PSN flash sale includes Retro City Rampage, Braid, and more

Sony is surprising PSN users with a weekend 99 cent flash sale, featuring many PS1 and PS2 classics, along with more recent titles, like Retro City Rampage and Braid.


Sony is surprising many of its users with a sudden flash sale, offering discounts on a number of digital games for PlayStation 3, Vita, and PSP. Many of the games on sale are PS2 and PS1 classics, however, there are also some more recent games on the docket, including Retro City Rampage, Braid, and Tokyo Jungle. The sale is expected to last through the end of this weekend. The full list of titles can be found after the break.

These are the titles currently on sale through the PlayStation Store:

  • Back to the Future: The Game – Full Series (PS3)

  • Blast Factor (PS3)

  • Braid (PS3)

  • Crash Bandicoot (PS3, PSP)

  • Crash Bandicoot 2 (PS3, PSP)

  • Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (PS3, PSP)

  • Crash Commando (PS3)

  • CTR: Crash Team Racing (PS3, PSP)

  • echochrome II (PS3

  • Everyday Shooter (PS3, PSP, Vita)

  • Gex: Enter the Gecko (PS3, PSP, Vita)

  • Gotham City Impostors (PS3)

  • Jurassic Park: The Game – Full Season (PS3)

  • Plants vs Zombies (PS3)

  • Red Faction PS2 Classic (PS3)

  • Red Faction 2 PS2 Classic (PS3)

  • Red Faction: Battlegrounds (PS3)

  • Retro City Rampage (PS3, Vita)

  • Retro/Grade (PS3)

  • Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse (PS3)

  • Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! (PS3, PSP)

  • Spyro: The Dragon (PS3, PSP)

  • Spyro: Year of the Dragon (PS3, PSP)

  • Stuntman: Ignition PS2 Classic (PS3)

  • Super Stardust HD (PS3)

  • Tales of Monkey Island (PS3)

  • Tokyo Jungle (PS3)

  • Urban Trial Freestyle (PS3, Vita)

  • When Vikings Attack (PS3, Vita)

  • World Gone Sour (PS3)

Thanks to Chatty poster Vimn for the tip.

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