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PlayStation Store tries a PlayStation Plus exclusive sale this week

by Ron Duwell | May 27, 2015May 27, 2015 8:20 am PDT

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This week’s PlayStation Sale is trying something a little new in that only those who are a PlayStation Plus subscriber need apply. If you are a member of Sony’s social elite for the $50 a year you pay, then you have some discount options awaiting in your near future.

Check out what only special people can snag cheaply below.

Title Platform PS Plus Specials Price Original Price
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Bundle PS3 $11.24 $14.99
Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin PS3 $31.99 $39.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse PS+ Bundle PS3 $44.99 $49.99
Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires PS3 $27.99 $39.99
Helldivers Turning Up The Heat Edition PS3 $17.99 $19.99
Bloodborne PS4 $47.99 $59.99
Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin PS4 $47.99 $59.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse PS+ Bundle PS4 $53.99 $59.99
Helldivers Turning Up The Heat Edition PS4 $17.99 $19.99
The Order: 1886 PS4 $47.99 $59.99
Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist Of Dusk PS Vita $27.99 $39.99
Helldivers Turning Up The Heat Edition PS Vita $17.99 $19.99
Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart PS Vita $27.99 $39.99
Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines Bundle PS Vita $14.99 $19.99

Of course, those who don’t yet own Bloodborne can get it for a steal at $47.99. That’s a bargain you shouldn’t overlook. The same might go for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin if you are a fan, but I’m still not really down with that game. Give your money to Bloodborne instead.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse is also a solid purchase if that’s your thing, even if the $53.99 price tag is not that great of a discount. On my side of things though, there is nothing I really want here. I’ve wanted to give the Atelier games a chance for a while, but hat price is a little too high to blindly buy into.

Oh well, better luck next week anyway. I’m too stoked to be playing Mega Man 8 again to care.


Ron Duwell

Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...

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