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PlayStation Network Summer Sale

Posted by on August 2nd, 2010 | 6 Comments | Tags: , , , ,

It’s hot outside. There’s this big star up in the sky that’s emitting unfathomable amounts of energy, causing random BBQs, crowded beaches, and perspiration. Why deal with the prospect of sunburn and frisbee wrist (similar to tennis elbow) when you can enjoy the great indoors. A couch, two fans, an A/C blasting at its highest setting, and, of course, the PSN Summer Sale. This time around, a few Minis are even getting price cuts. So dust off your PSP, kick back, and add some funds to that PSN wallet. Offers good through Monday, August 9, 2010 for US & CA stores and open to all PlayStation Network users.

PS3
Fat Princess – $7.49 sale; $14.99 reg.
PixelJunk Shooter – $4.99 sale; $9.99 reg.
Groovin’ Blocks – $7.49 sale; $14.99 reg.
Madden NFL Arcade – $7.49 sale; $14.99 reg.
Wakeboarding HD – $7.49 sale; $14.99 reg.

PSP
The Eye of Judgment Legends – $14.99 sale; $29.99 reg.
echoshift – $7.49 sale; $14.99 reg.
Patchwork Heroes – $4.99 sale; $9.99 reg.
Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars – $14.99 sale; $29.99 reg.
Lunar Silver Star Harmony – $14.99 sale; $29.99 reg.

minis
Tetris – $4.99 sale; $9.99 reg.
Dracula Undead Awakenings – $2.49 sale; $4.99 reg.
Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess – $2.49 sale; $4.99 reg.
Zombie Tycoon – $2.49 sale; $4.99 reg.
Bloons – $1.49 sale; $2.99 reg.

From the list, I highly recommend:
Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess – 3 words: Precision platforming excellence.
PixelJunk Shooter – After beating the game pretty quickly, I wasn’t sure it was lengthy enough to warrant a $10 price tag, but $5 is a definite pick up.
Fat Princess – It gets continued support and I’m looking to get back into it, so pick it up and invite me to a game.

I’m thinking about:
Groovin’ Blocks – I loved Lumines, and I love rhythm based games (currently playing Space Channel 5). However, I didn’t like Columns too much at all. I’m still thinking about picking this one up.
Eye of Judgment – I own the PS3 version and have never set it up to actually play it. A portable version without the set-up hassle sounds pretty good, but for $15?

Well then, what will you be picking up this week?