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Third-Annual PSN PLAY Promotion Features Ducktales, Cloudberry Kingdom, More

Posted on Monday, July 15 @ 08:49:54 Eastern by


Sony has announced the third-annual PSN PLAY Summer promotion along with the game line-up and pricing details.

The games are great, but the incentive to buy them all is even greater. If you buy two games, you get $3 back. Three games gets you $6. Buy all four games and you'll get $10 back to spend on more PSN titles. PlayStation Plus subscribers also get a 20% discount when pre-ordering each of the four PSN PLAY titles, and each comes with a XMB theme.

Pre-orders open with tomorrow's PlayStation Store Update, and the PSN PLAY game release schedule and pricing is as follows:
  • July 23 - Stealth, Inc.: A Clone in the Dark (PS3/PSV) - $9.99 or $7.99 with PS Plus
  • July 30 - Cloudberry Kingdom (PS3) - $9.99 or $7.99 with PS Plus
  • August 6 - ibb and obb (PS3) - $9.99 or $7.99 with PS Plus
  • August 13 - Ducktales: Remastered - $14.99 or $11.99 with PS Plus
Will you be buying any of these? Or are you too broke thanks to the Steam Summer Sale? How does this stack up to the Xbox LIVE Summer of Arcade? Tell us where you spend your money!
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