Natsume holding massive PlayStation Plus sale
- Posted August 23rd, 2012 at 13:45 EDT by Mike Harradence
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Natsume has confirmed it’s kicked off a massive sale for PlayStation Portable software to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Harvest Moon.
Available exclusively for PlayStation Plus members, the sale includes five titles from Natsume at a discount ranging between 50-75% off the regular price.
Said Natsume president and CEO, Hiro Maekawa: “Harvest Moon celebrates 15 years in North America this year, and what better way to celebrate than by having a sale!”
“The three Harvest Moon titles on sale had an important role in shaping the series, and what it has become today both to us and our millions of fans.”
See below for the full list of titles available in the sale.
Adventures To Go! (10/27/2009) – $14.99 USD, sale price $7.50 (50% discount)
Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl (7/31/2007) – $14.99 USD, sale price $7.50 (50% discount)
Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley (5/20/2010) – $29.99 USD, sale price $7.50 (75% discount)
Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (5/15/2007) – $14.99 USD, sale price $7.50 (50% discount)
Reel Fishing: The Great Outdoors ( 11/6/2006) – $14.99 USD, sale price $7.50 (50% discount)
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- 9:48pm EDT - August 23rd, 2012
Yeah, this isn't a massive sale. It's a very small one and you can only make use of the discounts if you have a PS+ account, I can't even make one on my Vita without going to the store and getting a PS+ card. It's a very small sale with a bunch of uninteresting games, and you have to have a PS+ subscription to make use of it. You guys had me expecting more than what I had seen previously, how lame.
- 9:48pm EDT - August 24th, 2012
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