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PSN Additional Seasonal Offers Until January 7th

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe are giving a discount on more of their PSP and PS3 games available through the PSN Store, the following will be available from today:

Fat Princess (was £11.99/14.99 now £7.99/9.99)
WarHawk (was £14.99/19.99 now £7.99/9.99)
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP) (was £23.99/29.99 now £16.99/20.99) (reduced until the 21st of January)
Resistance: Retribution (PSP) (was £24.99/39.99 now £14.99/19.99)
LocoRoco 2 (PSP) (was £19.99/29.99 now £7.99/9.99)
Numblast (PSP) (was £3.99/4.99 now £2.39/2.99)

Available from the 24th of December:

Trine (was £15.99/19.99 now £7.99/9.99)
Worms (was £7.99/9.99 now £6.29/7.99)
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#1
I'd recommend Fat Princess and Trine, both are very good. Also Trine is now worth buying at its price.
#2
Wow I remember reading about fat princess long ago but did not have a PS3 (Now I do yay!), I have not even signed up to PSN, actually is it the same as the PS2 PSN?? as I still have that account.

Either way I can just buy this

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/561868/playstation-network-live-20-card-fo

and then just buy this right?
#3
fat princess is a must, we have the free download (only demo) and it is really good.
#4
Sweet. I quite fancy Trine but there was no way I was going to pay £15.99. I was waiting for a price cut and what a cut. Just need to wait for COD classic price cut now.
#5
These reductions just bring the games more into line with the prices Sony should have charged in the first place.

Heat added though.
#6
7.99 for warhawk is a bargain! i remmember paying twice the price on launch, its so addictive, ive clocked 90 hrs online, one of the best online games!
#7
Sackboy
7.99 for warhawk is a bargain! i remmember paying twice the price on launch, its so addictive, ive clocked 90 hrs online, one of the best online games!


Yes it is a fun game. Haven't played for a few months ever since my broadband supplier sent me an email about fair usage (I just play games, I don't download movies, music etc..).
Just about to be promoted from Sarge so I'm gonna be locked out of the noob servers.
#8
Niz
Wow I remember reading about fat princess long ago but did not have a PS3 (Now I do yay!), I have not even signed up to PSN, actually is it the same as the PS2 PSN?? as I still have that account.

Either way I can just buy this

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/561868/playstation-network-live-20-card-fo

and then just buy this right?


You may be able to use the same account, I'm not sure. In all other aspects, the PSN is miles better than the PS2 PSN.
#9
Thanks zabbyh - repped :)
#10
Can you explain why the 2 prices listed for each? i was at first assuming PSP/PS3 price, but that doesn#t make sense for the PSP only games.

Also, anyone know what the PSN worms is like?
#11
Am I the only one who was disappointed with Fat Princess? But it gets very repeatitive very quickly and, as Eurogamer stated in their review, you normally get a stalemate situation where neither team really progresses for a long time.

I was really excited about it before it came out, bought it on the release day and haven't played it since a couple of days after that.

These are great deals if you want any of those games via PSN, so I suppose technically it is hot, but personally I think some of the other past/current PSN offers have been much better (e.g. Bomberman Ultra is currently £3.99, Riff, Pixeljunk Monsters, Super Stardust HD, Command and Conquer Retaliation have all been cheap too).

edit: The Last Guy was cheap last week, too.
#12
OmniGod
Can you explain why the 2 prices listed for each? i was at first assuming PSP/PS3 price, but that doesn#t make sense for the PSP only games.


given the differences, its possibly the Euro prices
#13
Seeing this deal has made me buy PSN credit for the first time.
#14
Warhawk is a brilliant game. One of the early great games many must have missed out on.
#15
OmniGod
Can you explain why the 2 prices listed for each? i was at first assuming PSP/PS3 price, but that doesn#t make sense for the PSP only games.

Also, anyone know what the PSN worms is like?


mailman
given the differences, its possibly the Euro prices


Yes, the prices without £ signs are Euro prices.

The price list is also on the original article on the Playstation Blog. They give details of the updates/price cuts every Thursday morning.............

http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2009/12/22/%E2%80%98heads-up%E2%80%99-playstation-store-update-22nd-december-2009/comment-page-10/#comments

I'm going to get Trine on the 24th - loved the demo.
#16
Now at £7.99 for Fat Princess I'm actually tempted buying it I might later.
#17
skipster3000;7304688
These are great deals if you want any of those games via PSN, so I suppose technically it is hot, but personally I think some of the other past/current PSN offers have been much better (e.g. Bomberman Ultra is currently £3.99, Riff, Pixeljunk Monsters, Super Stardust HD, Command and Conquer Retaliation have all been cheap too)..


I thoroughly recommend Bomberman also it's a fantastic game, I've currently only got 2 controllers, but it would be great with 4 controllers/players! Had it on the Amiga many years ago and it's still so good :)
#18
nice one ! Just brought warhawk was thinking of getting it before but at this price its worth giving it a go ! heat & rep given
#19
OmniGod
Can you explain why the 2 prices listed for each? i was at first assuming PSP/PS3 price, but that doesn#t make sense for the PSP only games.

Also, anyone know what the PSN worms is like?


The second is price is the price in Euros sorry for not clarifying that.
#20
Does anyone know when these deals will expire? I just ordered a PSN £20 credits card online today, which I expect will take a week to arrive :(
#21
LotusJas
Does anyone know when these deals will expire? I just ordered a PSN £20 credits card online today, which I expect will take a week to arrive :(


7th of Jan 2010.
#22
Finally I can buy Trine:)
#23
skipster3000;7304688
Am I the only one who was disappointed with Fat Princess? But it gets very repeatitive very quickly and, as Eurogamer stated in their review, you normally get a stalemate situation where neither team really progresses for a long time.

I was really excited about it before it came out, bought it on the release day and haven't played it since a couple of days after that.

I pretty much agree with your feelings about Fat Princess. I was often in no-endo games of stalemate when I was playing months ago. I also found that their matchmaking blew big chunks, but maybe they've fixed that since then.
I was tempted by Braid (new to PSN this week) but I think I'll get it from STEAM this week seeing as it is loads cheaper there.
#24
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7th of Jan 2010.


Thanks :thumbsup:
#25
Fat Princess at £8 still seems a bit steep after trying the demo last night.

Is it just me, or is that fair comment>
#26
Also, Burn Zombie Burn for only £3.19 (great value for this addictive arcade game).
Also bought Trine.
Full listing at http://playstation.joystiq.com/2009/12/22/european-psn-releases-for-december-22/

LotusJas
Fat Princess at £8 still seems a bit steep after trying the demo last night.
Is it just me, or is that fair comment>

Game is pretty fun but there are two problems.
AI isn't good enough so it tends to mean that the team with the most humans always wins; they improved the situation by restricting people from swapping teams.
There is a lack of momentum; when a team makes advances, there is no tipping point that ensures a win. This would be improved if you could respawn in a captured castle or at least transport to them easily, or also if the troop upgrades were more expensive and were more powerful.
#27
NormanCod

There is a lack of momentum; when a team makes advances, there is no tipping point that ensures a win. This would be improved if you could respawn in a captured castle or at least transport to them easily, or also if the troop upgrades were more expensive and were more powerful.


Yes, that's what I thought from the demo. It all got rather tedious, very quickly. I'd pay £3-£4 for this game.

Trine at £8 is a bargain though :thumbsup: I also bought Burn Zombie Burn.

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