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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

PSVita Games hit US PSN Store & Pricecuts

Today's news are quite nice!
The Playstation Vita's launch is accompanied by a bunch of new entries in the Playstation Store, including a row of digital PSV Games, Demos and DLC.

The new Vita Games are priced from $14.99 up to $39.99, with only Uncharted: Golden Abyss hitting the upper limit of $44.99. These prices sure are not bad, however, as they go easily in line with what Playstation Portable did cost upon release.

Surely you'll find something that suits your taste, whether it's Sports games (FIFA, F1 2011, Virtua Tennis) or Fighting games (BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3) or games that show off the Vita's unique features like Escape Plan and Uncharted.
Go take a look if you're lucky enough to call a PSV your own already!

A positive effect that'll become more apparent as time passes is that with the coming of the next generation of portable Playstation games, the PSP generation will ultimately go down in price.
God Eater Burst is making the start, bringing its price of $39.99 down to $19.99 - permanently. Alkaid will most likely assure you that this game's worth every cent.

Sadly, the PSOne Classics section once again leaves this week's update empty-handed, but considering some hefty permanent price reductions, this is easily overlooked.

PS3-owners will be especially happy about Rockstar games going down a few bucks - Red Dead Redemption is now at $29.99 (34.99 before), while the Undead Nightmare-bundle is now at $39.99 (down from $49.99). Sounds good to me for sure!

I myself can only hope that Blade Kitten's price change from $14.99 to $4.99 means that enough interest gets generated for the 2nd part to be released at last. Sadly, publisher Atari has denied Krome Studios a release of the finished DLC-sequel until this very day, robbing customers of the story's proper ending.

There's also quite a lot of fun stuff for Playstation Plus users,
so make sure to check the Store this week!

A full list of the PSN Store's updates can be found over here

PS: While I'm fully aware of the name-change for the Playstation Network to "Sony Entertainment Network", I am still denying that new name and thus won't use it. Deal with it, please.

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