Everyday Shooter PS3 and PSP $4.99 (£3.26) from PSN North American Spring Sale - HotUKDeals
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This is £6.29 on the UK Store but if you buy it from PSN America at the moment then you can get it for half of that price in their Spring Sale.

Great game apparently and always seems to get good reviews (8.0 on Gamespot)

You will need a US PSN account to buy this but the account is free to setup and you will just need to use the US account to buy it and start the download then you can continue the download, install and play it on your normal UK logon if you want to. My primary PSN account is for PSN USA and I sometimes buy content from the UK store and then just play it using my American account.

Visa cards don't work unfortunately but a Mastercard/PPMC/Entropay etc will all work fine.

Gravity Crash (PS3) is also the same price for those interested but I've never really heard of that.
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#1
No trophy support :(
#2
Really?

I didn't know that.
#3
Games without trophies are like birds without wings.
#4
Except it is actually a fantastic game.
#5
olliehayman
Games without trophies are like birds without wings.


spoken like a true gamer well done :roll:, developed by one man decent game voted hot.
#6
olliehayman
Games without trophies are like birds without wings.


It is odd when people think back to the pre-achievement days now though.

Sadly, I think it may be another reason why the Wii can't be taken seriously by the enthusiast crowd. Trophy support has helped the PS3 quite a lot.

It's odd as well really because both trophies and GS earn you precisely nothing at the end of the day.
#7
lewiep
Except it is actually a fantastic game.


GamesTM do rate it very highly as do most of the major review sites.

I may give it a shot then. I've only ever really bought a couple of things of US PSN myself before, the most expensive one being Tekken:DR before the PS3 was launched in Europe.

It was $19.99 as well, I think I must have been feeling slightly frivilous that day. I lost a lot of faith in DLC when Sony later wanted to charge extra to add the online mode.
#8
Spark
It is odd when people think back to the pre-achievement days now though.

Sadly, I think it may be another reason why the Wii can't be taken seriously by the enthusiast crowd. Trophy support has helped the PS3 quite a lot.

It's odd as well really because both trophies and GS earn you precisely nothing at the end of the day.


The wii isn't a serious gaming machine, it's a fun thing for groups of friends and family. As for trophies, they earn you respect amongst your gaming friends that perhaps can't get the trophies you can. Lots of people can get bronze medals, but your level of gaming expertise is measured by how many platinums you have. People like to show off their football or golf trophies, PS3 trophies are pretty much the same, but for a different generation.
#9
Trophies are a waste of time.
#10
PhilsterUK
Trophies are a waste of time.


Very philosophical.
#11
Trophies are for girls!
suspended#12
Trophies are a good addition to games, and it does feel good to get a few.
But i would never buy or play a game just because it has trophies. I prefer having fun playing.
#13
darkknight is very right
#14
olliehayman
Very philosophical.


It hardly requires a philosophical debate does it?

However if it did I am quite sure your own high brow observation, 'they earn you respect amongst your gaming friends', would no doubt have been echoed by Aristotle, Socrates and Plato.
suspended#15
So............. how do I sign up a Usa account when my address in in Uk????
#16
Most people actually use the address for SCEA. :)

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