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Grace Chen's Avatar + Posted by Grace Chen on Feb 05, 2013 // Sr. Director, PlayStation Store

PlayStation Store Update

PS3 Full Games

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time ($39.99, Cross-Buy – receive the PS Vita version)
We’re aware of an issue players who bought the disc-based version of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time are experiencing, in regards to accessing the Disc Benefits to redeem the PS Vita version of the game. We’re working toward a solution, with updates as they come here.

The pages of the Thievius Raccoonus are disappearing and now Sly and The Gang must get back together to save the Cooper Clan legacy from being destroyed forever! Travel through time, meeting and playing as Sly’s ancestors as you race to recover the past to save their future.
ESRB: E10+ // File Size: 18.9 GB

Dead Space 3 ($59.99)
Dead Space 3 brings Isaac Clarke and merciless soldier John Carver on a journey across space to discover the source of the Necromorph plague and uncover the secrets that lay within Tau Volantis. Play alone as Isaac Clarke or with a friend as John Carver in seamless drop in, drop out co-op mode.
ESRB: M // File Size: 10.9 GB
Fist of the North Star 2: Ken’s Rage ($59.99)
The collaboration between the popular action manga ‘Fist of the North Star’ and the awesome Warriors series is back, packing more punch and exploding action than ever before!
ESRB: M // File Size: 9.1 GB

PSN

Mensa Academy ($9.99)
Unique, interesting and challenging puzzles designed to stretch and train your brain in key areas including logic, language, visual and more. (Game in English only.)
ESRB: E //File Size: 341.2 MB
Bentley’s Hackpack ($2.99, Cross-Buy)
Featuring hacking mini-games from Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, step into the Arcade and play through multiple levels to bust open all the safes and unlock the most secret and secure item ever! Purchase the full game for the PS3 and PS Vita systems and unlock over 45 levels and 200 challenges!
ESRB: E10+ //File Size: 2.5 GB
Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed ($29.99)
Sonic and the All-Stars cast line up on the starting grid once again to battle for supremacy in the ultimate race. Compete across land, water and air in incredible transforming vehicles that change from cars to boats to planes mid-race. It’s not just racing, it’s racing transformed!
ESRB: E10+ //File Size: 5.5 GB

PS Vita

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time ($26.99)
The pages of the Thievius Raccoonus are disappearing and now Sly and The Gang must get back together to save the Cooper Clan legacy from being destroyed forever! Travel through time, meeting and playing as Sly’s ancestors as you race to recover the past to save their future.
ESRB: E10+ // File Size: 3.3 GB
Bentley’s Hackpack ($2.99, Cross-Buy)
Featuring hacking mini-games from Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, step into the Arcade and play through multiple levels to bust open all the safes and unlock the most secret and secure item ever! Purchase the full game for the PS3 and PS Vita systems and unlock over 45 levels and 200 challenges!
ESRB: E10+ //File Size: 2.5 GB

PS Vita App

PlayStation Home Arcade (Free)
Play select PlayStation Home arcade games on your PlayStation Vita via the PlayStation Home Arcade app. Download PlayStation Home Arcade and instantly enjoy WipEout 2D, Ice Breaker, and a demo of Scribble Shooter absolutely free of charge!
File Size: 103 MB

Free PS Mobile Game

Aqua Kitty (Free)
Due to a sudden shortage of milk, cats around the world are forced to seek out new sources to get their fix. You and your team of milk mining kittens have overcome a fear of water to drill down under the ocean seabed and begin extracting vast reserves of what seems to be naturally forming full-fat milk.Get this PS Mobile title for free on the PS Vita Store and your PS Mobile Certified Devices tomorrow, Wednesday Feb. 6 through Feb. 12th. For more information, click here.

Bundles

Fist of the North Star 2: Ken’s Rage ($59.99)
Get the exclusive costume pack with this game & DLC bundle! This bundle is a limited time offer until Mar 5th, 2013. The costume pack includes Kenshiro original costume from ”Land of Shura” chapter, and what’s more, eight costumes from the original comic book for Kenshiro, Toki, Raoh, Rei, Shin, Thouzer Jagi and Mamiya are included!
ESRB: M //File Size: 9.3 GB

PlayStation Store Highlights

Dead Space 3
It’s another big week for the PlayStation Store. Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time releases today, and it’s part of our Cross-Buy promotion, so if you purchase the PS3 version you’ll receive the PS Vita version entitlement as a bonus! Of course, Sly isn’t the only thing launching today – Dead Space 3 is also out on the store for all you action/horror fans.

There’s a cool app releasing on PS Vita today – the PlayStation Home Arcade app. This app allows you to download and play classic arcade titles from the likes of Atari, Konami and Intellivision on your PS Vita. While you’re on your PS Vita, pick up another free PS Mobile game, Aqua Kitty, starting tomorrow (you can also download it on PS Mobile Certified Devices).

As always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below. You can also chat about this update in the PlayStation Community Forums.

PlayStation Plus

PlayStation Store Update 2-5-2013

Click here to learn more and purchase online or go to the PlayStation Store to activate instantly.

Instant Game Collection

Guardians of Middle Earth (PS3)

Discounts

Game Title Normal Price PS Plus Sale Price
Karateka (PS3) $9.99 $5.00
Big Sky Infinity (PS3, Cross-Buy) $9.99 $5.99
Big Sky Infinity (PS Vita, Cross-Buy) $9.99 $5.99
Knytt Underground (PS3) $14.99 $8.99
Knytt Underground (PS Vita) $14.99 $8.99

Last Chance (Leaving on 2/12)

Free – The King of Fighters XIII
Discount – Greed Corp
Discount – Gatling Gears
Discount – Stardone Extreme

PS3 Demos (Free)

Bentley’s Hackpack
Try several addictive and fun mini-games in Bentley’s Hackpack! Featured in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, step into the Arcade and play through multiple levels to bust open all the safes and unlock the most secret and secure item ever! Play this trial for free, or unlock the full game for the PS3 and PS Vita systems to get your hands on over 45 levels and 200 challenges!
File Size: 1.8 GB
Mensa Academy ($9.99)
Unique, interesting and challenging puzzles designed to stretch and train your brain in key areas including logic, language, visual and more. Download the trial now to see how you score in American Mensa Academy.
ESRB: E //File Size: 341.2 MB

PS Vita Demos (Free)

Bentley’s Hackpack
Try several addictive and fun mini-games in Bentley’s Hackpack! Featured in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, step into the Arcade and play through multiple levels to bust open all the safes and unlock the most secret and secure item ever! Play this trial for free, or unlock the full game for the PS3 and PS Vita systems to get your hands on over 45 levels and 200 challenges!
File Size: 747 MB

Soundtracks

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time ($9.99)
What’s a time-traveling, costume-changing, road trip without the official soundtrack to the game? Featuring 55 incredibly “mis-Thievius” tracks, the Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time soundtrack will keep your toes a-tappin’ with its Big Band, swingin’ sound!
File Size: 747 MB

Price Change

  • Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars – PS3 Game (now: $2.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Ben 10 Galactic Racing – PS Vita Game (now: $9.99 original price: $14.99)
  • Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction – PSP Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks – PSP Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Despicable Me – PS3 Game (now: $9.99)
  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game – PS3 Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Puzzle Quest: Galactrix – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Silent Hill: Book of Memories – PS Vita Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)

Sales

  • Alien Breed 2: Assault Trial – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Alien Breed 3: Descent Trial – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Alien Breed: Impact Trial – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Dark Souls: Artorias of the Abyss – PS3 Game Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Namco Museum Essentials – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact – PSP Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Noby Noby Boy – PS3 Game (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors – PS3 Game (now: $24.99 original price: $49.99)
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors DLC Pack – PS3 Game Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Ridge Racer 7 – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Ridge Racer – PS Vita Game (now: $12.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Rock of Ages – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny – PSP Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Tekken 6 – PSP Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Touch My Katamari – PS Vita Game (now: $12.49 original price: $24.99)

Final Fantasy Sale

  • Dissidia 012 Prologus – PSP Game (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy – PSP Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy – PSP Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99
  • Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection – PSP Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Final Fantasy IX – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy Origins – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy Tactics – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions – PSP Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy V – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy VI – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy VII – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Final Fantasy VIII – PSone Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)

Ace Combat Assault Horizon Add-On Sale

  • A-10a Happy Holidays (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • A-10a Warthog (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Ah-64d Leopard Pattern (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack 1 (now: $5.99 original price: $11.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack 2 (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack 3 (now: $5.99 original price: $11.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack 4 (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack The Idolm@Ster (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Aircraft Skin Pack 2 The Idolm@Ster (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • ASF-X Shinden II (now: $3.99 original price: $7.99)
  • Boost And Turn (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Defender (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Enhanced Asm+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Enhanced Bombs+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Enhanced Dfm+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • F/A-18f Jolly Rogers (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F/A-18f Red Devils (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-117a Stars And Stripes (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-117a The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • F-14d Halloween Pumpkin (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-14d Jolly Rogers (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-15c Patriot (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-15c White Dragon (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-15e The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • F-15e Tiger Pattern (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-15s/Mtd (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • F-16c Patriot (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-22a Flash (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-22a The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • F-22a Warwolf (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Horizon F-2a Nagase (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • F-35b Pac-Man (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Ka-50 Hokum (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Mg Cool Down+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Mirage 2000-5 The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Online Map Pack (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Pak-Fa Akula (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Quick Assault+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Quick Respawn+ (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Rafalem Tiger Pattern (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Sharp Shooter (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Skill Set 1 (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Skill Set 2 (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Skill Set 3 (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • SU-33 The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99))
  • SU-34 Tekken Alisa & Xiaoyu (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • SU-35 Tekken Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • SU-37 Terminator (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Tornado Gr.4 (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Typhoon The Idolm@Ster Skin Set (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • YF-23 Black Widow II (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)

PS Vita Add-ons

Home Arcade App Games

  • Asteroids ($1.49) – Play a pixel-perfect rendition of Atari’s classic Asteroids in the Home Arcade Player. Within PlayStation Home, you also get: 1. Atari’s Asteroids arcade game in a full-sized classic arcade cabinet. 2. Slippers in tribute to Atari’s Asteroids arcade game. 3. Animated T-shirt featuring art from the classic Asteroids arcade game.
  • Astro Smash ($1.49) – Giant Asteroids fall from the sky. It’s an attack! The Alien bombardment has begun. In command of a giant laser cannon, it’s up to you to blast the extraterrestrial menace from the skies. The fate of the world is in your hands in this updated all-time classic, brought to you by Realtime Associates.
  • Centipede ($1.49) – Play a pixel-perfect rendition of Atari’s classic Centipede in the Home Arcade Player. Within PlayStation 3 Home, you also get: 1. Atari’s Centipede arcade game in a full-sized classic arcade cabinet. 2. A headpiece in the style of Atari’s Centipede arcade art. 3. Animated T-shirt featuring art from the classic Centipede arcade game. Check out the PlayStation Home Store for more exciting Atari bundles.
  • Frogger ($1.49) – Hop into the action with this beloved arcade classic! Guide your frog across hazards to the goal!
  • Mad Blocker ($1.49) – Mischievous “Fluzzles” addicted to Shape Morphing are turning into colorful blocks. However if they stay in Block form for too long they will become stuck and turn into “DeSaturons”. Please, join them together according to their color in order to free them. Save as many as you can!
  • Scribble Shooter ($1.49) – Addictive top-down, retro-style shoot ‘em up with an incredibly unique art style (hand-drawn by one of the developer’s 12 year old sons.)
  • Shark Shark ($1.49) – Take your place in the food chain, chowing down upon the small fry to bulk up and take on the bigger fish. Negotiate the perils of the ocean and watch out for the sharks. In the dank depths of the deep blue sea, there’s always something out there bigger and hungrier than you!
  • Time Pilot ($1.49) – Strap into your time ship and fly through five challenging time periods, each with its own unique enemies, hazards, and bosses.

When Vikings Attack!

  • When Vikings Relax ($3.99) – When Vikings Relax! game pack – featuring 10 multiplayer battle arenas and the single player Solo Survival Mode. Also features a host of special warrior costumes along with two costumes based on Sony cat mascots Toro and Kuro.
  • Kuro the Cat Hat ($0.49) – The Kitty Cavalry Arrives There’s a rumour going round town that the Viking invaders have pilfered all the fish! Turn your gang members into fearsome felines by wearing hats based on Sony mascot Kuro, then pounce on the Vikings and rub their noses in your litter tray. Maybe black cats are unlucky – for Vikings…
  • Toro the Cat Hat ($0.49) – The Kitty Cavalry Arrives Those rowdy Vikings are making such a din that no one in town has a chance of enjoying a decent catnap. So send your gang members on the prowl wearing hats based on ice white Sony mascot Toro, and get your claws into the invading army. Fans of Toro will be coughing up Viking hairballs in no time…

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable

  • Electro Paralyzer ($0.99) – A top-secret super weapon developed by the EDF whose flare shells halt the target’s actions. The technology behind it is shrouded in mystery some say it was developed by a military genius or its secrets gleaned from a downed Ravager scout. Extend its effects by hitting the target repeatedly.
  • Heat Blaster ($0.99) – A short-range laser gun whose mighty firepower compensates for its limited range. It requires heavy equipment to recharge, making it impossible to reload on the battlefield. Pull the trigger to release all of its energy, or it can keep firing until you switch weapons.
  • Limit Booster ($0.99) – A data transmitter that sends a special program to vehicles in the vicinity (helicopters, bikes, Vegaltas), shutting down their safety overrides and unlocking their maximum capabilities. Multiple uses won’t increase the upgrade ratio, but will make the effects last longer.
  • Reverse Drone ($0.99) – An unmanned drone with a nanomachine capsule payload. Flies straight ahead to the nearest ally, and once it connects, it disperses the nanomachines to heal the target. Adjust the direction of fire to select your target.

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita

  • Chinese New Year Costume (Free) – In celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year, be sure to download this free costume pack, complete with his/her traditional costumes for this special time of year.

Pinball Arcade

  • Twilight Zone Pro Table Pack ($7.99) – This Pro Table Pack includes Twilight Zone along with access to its Pro Menu. The Pro Menu includes the Operators Menu, Ball Control and other cool features. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Pro Upgrade ($4.99) – This upgrade gives you access to the Pro Menu of Twilight Zone. The Pro Menu includes the Operators Menu, Ball Control and other cool features. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Custom Ball ($1.99) – This unlocks the Twilight Zone custom ball. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Pinball Table ($4.99) – This add-on includes the pinball table Twilight Zone. Every flipper, bumper, sound effect, and display pixel has been painstakingly emulated in astonishing detail. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!

PS3 Add-ons

Dance Magic

  • Outfits 2 ($1.99) – Outfits and weapon sets for all characters.

When Vikings Attack!

  • When Vikings Relax ($3.99) – When Vikings Relax! game pack – featuring 10 multiplayer battle arenas and the single player Solo Survival Mode. Also features a host of special warrior costumes along with two costumes based on Sony cat mascots Toro and Kuro.
  • Kuro the Cat Hat ($0.49) – The Kitty Cavalry Arrives There’s a rumour going round town that the Viking invaders have pilfered all the fish! Turn your gang members into fearsome felines by wearing hats based on Sony mascot Kuro, then pounce on the Vikings and rub their noses in your litter tray. Maybe black cats are unlucky – for Vikings…
  • Toro the Cat Hat ($0.49) – The Kitty Cavalry Arrives Those rowdy Vikings are making such a din that no one in town has a chance of enjoying a decent catnap. So send your gang members on the prowl wearing hats based on ice white Sony mascot Toro, and get your claws into the invading army. Fans of Toro will be coughing up Viking hairballs in no time…

Dead Space 3

  • Bot Capacity Upgrade ($4.99) – This upgrade doubles the amount of resources – including Ration Seals – that each Scavenger Bot will deliver to you at the Bench. Quickly stock up on Tungsten, Semiconductors, Scrap Metal, Somatic Gel, and Transducers. Resources can be used to craft weapon parts, consumable items, and suit upgrades.
  • Bot Personality Pack ($4.99) – This upgrade contains an ANG-3 Scavenger Bot voice and personality firmware update. It will automatically upload advanced speech and sarcasm protocols to all your Scavenger Bots, empowering them with the ability to speak out loud the random thoughts whirring around inside their microprocessor-powered brains.
  • Marauder Pack ($4.99) – This pack contains the Marauder Suit and AL-9 Clearcutter. Marauder Suit: Boarding party gear issued to fearless S.C.A.F. Marauder units during the Separatist Wars. AL-9 Clearcutter: The Triple Threat Pulse Rifle decimates crowds while the J-111 Eviscerator cuts down close encounters. This pack is included with the Tau Volantis Survival Kit.
  • Sharpshooter Pack ($4.99) – Contains the Sharpshooter Suit and SMP-90 Sharpshooter. Sharpshooter Suit: Elite S.C.A.F. military gear designed for the UN14 Snake Bite Special Ops Division. SMP-90 Sharpshooter: A modified version of the Seeker Rifle paired with a custom-skinned Line Gun. This pack is included with the Tau Volantis Survival Kit.
  • Tundra Recon Pack ($4.99) – Contains the Tundra Recon Suit and Aegis VII Survivalist. Tundra Recon Suit: This suit is woven with paraffin-based nanotech fibers, to maintain body heat under any condition. Aegis VII Survivalist: Combines a compact Plasma Cutter and Suspended Ripper with a customized titanium finish. This pack is included with the Tau Volantis Survival Kit.
  • Bot Accelerator ($4.99) – This upgrade decreases the harvesting time for each Scavenger Bot by 50%. Get a rapid restock from your Scavenger Bot whenever you need to top up on Tungsten, Semiconductors, Scrap Metal, Somatic Gel, Transducers, and Ration Seals. This upgrade is included with the Tau Volantis Survival Kit.
  • Tau Volantis Survival Kit ($14.99) – This premium pack bundles together the Scavenger Bot Accelerator along with the Marauder, Sharpshooter, and Tundra Recon Suits, and the AL-9 Clearcutter, SMP-90 Sharpshooter, and Aegis VII Survivalist weapons.

LittleBigPlanet

  • Chinese New Year Costume (Free) – In celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year, be sure to download this free costume pack, complete with his/her traditional costumes for this special time of year.

Pinball Arcade

  • Twilight Zone Pro Table Pack ($7.99) – This Pro Table Pack includes Twilight Zone along with access to its Pro Menu. The Pro Menu includes the Operators Menu, Ball Control and other cool features. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Pro Upgrade ($4.99) – This upgrade gives you access to the Pro Menu of Twilight Zone. The Pro Menu includes the Operators Menu, Ball Control and other cool features. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Custom Ball ($1.99) – This unlocks the Twilight Zone custom ball. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!
  • Twilight Zone Pinball Table ($4.99) – This add-on includes the pinball table Twilight Zone. Every flipper, bumper, sound effect, and display pixel has been painstakingly emulated in astonishing detail. Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3 system and PS Vita system versions!

Port Royale 3

  • Port Royale 3: Pirates & Merchants – Harbor Master ($5.99) – Six new buildings (e.g. embassy or fire department) -Decoration objects like plants, statues or several pavings -More control over the extension of the defense lines -Economic adviser who gives useful advice when necessary -Build your own ships

Rock Band 3

  • Charnel’s Ball ($1.99) – Amberian Dawn
  • Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to…) ($1.99) – Queen
  • Gemini ($1.99) – Brian Kahanek
  • Go ($1.99) – Kari Kimmel
  • Mannequin ($0.99) – Dance for the Dying
  • Once Bitten Twice Shy ($1.99) – Great White
  • So Far Away ($1.99) – Avenged Sevenfold
  • St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion) ($1.99) – John Parr
  • The Wicker Man ($1.99) – Iron Maiden

RockSmith

  • Fall Out Boy Song Pack ($11.99) – Play ‘Sugar, We’re Goin Down’, ‘Dance, Dance’, ‘Thnks fr the Mmrs’, ‘I Don’t Care’ and ‘America’s Suitehearts’ by Fall Out Boy on any electric guitar. Each song includes a new authentic tone accessible in AMP mode.
  • America’s Suitehearts ($2.99) – Fall Out Boy
  • Sugar, We’re Goin Down ($2.99) – Fall Out Boy
  • Dance, Dance ($2.99) – Fall Out Boy
  • Thnks fr the Mmrs ($2.99) – Fall Out Boy
  • I Don’t Care ($2.99) – Fall Out Boy

Sleeping Dogs

  • The Monkey King Pack ($1.99) – Take on the form of the mythical Sun Wukong and wield his staff against the demons of the Hong Kong underworld.

Sniper Elite v2

  • Saint Pierre ($4.99) – In this new Sniper Elite v2 single-player mission, players will find themselves deployed in a village in France, where they must eliminate an influential German commander. Includes 2 new weapons.

PS3 Themes

  • A Dynamic Fighter Theme $2.99
  • Angry Werewolf PSP Theme $1.99
  • Celtic Maiden PSP Theme 5 $1.99
  • CyberPunk Dynamic Sci-Fi Theme $2.99
  • CyberPunk Scifi PSP Theme $1.99
  • Dragon Battle Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Dragon Battle PSP Theme $1.99
  • Dynamic Acantha Vampire Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Grave Digger Theme $2.99
  • Fighter PSP Theme $1.99
  • Happy Dog Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Happy Dog Village Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Santa Cruz Chica Muertos Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Santa Cruz El Mano Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Santa Cruz Ozzy Wrong Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Santa Cruz Slasher Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Santa Cruz Target Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • The Cave Dynamic Theme $2.99

PS3 Avatars

  • Dokuro: Dokuro Monster Avatar Pack (Bundle) $0.49

PS3 Wallpapers (Free)

  • Big Sky Infinity Wallpaper 4
  • Knytt Underground Wallpaper 4
  • Page Chronica Chinese New Year Wallpaper

Game Videos (Free)

  • Big Sky Infinity Launch Trailer
  • Germinator Trailer
  • Hitman: Hd Trilogy Launch Trailer
  • Jet Set Radio Launch Trailer
  • Knytt Underground Launch Trailer
  • Labyrinth Legends Trailer
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time Pulling The Heist
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time Vita Trailer
  • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist Inauguration Trailer
  • Zen Pinball 2 Trailer
  • Zen Pinball 2: Civil War Trailer

Available In-Game Only (Not on PlayStation Store)

Rock Band 3

  • The Wicker Man ($0.99) – Pro Guitar – Iron Maiden

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+ Gaglaush on February 5th, 2013 at 5:54 pm said:

Will Aliens: Colonial Marines be a day 1 digital next week?


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+ jebslim on February 5th, 2013 at 6:02 pm said:

Did anyone else here see FF8 show up as being free today in the psn store? Not for one of the listed promos, but actually in the store itself.


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+ AsiaQatar on February 5th, 2013 at 6:06 pm said:

@70 TwinDad
LOL who cares what I’ll do when the two trials are up.
I’ll have played the games everyones crying about for free. And then theres EU March selections to play for a month. No idea what they’ll be but I bet its going to be better than what the US gets (AGAIN)

Sure as heck dont regret my 1 year US sub expiring back in Nov. Havent missed a thing.
Lulz.


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+ LeFabuleuxDeux on February 5th, 2013 at 6:07 pm said:

Cross Buy question: Purchasing the PS3 version of Sly 4 on PSN automatically gets you the Vita version (as answered in one of the first replies), but this does rule apply to all future and current Cross buy games on PSN (PSASBR, Sound Shapes)?


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+ luvtoseek on February 5th, 2013 at 6:10 pm said:

@ 103, LeFabuleuxDeux- Yes, just like “When Vikings Attack,” “Kyatt Underground,” “Retro City,” etc…


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+ TiggoRech on February 5th, 2013 at 6:11 pm said:

Where’s a update about PSone games? Have a lot of great PSone games available for PS3 and PSP, but isn’t available for PS Vita in PS Store. :(
Would be so good play Crash Bandicoot 1, 2, 3 and the Silent Hill in the PS Vita. *-*


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+ TurismoM3 on February 5th, 2013 at 6:13 pm said:

Question for Morgan,

I’m a little confused about the Bentley’s Hackpack game. I bought the retail version Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, is the content from Bentley’s Hackpack already in the Sly Cooper game? Since it says “Featuring hacking mini-games from Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time”.

I just don’t want to buy it only to find out it the exact same thing. If its more mini games above & Beyond! what’s on the Sly Cooper disc, that’s fine. I’m sure other people are wondering this.

Thanks


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+ LeFabuleuxDeux on February 5th, 2013 at 6:22 pm said:

@104, Is this true even of PSASBR? I don’t see “cross buy” labelled on the PSN version, it’s only on the retail version that it is labelled as cross buy.


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+ KILLZONE79 on February 5th, 2013 at 6:25 pm said:

Where are borderlands 2 PSN Avatars, Every tuesday im hoping theres borderlands 2 PSN avatars, cmon game of the year, shooter of the year


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+ RewVitalize on February 5th, 2013 at 6:27 pm said:

I would’ve liked to download Final Fantasy 5, but for whatever reason it’s still not available on the PS Vita PSN. So…


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+ dorkgeniuz21 on February 5th, 2013 at 6:28 pm said:

Good thing I just bought the ps vita disk version……I was going to get the ps3 version for the vita version but my card is already almost over the limit and 3.5 gb will make me have to delete ps allstars & gravity rush and im not doin it…lol


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 6:35 pm said:

@110 The ps3 disc of Sly Cooper includes the vita as a bonus.

@106 The hacking games are done during the jobs in game, thus why Bentley’s Hackpack exist.


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+ BLite on February 5th, 2013 at 6:37 pm said:

“Play a pixel-perfect rendition of Atari’s classic Asteroids”

Asteroids is a vector-graphics based game. It is impossible for us to play a pixel-perfect rendition of Asteroids because traditional “pixels” don’t exist on vector displays (and because we all have matrix or raster scan displays anyway.)

Sorry… that just bugs me.


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+ Metric-Inchworm on February 5th, 2013 at 6:43 pm said:

@107 I bought PS All Stars on PSN and from buying the PS3 version, the Vita version appeared in my download list.

Does anyone know if the disc benefits for Sly 4 are fixed yet? I don’t want to walk back to my apartment to redeem it and find out it’s still not ready yet.


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+ AutomaticOcelot on February 5th, 2013 at 6:43 pm said:

Yep $45 of day one DLC for Dead Space 3. Welcome to the next generation. ;p


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+ Demonbird on February 5th, 2013 at 6:44 pm said:

Well, now when I go to disc benefits for sly 4 it just hangs for five minutes on “please wait” and then gets an error.

It seems to be getting worse…


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+ AutomaticOcelot on February 5th, 2013 at 6:44 pm said:

@BLite: Stop being smarter than the average consumer and marketer put together. ;)


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+ torch73 on February 5th, 2013 at 6:46 pm said:

I knew there was going to be a problem with the disc version of the game for vita i posted it yesterday!! sony you are screwed up !! that’s why i pre order the vita version at game stop !!!! you got me once with the R&C FFA CROSS BUY that we still don’t have !! LOL !! Good Luck Guys !! DONT BUY ANY GAMES JUST FOR CROSS BUY ANYMORE ITS A FAIL !!


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+ Demonbird on February 5th, 2013 at 6:49 pm said:

Why don’t you just include a code for the cross buy games? It would actually work, and there would be no functional difference from the disc benefit feature.


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+ Metric-Inchworm on February 5th, 2013 at 6:51 pm said:

@117 Cross buy is a great thing, and it’s worked just fine in plenty of ways. Just because there are a few bugs being ironed out as we speak doesn’t make it bad. The PSN version of Sly 4 is working great for cross buy, and I can still play my PS3 copy while I wait for it on my Vita.

Let me list off a couple games that I didn’t need to buy twice thanks to cross buy:
Sound Shapes, Retro City Rampage, PS All Stars, Bentley’s Hackpack, LittleBigPlanet’s DLC, Sly 4 by tomorrow, and Full Frontal Assault once they release the Vita version.

Cross Buy is a brilliant plan, just with some slight execution issues. It’s anything but a fail.


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+ Demonbird on February 5th, 2013 at 6:55 pm said:

@119 Cross buy is great. Digitally. So far, in physical practice via disc benefits it has been almost nothing but problems. If they would just include redemption codes it would be perfect, but this needless disc registering system is ruining this.

Sly 4 would be working right now had they used codes.


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+ torch73 on February 5th, 2013 at 6:58 pm said:

@119 PLEASE EVERY GAME YOU LISTED ARE DL GAMES NONE ARE DISC AND SO FAR 2 HAVE BEEN A FAIL LMAO R&C WAS RELEASED LAST YEAR THEN DELAYED WTF THEN THEY SAID JAN 29 AND BAM NOTHING NOT EVEN A WORD THEY WONT EVEN REPLY TO A POST ABOUT IT …. WELL MAYBE NOW THEY WILL LOL!! YOU KEEP WAITING AND ENJOY YOUR STAY AT HOME VERSION


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+ Metric-Inchworm on February 5th, 2013 at 7:00 pm said:

@120 I’ve seen plenty of issues with codes before. Arkham City used bonus DLC codes in their games, and many of the discs shipped without it. I’ve had codes that came with games I’ve tried to redeem but didn’t work. I like that I could buy a used copy of a game and I can still get a Vita copy. (I haven’t tried that, though.) Not to mention, if you’ve noticed, Sly 4 didn’t ship with a manual. Printing stuff costs money, and making the Cross Buy work this way is much more cost effective.


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+ dodgedoors on February 5th, 2013 at 7:02 pm said:

15 days till I go on amazon.com and pledge a whole lot of money to the gods of video games


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 7:02 pm said:

@113 @115 You’ll have to wait awhile as its currently being fixed.


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 7:04 pm said:

@122 The digital manual was intentional according to Sanzaru on another blog post.


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+ Demonbird on February 5th, 2013 at 7:06 pm said:

@122

“Making crossbuy work this way”

If only it did work. PSABR had issues, Ratchet doesn’t even have the option yet, and this one isn’t working at all. Frankly, Codes don’t work 100% of the time, but they certainly work the vast majority of the time. That’s much more than we can say for disc benefits and cross buy.

They clearly don’t have a functioning system in place for it, and shouldn’t be doing it this way because of that.


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+ Metric-Inchworm on February 5th, 2013 at 7:07 pm said:

@121 You should really get your shift button fixed or turn off caps lock. You’re right about all of them being digital, but you said all of cross buy “IS A FAIL.” Get your argument (and grammar) straight. I’m not opposed to waiting an extra day or so to get my Vita version. I paid an extra $10 so I can get better graphics, 3D, and the ability to loan it to friends on top of what you got. I don’t mind playing it on PS3 for an extra day for them to work out their issues. Seriously, a short delay isn’t a big deal to me.

As for FFA, I don’t plan on buying it until the Vita version is available. When it is, I’m just going to go half and half with a friend who wants it for PS3. Again, waiting is cool with me. Having the game is better than not having it.

@125 Really? I checked it out, and I thought it was pretty neat. They did a great job with it. Who says that it didn’t help cut costs, though? That’s why Vita games don’t ship with manuals.


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 7:14 pm said:

@127 The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 10:28 am said:

Is it intentional for Sly 4 to not have a print manual in the case? I bought this a bit ago for Ps3 and not iced no print manual, just a digital one.

+ Cristian Cardona on February 5th, 2013 at 10:52 am said:

Yes, that was intentional. The manual is digitally on the disc.


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+ torch73 on February 5th, 2013 at 7:17 pm said:

@127 Look Have FUN im on the vita version as we have are last words disc version crossbuy is Junk and a Fail .. I don’t wish it was but it is I will never buy another one again … Well maybe if the have it Fix 100% 0 Fail then i might take another stab at it in the future

GL


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+ Metric-Inchworm on February 5th, 2013 at 7:17 pm said:

@128 Huh. That’s cool. I’m pretty sure that it was still to cut costs, though, since he never gave a reason for it. That’s why manuals are mostly going away/digital now.


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+ torch73 on February 5th, 2013 at 7:21 pm said:

@126

Ratchet does have the disc benefits Option on the game on the XMB but it does not work


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 7:23 pm said:

@130 Some of the time when getting games used, the manual is missing. I thought I got ripped off when I got the game new.


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+ darkwonders on February 5th, 2013 at 7:23 pm said:

Last week you said Cubixx was going to be free through the 6th. It’s not the 6th yet and it’s $2.99. did something change?


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+ KingTygerVII on February 5th, 2013 at 7:25 pm said:

the thing i loved the most was One Piece 50% off, and the DLC too, i had to sell some stuff, to get the 40$ card, but i gladly did it for One Piece ^_^, now if next week collection, you can add Sleeping Dogs like the EU, or something of equal fun….. Batman Arkham CIty GoTY edition, then no one will complain about the EU getting Sleeping Dogs… hell even Metal gear Collection HD, or DMC Collection or God of War 3, something that epic will make everyone forget the EU offers :) we USA, we should always ONE up everyone hahhaahhaa


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+ amanofsilence on February 5th, 2013 at 7:36 pm said:

I would love to try PlayStation mobile, but my HTC One S, is not compatible because T-Mobile has yet to update the device.


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+ Motherboop on February 5th, 2013 at 7:38 pm said:

Sly Cooper Theives in Time has my highest reccomendation, to anyone on the line about getting it. I’ve vested a good amount of time into it today, and I’m amazed how well it turned out. Great fun for a low price.


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+ Squiggle55 on February 5th, 2013 at 7:38 pm said:

Fantastic update. Really awesome that Aqua Kitty is free! Cool that Puzzle Quest: Galactrix got a price drop. Hopefully the original gets a price drop soon too. And I’m very tempted to pick up Sly despite my backlog to show support.


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+ LJPvonzity on February 5th, 2013 at 7:39 pm said:

I keep getting error codes from Disc Benefits. Is the problem still trying to be solved?


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+ Tesal2005 on February 5th, 2013 at 7:40 pm said:

For everyone asking about Sly 4 for Vita with CrossBuy

Wait until RNC FFA to see the light or at least Sony Breaks The failure of communication, then ask about Sly 4 on vita

Ratched and Clank : Full Frontal Assault has been missing for disc benefits for over 60s or more/less with no sign or info or respond from Sony or whom every in charge about it.

Realy things is getting worse At Sony’s US in top of all in all getting worse everywhere :(

please we need an answer about RNC FFA at least – Yes I will wait for 2-4 months before I buy Sly cos it might take that long until we see Cross-anything with it.


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+ spudsudz on February 5th, 2013 at 7:40 pm said:

Funny thing, just for giggles I tried they’d Disc Benefits for R&C FFA and received the same download error we are getting for SC… We need a new Vita title R&C team with CS in – We Can’t Get Our Cross Buy On! Lombax and Raccoon sort of look similar…


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+ mdnghtatshrkys on February 5th, 2013 at 7:48 pm said:

@139 Ratchet and Clank: FFA has been delayed on Vita. You can’t even buy it normally on the PS Store. The reason you don’t have it is because it doesn’t exist yet for consumers. I’m sure once it’s ready (got delayed for a few months), there will be plenty of press so you can download your free copy.


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+ Enigma777 on February 5th, 2013 at 7:49 pm said:

I see absolutely no reason why you can’t link every single item on sale (or new items) in this post so that we can easily click on them and it would take us directly to the web PSN store…


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+ The_Dukenator on February 5th, 2013 at 7:54 pm said:

@142 If only. The web store is still on work, but you can already do this with xbox.


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+ Vhyra on February 5th, 2013 at 8:19 pm said:

So much Vita lovin’! Thank you, thank you, thank you!


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+ CaptenMidnite on February 5th, 2013 at 8:21 pm said:

How about Final Fantasy 5 for the Vita? I already paid my dues, dammit! It’s time for your effort. Release it already! Can you believe Europe has that game from the get-go? LMAO! Jeezus!


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+ DZORMAGEN on February 5th, 2013 at 8:34 pm said:

Another Sony Day 1 purchase another, dropped ball by Sony!! When is this company going to figure it out!? I’ve been loyal to this company for years (Since PlayStation), and it’s the same story every launch! Today is Sly! Sony are you sure about launching the PS4? It seems almost every game you release, it is messed up on Day 1! Get your act together, it does not look professional, nor does it look premium!


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+ Assassinjeph on February 5th, 2013 at 8:43 pm said:

Sly 4 is quite a large download, is it possible to move up the time they get updated to the store? I know that Dead Space 3 got uploaded at midnight, due to the increasing size of retail full games on psn it would make it easier for some to play on release day if all full games were treated this way.


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+ LA10_AGGIE on February 5th, 2013 at 8:46 pm said:

I hope Sly 4 sells well but it doesn’t seem that games that had disc release sold enough to make a profit. I haven’t seen commercials for this game nor did I see any on PS All Stars; the only one I saw for PS AS, didn’t even represent the game well IMO. Many complain how The Show isn’t going to be Cross Buy but it doesn’t need to any that benefit in order to sell copies….they know people will buy the PS3 version and those with Vita’s will also buy it (not leaving $ on the table).


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+ Junoh315 on February 5th, 2013 at 9:07 pm said:

With regards the the question about the Final Fantasy Sale. Final Fantasy 3 is the only numbered Final Fantasy game that is NOT on a Playstation system. Squaresoft thought that Americans were too stupid to be able to beat Final Fantasy 2 and 3 according to popular belief. They didn’t release them and the second game to reach US shores was Final Fantasy 4.

Don’t worry though, the Final Fantasy 2 in Origins IS the actual Final Fantasy 2 and it’s only available on the Playstation. Final Fantasy 3 is only available on the Nintendo DS unfortunately but it’s still a good game nonetheless. I had a DS before but the touch-screen died after a couple of years so now I only have my PS3 and PC to play games on.

I wish that they would pack all of the Nintendo and Super Nintendo Final Fantasy games with slightly better graphics on all major consoles. I’d buy that even if they asked $60. Any more would be highway robbery.

It WAS scheduled for a PS2 release but unfortunately Nintendo convinced Square Enix to instead put it on the DS. If you want to play Final Fantasy 3 then you’ll have to either put up with the Japanese version on the Nintendo or get a DS. Either way, you can’t play it on the PS3.


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