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Submitted by ktchong 2647d ago | news

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Sony's Crazy Sale

Sony Computer Entertainment Asia is bringing in the year of the Rat with a sale on a bunch of downloadable PlayStation Network games. From now until February 14, the games listed at Siliconera will only cost HK$39 (US$5). (You can get those deals if you bother to set up a Hong Kong PSN account and add money to it.) (Bacterius, Go! Sports Ski, Loco Roco Cocoreccho, Piyotama, PS3, PSP, Super Rub a Dub, Super Stardust HD)

Le-mo  +   2647d ago
February 7th can't come any sooner. I want my money. :)
SacT0wnF1n3st  +   2647d ago
I usually get a little bit more than 1 G for Chinese new year. New HDTV here I come.
meepmoopmeep  +   2647d ago
pretty sweet
i pretty much have all the psn games i want, but i'll double check to see if i want any of the others, for $5 it's a steal

EDIT: nvm... just realized i have all those games listed :(
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lim_ryan  +   2647d ago
locoroco good?
i enjoy the psp though
meepmoopmeep  +   2647d ago
i would pass on the PSN locoroco... it's not like the PSP version.. you guide the locoroco using a butterfly... i liked the psp game way better.

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