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Sony’s Spring Fever line-up includes big discounts on popular PlayStation games

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Sony announced its Spring fever line-up for 2014 today, March 3rd. For four weeks, Sony will be promoting the release of games created by indie game developers and offering deals of some PlayStation's best games. Sony’s Spring Fever titles will be available via PlayStation 3, 4 and Vita.

Starting March 4th, PlayStation users will be able to take advantage of PlayStation Plus deals when purchasing Spring Fever games, if they are PS Plus members. During Spring Fever 2014, gamers will have access for several ‘Call of Duty’, ‘Need for Speed’, ‘BioShock’ and ‘Grand Theft Auto’ games at discounted prices.

Sony will also offer access to blockbuster movies including ‘The Hunger games’, ‘Man of Steel’, ‘The Internship’ starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson and more. There will also be great deals for popular television show, such as ‘Bates Motel’, ‘Haven’, ‘Being Human’ and more.

As an extra incentive, users may earn of $50 PlayStation store code when you visit www.getpscard.com.

Spring Fever 2014 starts tomorrow, March 4th and ends on March 31st. Find more information on the Indie launch games and other titles up for discounts on PlayStation's blog.

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