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PlayStation Store Update | I Am Alive, Serious Spring Sale

Jonathan Lester
PS3, PS3 games, PSN, PSN Store update, Rochard, Sideway: New York, Sony, Spring Sale

PlayStation Store Update | I Am Alive, Serious Spring Sale

The big news this week is that I Am Alive, Ubisoft's uncompromising survival simulator, has made its way to the PlayStation network. This bleak tale is a seriously impressive (if miserable and divisive) proposition, and we gave it 8/10 in our I Am Alive review. It's accompanied by Wheels Of Destruction, a vehicular combat game with class-based multiplayer. Nothing new to report on the Vita front, sadly.

Sony's Spring Sale rumbles on, and includes some big savings on titles like Payday: The Heist, DCUO subscriptions, Rochard and Sideway: New York. I'd recommend the latter two games without hesitation, so be sure to check out our reviews through the links. They're bargains at £5.49, and we've got the spring sale details after the break.

Otherwise, there's a fair amount of DLC to optionally spend your hard-earned cash on. Ninja Gaiden 3's Talon weapon is now available to download (even though it should have been included in the game, just sayin') and that great big controversial Street Fighter X Tekken character roster (which is actually included on the disc, even worse).

You can get more details over at the EU PlayStation Blog.

Sony Spring Sale Update

  • Akimi Village £7.99 £4.79
  • DC Universe Online – 30 Day Sub Subscription £9.99 £7.99
  • Free Realms – 30 Day Sub Subscription £3.99 £3.19
  • Gripshift £7.99 £1.59
  • High Stakes On the Vegas Strip £7.99 £1.59
  • Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition £19.99 £13.99
  • Payday: The Heist £12.99 £7.99
  • Plants Vs Zombies £11.99 £7.29
  • Red Dead Redemption £23.99 £17.49
  • Red Dead Redemption & Undead Nightmare Bundle £31.99 £19.99
  • Rochard £7.99 £5.49
  • Sideway New York £7.99 £5.49
  • Slam Bolt Scrappers £11.99 £7.99
  • Swords and Soldiers Game £6.49 £3.99
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[email protected]  Apr. 4, 2012 at 19:20

Again dodgy conversion rates employed by Ubisoft, no $14.99 doesn't equal £11.99

For that....drum roll...# NO SALE #


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