PSN’s ‘11 for 2011’ PS3 Game Sale Kicks Off Tomorrow

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Hey look everyone. Sony is hosting a PSN sale that is actually worth a damn!

OK, that’s a bit harsh. PSN sales have been getting better in recent months, but typically it’s one good buy here, one good buy there. Certainly nothing on the level of what Steam users get on almost a weekly basis. Until now!

The ‘11 for 2011’ PSN sales kicks off tomorrow when the PlayStation Store update goes live, bringing with it a 50% price slash on 11 downloadable PS3 games through January 31st — and 11 good games at that. Take a look.

* Costume Quest – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
* DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
* Hoard – $7.49 sale price; $14.99 regular price
* Soldner-X2: Final Prototype – $6.49 sale price; $12.99 regular price
* MotorStorm 3D Rift – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Peggle – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Space Invaders: Infinity Gene – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Swords & Soldiers – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Tumble – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Comet Crash – $4.99 sale price; $9.99 regular price
* Shatter – $3.99 sale price; $7.99 regular price

I reviewed Costume Quest here and covered Swords & Soldiers and Hoard in our Downloadable Game Buyer’s Guide, and I can also personally vouch for Space Invaders: Infinity Gene from brief play experience. I’ve heard nothing but good things about the others, so you really can’t go wrong with any of these titles. I’m thinking about getting Shatter and Tumble myself — anyone played either of those? Thumbs up, thumbs down?

Kick Off the New Year with PlayStation Network’s ‘11 for 2011’ PS3 Game Sale [PlayStation.Blog]

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