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PSN holiday sale now good through the rest of the weekend, select games half off

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From now until Monday morning, Playstation owners can enjoy big savings on select titles that are digitally purchased through the Playstation Store. The holiday sale was announced via the official Playstation blog on Dec 20, giving gamers one last chance to pick up cheap games on the Playstation Network before Christmas. However, since all discounted games are digital purchases, these holiday savings are strictly for the gamer looking to treat themselves. During the sale, players can find savings on several PS3, PS4, and PS Vita games.

The holiday sale discounts a handful of recent release with 50 percent off savings including Batman Arkham Origins and the PS Vita’s Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate. Much smaller discounts are also applied to titles such as Call of Duty: Ghosts on Angry Birds Star Wars for the Playstation 4. Players should visit the Playstation Blog for a complete listing of titles featured in the holiday sale which include Lego Marvel Superheroes, Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus, and more.

The PSN holiday flash sale is now underway and will continue through the remainder of the weekend.

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