The Play For Japan initiative has done a lot to help raise funds for those affected by last month's earthquake and tsunami, but Play For Japan: The Album will be giving a lot back to you in return.
Sony has inducted a handful of new PlayStation 3 games into its budget-friendly Greatest Hits line, taking some of the console's best games from 2009 and 2010, slashing their prices and busying up their box art.
Well, well, well, what do we have here? Some price drops on a few of our favorite PS3 games is what.
One of the prime contenders for Kotaku's 2009 Game of the Year Award, Atlus' Demon's Souls joins the PlayStation 3 Greatest Hits line today, with the new $29.99 price tag sure to spark a resurgence of online play.
Confirming last night's Walmart ad, Sony has announced ten new titles joining the PlayStation 3's budget-priced Greatest Hits line, with inFAMOUS, God of War Collection, Killzone 2 and Resident Evil 5 and more now available for $29.99.
Times are tough, and money is tight. Who has $50-60 to spend on new games? Not as many people as there used to be, that's for sure. Now $30, that's more like it.
The price of the PlayStation 3 may be holding steady, but the software library just got a price cut, effective today. That includes a cheaper Metal Gear Solid 4, now sporting a tasteful new red "Greatest Hits" bar.
Sony today added six more Playstation 3 titles to their Greatest Hits library, dropping the price of the half-dozen to $30 each.
In Japan, they're already out. In Europe, they're on their way. But what of America's line of budget, re-released PS3 games? Well, they're also on their way. Here's a first look at the Greatest Hits Line's initial run of titles, lifted from a new K-Mart entertainment catalogue. Only three titles are pictured (the rest…