Grab a Friend and Save with PlayStation Store’s Co-op Sale

PlayStation announced its latest themed sale on the PlayStation Store Tuesday, this time with a focus on co-op games in the aptly-titled Co-op Sale. As friends and family prepare to gather this week for Thanksgiving, now is the time to pick up a second controller and choose from more than 30 discounted PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita titles.

Ten PS4 titles, now the most sought-after deals on the PS Store, are discounted, including EA Sports UFC, Rayman Legends, Angry Birds Star Wars, LEGO The Hobbit (also on PS3 and Vita) and the highly-acclaimed and visually stunning RESOGUN.

Some of the big-name standouts on PS3 include Battlefield 3, Borderlands 2, Dark Souls II, Far Cry 3, LittleBigPlanet 2, and Rayman Origins.

NCAA Football 14, the last in the series, is on sale just in time for college football’s rivalry weekend. It’s joined by a few other sports games like Madden NFL Arcade, NBA JAM: On Fire Edition & NBA Blitz Bundle and 3 on 3 NHL Arcade (which came bundled with copies of NHL 13 and proved to be surprisingly fun).

Just like in October, PlayStation is again offering a $15 credit for users spending more than $100 on the PS Store from now until December 2nd. For details on the credit offer and a full list of games in the Co-op Sale, visit the PlayStation Blog.

The discounts are active now and continue through Monday, December 1st.

My Opinion:

This particular offering has a great selection, but hopefully we have an expanded Black Friday or Cyber Monday sale coming from PlayStation Store in the next week. A few of the games have been free via PS Plus this year, hindering this sale’s value. However, as is the case for most PS Store sales, it’s tough to complain when games are 60-80% off. I know it’s a little old news by now, but if I hadn’t already purchased NCAA Football 14 twice by now, I’d snatch it for $9.

Brian Hoerst is a dude living in New York City who types using a total of six fingers. He didn’t pay attention to his typing class in middle school. Follow him on Twitter.

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