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Celebrate Vita's Birthday with free games and discounts!

PS Vita Screenshot - Tilting the PS Vita

Look I get it Sony. The Vita's first year wasn't as good as you hoped it would have been. And hey, I admit, we don't make it easy on you either, constantly reporting on low sales and using sad images of large animals fighting an uphill battle. However, I do have to admit that your dedication to the platform is pretty solid.

So what better way to celebrate Vita's first birthday than by giving away four free games? Don't get too excited though, as these aren't four PS Vita games. Instead, you're treated to a PS One classic and three PSP games. Thankfully they're pretty fantastic games though.

  • Wild Arms (PS one Classic)
  • Patapon (PSP)
  • Piyotama (PSP)
  • Patchwork Heroes (PSP)

Additionally, these PS Vita games are all on sale for 30% off, or 50% off if you'r a PlayStation Plus member. Not too shabby!

  • Army Corps of Hell
  • Big Sky: Infinity
  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
  • Dokuro
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS NEXT
  • Knytt Underground
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes French
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  • LEGO Lord of the Rings
  • Orgarhythm
  • Pure Chess
  • Retro City Rampage
  • Sine Mora (with Trial)
  • Spy Hunter
  • Street Fighter X Tekken
  • Sumioni: Demon Arts
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
  • FIFA Soccer 13 (30% off)
  • Madden NFL 13 (30% off)
  • Oddworld Strangers Wrath (25% off)

What's more, for every $50 you spend, you'll get $10 back.

If you're a PS Vita owner who is craving more use out of your shiny handheld, then there is no better time than now to jump on these deals. The deal starts today, March 5th, and will go until March 11th

Charmander
Mike Splechta GameZone's Editor-in-Chief, retro game enthusiast, savior of kittens. Follow me @Michael_GZ
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