The Official PlayStation Blogcast last week teased an upcoming Atlus sale on the PlayStation Store, and today, that sale has officially kicked off with a ton of great deals.

The name of this sale? The “Half Off Just About Everything For Just About A Month”—oh Atlus, you’re so kooky! As one would expect from the name, the sale includes just about everything Atlus has up on the PlayStation Store—with a few exceptions such as the recently-released Gungnir for PSP and the downloadable version of Persona 3 FES for PS2.

Also of note: Every PSP game that’s in this sale is fully playable on your shiny new PS Vita, so don’t be afraid to go back and check out some of those older games you might have missed.

Here’s the full list:

  • Catherine [PS3] – $19.99 (originally $39.99)
  • Trine 2 [PS3] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Class of Heroes [PSP] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Crimson Gem Saga [PSP] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Hexyz Force [PSP] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble [PSP] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Knights in the Nightmare [PSP] – $7.49 (originally $14.99)
  • Riviera: The Promised Land [PSP] – $4.99 (originally $9.99)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona [PSP] – $9.99 (originally $19.99)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin [PSP] – $14.99 (originally $29.99)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable [PSP] – $9.99 (originally $19.99)
  • Yggdra Union [PSP] – $4.99 (originally $9.99)
  • Droplitz [PS3] – $4.99 (originally $9.99)
  • Rock of Ages [PS3] – $4.99 (originally $9.99)
  • The Cursed Crusade [PS3] – $14.99 (originally $29.99)

The sale—conveniently shortened to HOJAEFJAAM—runs until July 31st.


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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.