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On the latest episode of the Official PlayStation Blogcast, we get first details on the PSN Summer Sale that will be kicking off next week. Here are the games we know about so far.

First up is the PSN Summer Sale itself, where games will be 30% off for everyone, 50% off for PlayStation Plus members. Here’s the list of games that was revealed on the podcast—but keep in mind that this is not the full list.

  • Pac-Mac CE DX
  • Real Steel
  • NBA Jam
  • House of the Dead 3
  • Crysis
  • Closure
  • Jurassic Park (full season)
  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem
  • Shadow of the Colossus HD
  • inFamous: Festival of Blood
  • Killzone 3 Multiplayer
  • Renegade Ops

As well, Atlus will be running a sale, where these titles for sure were mentioned:

  • Catherine ($20)
  • Droplitz ($5)
  • Rock of Ages ($5)
  • Trine 2 ($7.49)
  • Magic Orbs ($5)

Again, this isn’t the complete list of games that will be going on sale next Tuesday—the Blogcast hinted that that might be coming as early as tomorrow. I do have to say that it would be nice if, you know, the sale also ends up including some Vita games. Seems every other country but us has been getting Vita sales on the PlayStation Store.

Anything here you might be picking up?

Source: Official PlayStation Blog

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Details on Next Week’s PSN Summer Sale

On the latest episode of the Official PlayStation Blogcast, we get first details on the PSN Summer Sale that will be kicking off next week. Here are the games we know about so far.

By Eric Patterson | 06/28/2012 07:47 PM PT

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On the latest episode of the Official PlayStation Blogcast, we get first details on the PSN Summer Sale that will be kicking off next week. Here are the games we know about so far.

First up is the PSN Summer Sale itself, where games will be 30% off for everyone, 50% off for PlayStation Plus members. Here’s the list of games that was revealed on the podcast—but keep in mind that this is not the full list.

  • Pac-Mac CE DX
  • Real Steel
  • NBA Jam
  • House of the Dead 3
  • Crysis
  • Closure
  • Jurassic Park (full season)
  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem
  • Shadow of the Colossus HD
  • inFamous: Festival of Blood
  • Killzone 3 Multiplayer
  • Renegade Ops

As well, Atlus will be running a sale, where these titles for sure were mentioned:

  • Catherine ($20)
  • Droplitz ($5)
  • Rock of Ages ($5)
  • Trine 2 ($7.49)
  • Magic Orbs ($5)

Again, this isn’t the complete list of games that will be going on sale next Tuesday—the Blogcast hinted that that might be coming as early as tomorrow. I do have to say that it would be nice if, you know, the sale also ends up including some Vita games. Seems every other country but us has been getting Vita sales on the PlayStation Store.

Anything here you might be picking up?

Source: Official PlayStation Blog

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About Eric Patterson

view all posts

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.