You may have noticed that in a spate of Stalinist revisionism, I have deleted the first two entries into the planned 26-parter 'A-Z of PSN', as if they never existed. I realised, you see, that I couldn't be bothered to commit to such a task - I'd much rather be free to write stuff about games when I want, as opposed to being tied down by promises that I made. This self-imposed burden is now lifted, dear reader, as all evidence of my promise has been removed.
Anyway, back to the here and now. PSN has the best sale they've ever done on at the moment, and I just thought I'd share with you some of the games you can get at cheapo prices. No, I don't work for Sony, it's just that this sale is excellent, and weirdly has not been advertised as much as previous sales, which have been generally underwhelming. PlayStation Store sales are usually slapped right on the homepage for all to see, but this one, by far the best I've ever seen, has been hidden behind menus.
In this sale I bought Rush 'n' Attack: Ex Patriots, Zombie Apocalypse and the supposedly brilliant Outland all for £9.97. These are all full PSN titles too, with nary a mini in sight! Other treats include the amazing Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (try to forget the film) for £3.99, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light for £5.49, and the crowning glory, the magnificent Beat Hazard Ultra for only £1.59. I know I bang on about this game all the time, but it is genuinely some of the best fun you can have on PS3 (or 360/PC, I assume) and I love it. Even if you're unsure about it, give it a bash - £1.59 isn't a lot to risk.
There are other offers on there too, which I've probably forgotten about, but I hope this has been helpful, or at least killed some time. I'm off to see if my games have finished downloading.