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Submitted by ltachiUchiha 758d ago | news

PS Store Starting Special Indie Discounts From Tomorrow

More love for smaller developers.

By Peter Chapman

The recent love-in between Sony and its large (and growing) stable of independent developer partners looks set to continue. The PS Blog has just announced a new round of sales, this time focussed on independently developed games, starting tomorrow.

The first of the bi-weekly sales will see a trio of platformers discounted. Pid, Topatoi and Zack Zero will all be available from Wednesday 5th June at discounted rates.

Pid is down from €9.99/£7.99 to just €5.99/£4.79 and will also have a further 30 per cent lopped off if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber. Topatoi is cut from €9.99/£7.99 down to €3.99/£3.19 with a further 10 per cent for PS Plussers. Zack Zero is down to just €2.99/£2.39 from €9.99/£7.99, with another 25 per cent off if you subscribe to Plus.

The special offers will all run for a duration of two weeks before being replaced with new offers on indie games. (Indie, Pid, PlayStation Network, PS Vita, PS3, Topatoi, Zack Zero)

Credit url: thesixthaxis.com

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