PlayStation Network is offering sales this week on Sega games and Sony's Music Unlimited service, with extra discounts for PlayStation Plus members, according to the official PlayStation Blog.
For a limited time, a year-long subscription to Music Unlimited will cost $12 for PlayStation Plus members and $59.99 for non-members. The music streaming service is compatible with devices like the PlayStation 3, Vita, Android devices, iOS devices and PC.
PlayStation Plus members can also download Sonic Bundle, a compilation of the first two Sonic games in HD with Trophy support, for free.
The post also lists discounts on several Sega games. The sales are available for everyone, but Plus members receive additional discounts. The games include:
- Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown Complete Edition for $19.99, $14.99 for Plus members
- Hell Yeah Bundle (including the game and two DLC packs) for $14.99, $10.49 for Plus members
- Nights into Dreams for $6.99, $4.89 for Plus members
- Jet Set Radio for $6.99, $4.89 for Plus members
- Sonic Adventure 2 for $6.99, $4.89 for Plus members
- Sonic Adventure 1 & DLC Bundle for $4.99, $3.99 for Plus members
- Sega Rally Arcade for $4.99, $2.99 for Plus members
- Space Channel 5: Part 2 $3.99, $2.99 for Plus members
The discounts above are in addition to those revealed last week, when Sony announced that PlayStation Plus would launch on Vita today.
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