The PlayStation Network will offer 13 games at 50 percent off over the next 13 days, with each day of its "13 for '13" sale offering a deal on a different game, PlayStation announced on its official blog today.
Beginning tomorrow and running through Jan. 28, PSN users can grab a new game for PlayStation 3 each day at half its regular price, while PlayStation Plus users will enjoy a 75 percent discount on each title. The full list of games to be made available include new releases from late in 2012 as well as older classics:
- LittleBigPlanet Karting for $19.99 (PS Plus for $10)
- The Unfinished Swan for $7.49 (PS Plus for $3.75)
- Ratchet & Clank for $7.49 (PS Plus $3.75)
- Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for $3.99 (PS Plus for $2)
- Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Complete Collection for $12.49 (PS Plus for $6.25)
- Warp for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
- Shank 2 for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
- Nights Into Dreams for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
- Jet Set Radio for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
- The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut for $9.99 (PS Plus $5)
- Psychonauts for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 for $19.99 (PS Plus for $10)
- Machinarium for $4.99 (PS Plus for $2.50)
Sony is also offering 13 popular films from 2012 at around a 10 percent discount, including Drew Goddard's The Cabin in the Woods, adult comedy Ted and musical comedy Pitch Perfect.
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