Games bundled with DLC are to become available at a reduced cost; further discounts for PS Plus members; titles include Red Dead Redemption, BioShock 2, and L.A. Noire.
Sony has announced that the PlayStation Store will introduce a selection of Ultimate Editions on May 29. The editions will consist of games bundled with all available DLC at a reduced price, with further discounts available to PlayStation Plus members.
Some of the titles to become available include Red Dead Redemption, with Legends and Killers, Liars and Cheats, and Undead Nightmare; BioShock 2, with Exclusive Character Pack, Minerva's Den, The Protector Trials, Rapture Metro, and Sinclair Solutions; and L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition.
Rockstar's open-world Western with DLC will offer nine new multiplayer maps, more than 25 new multiplayer characters, additional new multiplayer weapons, and new trophies. The Red Dead Redemption Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.
The BioShock 2 edition will give players increased multiplayer rank (up to 50), four new multiplayer characters, six new multiplayer maps, six new trials maps, new weapons, and new trophies. The BioShock 2 Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.
The L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition includes the open-world crime adventure from Rockstar Games, with additional cases. The L.A. Noire Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.
For a full list of game titles that will be available, visit the official PlayStation Blog.
I'm pretty sure i typed au.gamespot.com into my browser! If this article is not for Australians and this kind of deal is not available to Australians either don't show it on this version of the site or more appropriately state somewhere in the article that this is currently only in the US. It's not that hard.
@RobDev True. I don't think it's available in canada either. USA always get special deals from M$ and sony.
This article also shows in the PC category...
@masterdrat Yeah, it was somewhat of a tease because I want RDR on PC so badly, but when I read the title one more time and saw SONY, I knew my dreams were shattered.
PlayStation plus members get some really sweet deals and xbox members you know what we get? a penis in the ass :( im not even gay to enjoy that.
When next-gen comes imma think really hard you deservs my money
Sounds like a good deal but I still prefer packaged videogames so I doubt I'll take much advantage of it.
@Vodoo chill out dude disc will be around for a while, even nxt gen consoles will have disc. But why not go digital? that way if the disc is damaged you wont have to buy new one. and if you buy it digitally you can just erase it when done playing it. and if you want to play it again it is there to redownload
@Ajheyhey @Vodoo that's not feasible for a huge number of reasons. mainly due to always needing internet to buy and likely if you want to play these games. other reasons are if your system breaks there goes your save data and likely your games will have to be repurchased in the case of the wii. they take up too much space on the hard drive, cost more as there is no competitive pricing like in the real world, you can't redownload it if they stopped having it for download or stopped online service for the system.
inFAMOUS 2 Complete Edition (PS Plus Price:$23.79)
Mortal Kombat Bundle (PS Plus Price:$24.49)
Yup, I think I can get them now
Buying the complete edition in form of physical disc would be much wiser. You'll have these games store securely away from your hard drive (save hard disc space & peace of mind for corrupt files); besides, it's about the same price you you would pay as Playstation Plus members.
I back off from my previous comment. Only 2 or maybe 3 games I know have nice deals. RDR GOTY for 20-30 is a good deal, but didn't know the others had a different price because I only saw that one haha.
65 for black ops? seriously? with plus barely 49? it's a 2010. can't believe Activision wants to sell that game at that price.
And so it begins... Sony is priming us gamers for digital downloads by offering awesome deals at great prices for the digital version. Using these old games won't do much, but when they start offering new games for cheap with all the dlc, that's when it's over. They'll sucker us in slowly over time with great discounts and content, then when we're ok with digital and disks are gone for good, they jack up the cost all around. DON'T FALL FOR IT PEOPLE!!! Always get newer games on disc, even if it's a few dollars more. Those few extra dollars will keep them from exterminating our rights as a consumer.
great idea but i cant wait a year or so to get the full game wit all dlc at cheap price and digital dwnload is way to go FUK disc
@Ajheyhey Ignorance is bliss huh Ajheyhey? Digital download is NOT the way to go! You think dlc is getting out of control now? All digital will give the publishers more reason to charge for things that should've been included. And what choice will you have? Wait till there's no more used game sales and they can charge whatever they want. New games $75/Old games $50. Just because you don't want to get your f@t, lazy a$$ to the store to buy a game doesn't mean the rest of us want to lose the last remaining bargaining chip we have, the last semblence of control in the consumers favor.
I like the idea of content availability, in case I ever need it right there and then. However I do prefer to own the disk.
For people who don't have a fast broadband connection, downloading games can take up to a day. It would be faster and cheaper to go out to the store and buy a hard copy. Cant understand how digital games are more expensive, surely it should be the other way round?
These aren't bad but should still be cheaper than the disc version. PSN has games on there for DL like AC:Revelations for $60 bucks and I got it recently for $19.99 at Best Buy on sale about a month or two ago. Get real Sony.
When I saw the picture and read "Sony announces", I was hoping for : Sony announces Redemption for pc". Damn you, sony.
This is a great idea, but I still prefer discs for two reasons - 1. I like collecting them and 2. digital games eat waaay too much hard drive space.
I almost got a heart attack when I saw John Marston in the picture before reading the news. I thought that Rockstar FINALLY announced a RDR2!.
@jcopp72 I've just l;ooked on line at JB - the cheapest by far and the RDR ultimate (GOTY) edition is around $45 - $50. So i can get it for $20. Not sure what the price issue is?
Lol I think this a pretty decent move by Sony but who doesn't own these games already!? They're essentials!..... If you don't I suggest you get on it!....... Right Now! ....... or when they make them available!
Yeah the hard drive space is of concern. Plus most of these are already available for equal or lesser value.
So you the hardrive space is a concern? You do know that you can upgrade your PS3's hard drive with a standard issue laptop one and a USB flash drive right?
But not everyone wants to spend another $200-$300 on a new hard drive. My original 60GB ran out a few years back and since I'm a huge gaming nerd, I dished out the money for a 500GB. Not many people are willing to do that though....
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