This week, Sony's thrown together another selection of special offers- though there's no theme holding things together this time around. Most of the haphazard discounts are fairly incremental, but there are a couple worth checking out.
High Stakes on the Vegas Strip is a solid poker title that punches well above its weight, and Switchball is a shiny puzzler that's both relaxing and brainteasing in equal measure. 1942: Joint Strike is an capable bullet hell shooter that's exceptionally good fun in multiplayer. All three have been reduced to a very reasonable £3.99, and whilst they've got fairly niche audiences, this is an sound saving nonetheless. We've got the whole list of discounts below!
(available until 18th August)
- High Stakes on the Vegas Strip (was £7.99, now £3.99)
- Switchball (was £6.29, now £3.99)
- Section 8 (was £19.99, now £7.99)
- Flock (£11.99, now £5.49)
- 1942: Joint Strike (£7.99, now £3.99)
- Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (PSP) (was £9.99, now £7.99)
- WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 (PSP) (was £23.99 now, £17.99)
- R-Type Tactics (PSP) (was £11.99, now £7.99)
- Stellar Attack (mini) (was £3.49, now £2.49)
Permanent Price Reductions
- Kick-Ass: The Game (was £9.99, now £7.99)
- Need for Speed Shift (PSP) (was 31.99, now £15.99)
In other news, the Protector Trials DLC for Bioshock 2 has hit PSN. It contains a few arenas where you'll have to protect your little sisters from increasingly-powerful waves of splicers. Why a story-driven game actually needs a challenge mode is completely beyond me, but at least £3.19 will net you seven new trophies and a few hours of brainless blasting.