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  1. Sony is running a flash sale this weekend on the Playstation Store. They are offering a wide range of PS3, PSV, PS2, PS1 and PSP games for only $0.99 each! Among them are classics like Twisted Metal: Black, The Legend of Dragoon and Wild Arms. Every genre is represented too so no matter what type of game you're nostalgic for, this sale has you covered. All games on sale are as listed below: Dino Crisis (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Dino Crisis 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Double Dragon Neon (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Dyad (PS3) $0.99 $14.99 Harvest Moon: Back To Nature (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Legend Of Dragoon (PS3/PSP) $0.99 $5.99 Machinarium (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Machinarium (PS Vita) $0.99 $6.99 Malicious (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Oddworld: Munch“s Oddysee HD (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Papo & Yo (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Syphon Filter (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Syphon Filter 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Syphon Filter 3 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Tekken 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 The Cave (PS3) $0.99 $14.99 Thomas Was Alone (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Thomas Was Alone (PS Vita) $0.99 $9.99 ToeJam & Earl (PS3) $0.99 $4.99 Twisted Metal: Black (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Urban Trial Freestyle (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Urban Trial Freestyle (PS Vita) $0.99 $6.99 Velocity Ultra (PS Vita) $0.99 $7.49 Velocity Ultra (PS3) $0.99 $9.99 Virtua Fighter 2 (PS3) $0.99 $4.99 Wild Arms (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Wild Arms 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita) $0.99 $5.99 Worms Revolution (PS3) $0.99 $14.99 Source: Playstation Blog Pulling the trigger on any of these classics?
  2. The new Playstation store might already be a few weeks old, but that doesn't mean Sony isn't finished working out the kinks and glitches in the store's updated design. This purchasing glitch specifically targets the people who are trying to use the Playstation Plus extended free trial service. Usually this trial service is used to try out games before you buy them, but since the new PS store released they've been doing a whole lot more than that. When you download one of these trials, the store will register it as you buying the actual full game. The game's price will vanish and it'll appear in your download history as being bought. While that might sound like a win win for you, you haven't actually bought the game. You'll still have a one hour limit to play. Here's where the annoying part comes in. Once that hour is up you'll be asked to purchase the full game. But you can't purchase it because the store has registered you as already having bought it. If you use the store search engine to find the game you'll be able to see it's price, but you still can't buy it. Instead the store will tell you the game isn't available for purchase and kick you back to the front page. There could be a way around this, but so far I haven't found it. I've been completely locked out from buying any game I downloaded a trial for. So if you're currently looking to buy a game off the PSN, you probably shouldn't download that free trial. Posts on Cheapassgamer confirm this glitch is effecting multiple users.
  3. Anyone who has looked at the Playstation store by now probably knows about Sony's most recent promotion in October - spend one hundred dollars and get twenty back in November. Sounds like a pretty decent deal if you were going to spend a hundred anyways, right? Well, after a lot of contest-entering and haggling with other people on trading forums, I actually managed to reach one hundred dollars spent on the Playstation store. Or did I? I might have reached the hundred dollars, but I certainly didn't spend it all. While that might not make sense to you, let me explain the rules to the promotion. You have to spend at least $100 in total. You can't put $100 in your account and then just get $20 in November. The reason this matters is after all of my purchases were said and done, I spent exactly $99.98. Two cents short of the mark. Of course, I'm not mad at Sony or anybody because of this, so please don't think I'm blaming them for anything. I was going to spend the money either way, I just can't help but laugh when I look at what is left in my PSN wallet. The only way it could be any less is if it was one penny. This is a fact. The reason I'm two cents short is because of the way things are priced on the Playstation store. I'm sure you've noticed that most downloadable titles go for an average of $9.99 or $14.99 when they're at full price. Things get a little trickier when you start getting into PSN+ discounts, but it stays pretty much the same throughout. I've been reading the comment sections of the Playstation Blog and other such sites and I've found two common situations among people trying to pass over the $100 mark with their Playstation Store purchases. The first being my situation of missing the $100 limit by just two cents. The second problem being that there isn't any real way to see how much money you've spent. Sure, it's pretty easy to do the math to see just how far off you might be from reaching the goal, but you have to remember that the people out there who are short by two cents think they've reached the goal. In their minds, they're already guaranteed the $20 bonus next month so they have no reason to check and make sure they've actually spent the $100 necessary. They're in for a rude awakening when they find out later this month that they don't have the $20 emailed to them, but it isn't just going to affect them. Your average forum poster When something involving free money goes awry, the first thing people are most likely to do is complain. Of course, the people who are most likely to complain didn't actually fulfill the requirements needed to get said free money, but that won't stop them from filling the Playstation blog with their less-than-happy messages. In the end, all of this will just pass by and the next promotion will start just like any other. If there's any reason for me writing this article, it is just to get the word out that you should probably go over your emailed receipts from your Playstation store purchases. You just might have missed the mark too. As always, thank you for reading. Be sure to check you've actually spent over $100 in October!
  4. Marcus Estrada

    Video Game Store Shelves

    From the album: Marcus's Album

  5. Marcus Estrada

    GameStop Outlet

    From the album: Marcus's Album

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