We’re headed into week 2 of PlayStation Store’s 10th Anniversary Sale with a new line up of game and movie favorites from the past decade. Starting now save up to 60 percent on titles like Helldivers, Need for Speed and Call of Duty Black Ops 3 Digital Deluxe Edition – as well as films like Kingsman, 10 Cloverfield Lane and more. PS Plus members save up to 70 percent.
It won’t be long now! Of all the many reasons to visit PlayStation Experience 2016 this December 3 and 4 in Anaheim, California, the opportunity to go hands-on with a slew of new and upcoming PS4 and PS VR games on the show floor is surely one of the brightest highlights.
This year, the lineup is looking strong. Below, see a near-final list of exhibitors you will find at PlayStation Experience 2016. It’s stacked!
PlayStation Store turns 10! Thanks to your continued feedback and support, PS Store has grown into the premier destination for gaming and entertainment content.
To celebrate a decade of downloads, we’re excited to announce the two-week “10th Anniversary Sale,” featuring some of the biggest hits from the past 10 years – as well as free special edition themes and more.
Halloween may have passed on, but we’re still celebrating the sinister at PlayStation Store with another week of Sale of the Dead deals. Starting now, save up to 80 percent on macabre movies and games. PlayStation Plus members save up to 90 percent.
For anyone who picked up a baseball glove or a video game controller in the last 25 years, there is no other name more synonymous with baseball in the 90’s and 2000’s than this year’s cover athlete for MLB The Show 17.
Destined for greatness, no player entered the Big League with more hype than the first pick of the 1987 MLB draft, and no player entered baseball’s Hall of Fame with a higher percentage of the vote than “The Natural.” A legend both on and off the field, “The Kid” inspired a generation of baseball fans with electric play, a contagious smile, enviable flair, and a swing that’s been imitated but never duplicated for almost three decades.
Almost twenty years since his last appearance in a baseball video game, Ken Griffey Jr. returns to the digital diamond as the cover athlete of MLB The Show 17.
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