Sony Gives Gamers 50% Off On Joe Danger, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker And More For Thanksgiving

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SCEA is kicking off the holiday season with a sale on PS3, PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) and minis titles from the PlayStation®Store. The PlayStation®Network “Stock Up for Winter Sale” offers gamers a chance to catch up on some of the best downloadable titles of 2010, including Joe Danger and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, for 50% off the original price. The sale begins on November 23, 2010 and will run through November 29, 2010.

The games that are included in the Fall Sale include:

PS3

  • PixelJunk™ Racers 2nd Lap – $3.49 sale price; $6.99 regular price
  • Top Gun – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
  • Gundemonium Collection – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
  • DeathSpank – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
  • Joe Danger – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price

PSP

  • Groovin’ Blocks PSP® – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
  • Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake – $9.99 sale price; $19.99 regular price
  • Dissidia™ Final Fantasy® – $9.99 sale price; $19.99 regular price
  • Dante’s Inferno™ PSP® – $19.99 sale price; $39.99 regular price
  • Metal Gear Solid® Peace Walker – $19.99 sale price; $39.99 regular price

Minis

  • Young Thor – $2.49 sale price; $4.99 regular price
  • Fieldrunners™ – $3.49 sale price; $6.99 regular price
  • Hero of Sparta™ – $2.49 sale price; $4.99 regular price
  • Alien Zombie Death – $1.99 sale price; $3.99 regular price
  • Monopoly® – $2.49 sale price; $4.99 regular price

Visit the PlayStation Store ASAP to stock up on games for the upcoming holiday season. The “Stock Up for Winter Sale” is available in U.S., Canada and Mexico and can be accessed through the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable and MediaGo.

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