Star Wars Pinball and Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower — both regularly $9.99 — will become free to PlayStation Plus subscribers with an update to the PlayStation Store tomorrow, Aug. 20.
According to a post on the PlayStation Blog, a timed trial for Payday 2 and the Killzone: Mercenary public beta are also headed to the PS Store tomorrow. Ms. Germinator, which was announced for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in late July, will be available for $9.99 or $7.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers Aug. 20 as well.
In honor of Fan Expo Canada, Sony is discounting Canadian-made games. Those discounts start tomorrow and include:
- Critter Crunch, regularly $6.99, on sale for $3.49 or $1.75 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, regularly $14.99, on sale for $10.49 or $7.34 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Guacamelee for PS3 and PS Vita, regularly $14.99, on sale for $10.49 or $7.34 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Lights, Camera, Party! , regularly $29.99, regularly $14.99 or $7.50 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Might & Magic Clash of Heroes, regularly $14.99, on sale for $7.49 or $3.75 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Nun Attack, regularly $2.99, on sale for $2.09 or $1.46 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Tales from Space: About A Blob Premium Bundle, regularly $7.99, on sale for $4.99 or $2.50 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Tales from Space: About A Blob, regularly $7.99, on sale for $3.99 or $2.00 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
- Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, regularly $9.99, on sale for $3.99 or $2.00 for PlayStation Plus subscribers
The second round of the Japanese game sale, which includes games like Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and Ragnarok Odyssey, will kick off tomorrow on the PlayStation Store as well.
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