Shadow of the Colossus Discounted on PSN Sale

Friday, June 29th, 2012

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Summer is one of the best times of the year to have digital sales. Naturally, Sony’s getting in on this action with a sale on several downloadable titles from July 3rd to July 9th. The featured games are 30% off for normal shoppers, but if you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you get a whopping 50% off.

One of these games getting this special treatment is the critically acclaimed Shadow of the Colossus, priced at $13.99 for regular customers and at $9.79 for PlayStation Plus members. If you haven’t purchased this game yet, July 3rd would be the best time to do it.

Here are some of the other games that are getting the discount treatment:

Crysis – $13.99, $9.79 for PS Plus members

The House of the Dead III – $4.89, $3.42 for PS Plus Members

infamous: Festival of Blood – $6.99, $4.89 for PS Plus Members

Gotham City Imposters – $10.49, $7.34 for PS Plus Members

NBA Jam: On Fire Edition – $10.49, $7.34 for PS Plus Members

Killzone 3 Multiplayer – $10.49, $7.34 for PS Plus Members

Closure – $10.49, $7.34 for PS Plus Members

Jurassic Park The Game – Full Season – $13.99, $9.79 for PS Plus Members

Worms Ultimate Mayhem – $10.49, $7.34 for PS Plus Members

Real Steel – $6.99, $4.89 for PS Plus Members


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