Progressing chronologically through their history of consoles, Sony has slashed the prices on a range of titles from the PSOne and PS2 era respectively in the last few weeks. These discounts were implemented in tandem with the #PlaystationMemories campaign that spread across Twitter – a beckon call for fans to reminisce about all things Playstation. And just yesterday, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe continued with its software sale by initiating a list of savings for a selection of Playstation 3 titles.
You can check out the online library in full right here. A point to note, too, is that Playstation Plus owners will get a further 10% off these games unless otherwise stated.
• Alice: Madness Returns – Was €29.99/£19.99, now €19.99/£15.99
• Ape Escape – Was €12.99/£10.99, now €6.49/£5.19
• Beyond Good and Evil HD – Was €9.99/£7.99, now €4.99/£3.99
• Demon’s Souls – Was €19.99/£15.99, now €9.99/£7.99
• F1 2012 – Was €39.99/£29.99, now €19.99/£15.99
• F1 Race Stars – Was €24.99/£19.99, now €19.99/£15.99
• inFAMOUS Collection – Was €34.99/£28.49, Now €17.99/£13.99
• Killzone – Was €14.99/£11.99, now €7.49/£5.99
• LittleBigPlanet – Was €14.99/£10.99, now €7.49/£5.99
• Medieval Moves – Was €14.99/£10.99, now €7.49/£5.99
• MotorStorm Apocalypse – Was €14.99/£10.99, now €7.49/£5.99
• Ratchet & Clank – Was €14.99/£11.99, now €7.49/£5.99
• Resident Evil 4 HD – Was €19.99/£15.99, now €9.99/£7.99
• Starhawk – Was €19.99/£15.99, now €9.99/£7.99
• Tales From Space: About a Blob – Was €6.99/£5.49, now €2.99/£2.39
• The Walking Dead: Season Pass – Was €19.99/£15.99, now €9.99/£7.99
• WipEout HD – Was €7.99/£6.49, now €3.99/£3.19
• ICO and Shadow of the Colossus Classics HD* – Was €24.99/£19.99, now €12.49/£9.89
*No additional discount for PS Plus.
Unfortunately, these discounts have only become available for European Playstation fans. Even still, Sony has presented a remarkable category of games – particularly the inFamous Collection and The Walking Dead: Season Pass – and one that will help gamers ready themselves for further iterations of the aforementioned franchises – see inFamous: Second Son and The Walking Dead: 400 Days.
Following the weekly discounts on PSOne and PS2 games in the last fortnight, and now with these PS3 savings, the company may very well implement a sweep of price cuts across the Vita library in the near future, too. Alas, that remains unconfirmed, but why are you still reading this? If you happen to be in Europe, head on over to Sony‘s Playstation Store to grab these discounts while they’re hot, and be sure to tell us which title you added to your download list in the comments below.