less and less true as the years go by and exclusive titles become more of a rarity, but it still rings true to an extent, so keep that in mind. There are still games that won’t make it to the WiiU. Do you really want to pick up a new console when your thirteen year old is bored of the games coming out on the WiiU?

Price Showdown: PS4 vs. xBox One vs. WiiU   FIGHT!


If you are thinking in terms of cost from the time you step in the store to the time you are playing, the WiiU wins. There is no double about that. In a lot of people’s minds, however, the real battle is between the PS4 and xBox One for various reasons that I won’t discuss here. If that is your dilemma, PS4 is the winner. Sony punched Microsoft right in the eye with a knife wielding koala when they announced their $100 undercut on price. It further solidified itself as the best value by announcing that, while PS Plus will be needed for gaming online, you won’t need it for any other services like Netflix.

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August 21

EBGames Canada: Get 30% More Value When You Trade Slim PS3/xBox/WiiU Towards PS4/xBox One

Posted by on August 21, 2013 at 12:00 PM

EBGames Canada: Get 30% More Value When You Trade Slim PS3/xBox/WiiU Towards PS4/xBox One

Optimize your trade when you trade out your old console for a new pre-order at EB Games Canada.

Is your old console (or new in the case of the WiiU) collecting dust? I know if my PS3 wasn’t my (and perhaps more importantly, my son’s) Netflix machine I’d definitely be doing this. I almost wish I had bought an xBox 360 or WiiU just to be able to trade it in. I don’t buy a lot of games and, at this point, I’ve bought pretty much everything I’m going to, so if I traded it in, it wouldn’t be a big deal. I guess I do still need to pick up Assassin’s Creed 3, so I’d miss playing that. What I’m saying is that, at this point in the console’s life cycle, if you aren’t playing it a lot, it won’t hurt too much to give it up. The PS4 is coming out on November 15th and the xBox One has to be somewhere around there, so you aren’t going to have to wait long to get the next-gen gear.

I also suspect there are a lot of people out there who have a PS3, an xBox 360 and maybe even a WiiU. You could trade them all in for tons of credit, or just pick one or two. You can live with one console, right? Right. The value of your console depends on what you have with it. A bigger hard drive gets you more credit and each console has a different value. I also suspect, and I’m not 100% sure, that the value is different based on where you are. Whatever your old Slim PS3, Slim xBox 360 or WiiU is worth, you get an extra 30% on top of its value when you trade it in towards a PS4 or xBox One.

This deal is available in store only.

(Expires: 23rd August 2013)

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June 4

EB Games Canada: Refurbished Playstation Vita $169.99

Posted by on June 4, 2013 at 11:30 PM

EB Games Canada: Refurbished Playstation Vita $169.99

EB Games Canada is selling refurbished Playstation Vita Wi-fi systems for only $169.99. They sell the new (non-refurb) versions for $249.99 so you are saving a good chunk of change by going refurbished.

You are not only saving $80 off the regular new price, you are also saving extra money off the regular price for refurbished Vitas. EB Games usually sells the refurbished models for $189.99 so they have discounted them by an extra $20. I think that is noteworthy and perhaps pocketbook worthy.There was a funky review by someone with the handle Pizza on EB Games that I wanted to share with you:

Bought this the other night and it has been awesome, i’d rather have one of these things than an Ipod, because it does the same stuff, but also just has awesomeness within games and everything you do on it! It has a quad core processor which makes it super fast, it has very good controls: front and rear touch screens, camera, motion thing, analogs, and all the great things that make this as good as a consol, but it’s small and looks awesome. Thanks EB Games!

I actually never though of how incredibly functional the PS Vita is and how, with Wifi, it might rival the functionality of an iPod. I will certainly consider it the next time I am looking into such a portable entertainment system.

Shipping totally depends on how much you are buying.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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March 7

PlayStation Network: PS Vita Anniversary – FREE and Discounted Games

Posted by on March 7, 2013 at 1:00 PM

PlayStation Network: PS Vita Anniversary   FREE and Discounted Games

The PS Vita is a great system. All you need to go with it is great games! How about four FREE games and some awesome discounts on twenty other games! Thanks to the PlayStation Network, you can get that deal right now!

This is the PS Vita Anniversary sale and it is awesome. Since the bulk of this deal is a list of stuff you can get, I’m gonna quote directly from the Sony website.

Here are the free games we’re giving away for PS Vita:

  • Wild Arms (PS one Classic)
  • Patapon (PSP)
  • Piyotama (PSP)
  • Patchwork Heroes (PSP)

Here are the PS Vita games that are on sale for a 30% discount. If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ll get 50% off:

  • Army Corps of Hell
  • Big Sky: Infinity
  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
  • Dokuro
  • Knytt Underground
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes French
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  • LEGO Lord of the Rings
  • Orgarhythm
  • Pure Chess
  • Retro City Rampage
  • Sine Mora (with Trial)
  • Spy Hunter
  • Street Fighter X Tekken
  • Sumioni: Demon Arts
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

We also added a few more games to the sale, with the following discounts as noted:

  • FIFA Soccer 13 (30% off)
  • Madden NFL 13 (30% off)
  • Oddworld Strangers Wrath (25% off)

This sale, in conjunction with the spend $50 get $10 back deal I posted yesterday could get you a lot of free credits. If anything, you should get the FREE games. Wild Arms is a great game!

(Expires: 11th March 2013)

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March 6

PlayStation Network: Get $10 For Every $50 You Spend!

Posted by on March 6, 2013 at 12:00 PM

PlayStation Network: Get $10 For Every $50 You Spend!

Getting paid to buy awesome video games? Sounds like a good deal to me and PlayStation Network is letting you do that very thing for this month only!

It’s a simple sale. Buy anything on PSN (Including a PS+ account) and get $10 in credit for every $50 you spend. The credit goes to your account in April. This really is a great deal, especially for those among us who buy a few games a month, be they expensive full fledged titles or just the less expensive smaller Indy games. Your credit could really start to rack up.

I think the real money play here is to get a $49.95 PlayStation Plus account and then pick up a game. The PSN account on it’s own won’t get you the credit but adding a game onto it will. And then you get all the awesome PSN bonuses!

(Expires: 31st March 2013)

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