Indian Playstation Store update for 27th September

This week’s Playstation Store update includes the digital release of Starhawk and the much anticipated Tokyo Jungle. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD edition is now available as well. PS3 essentials finally debut as well on Sony’s digital marketplace.

Mirror’s Edge is finally available on the store, along with the release of Infamous Collection (Includes Infamous 1, Infamous 2 and Infamous Festival of Blood). PS2 classic game Grand Theft Auto III is also available, while FIFA 13 preorders end on the morning of 28th September, when the full game unlocks.

Check out the full update below (prices in brackets are for PS+ members):

Playstation Plus

  • Tokyo Jungle – Rs. 592 (20% off)
  • Starhawk Campaign Mode – Free  (includes various DLC items and the game soundtrack)
  • Super Stardust Portable (PSP) – Free

PS3 Games

  • Assassin’s Creed 2: Game of the Year Edition – Rs. 999
  • F1 2012 – Rs. 2499
  • FIFA 13 (Unlocks on 28th) – Rs. 2499
  • inFAMOUS Collection – Rs. 1899
  • Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition – Rs. 850
  • Mirror’s Edge – Rs. 999
  • Starhawk – Campaign Mode – Rs. 1099 (Free)
  • Starhawk – Multiplayer Mode – Rs. 1099
  • Tokyo Jungle – Rs. 740 (Rs. 592)

PS3 DLC

  • The Amazing Spider-Man
- Rhino Challenge – Rs. 170
- Stan Lee Adventure Pack – Rs. 170
- Oscorp Search and Destroy Pack – Rs. 170
  • Darksiders II- Argul’s Tomb Pack – Rs. 295
    - Death Rides Pack – Rs. 295

PS3 Demos

  • NBA 2K13
  • Starhawk (single player)

PS Vita games

  • New Little King’s Story – Rs. 1899
  • Table Ice Hockey – Rs. 115

PS Vita demos

  • Silent Hill: Book of Memories
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2 Responses to “Indian Playstation Store update for 27th September”

  1. KC says:

    can you ask them why some older PSone titles like Final fantasy 7, 8, 9 are not avb?

  2. The Indian Store is handled from Europe, and what gets added to it is up to each individual publisher. When they release a game, they’re given a list of stores where they can release it, and if they choose not to include India, we don’t get it.

    I’m guessing the cost adds up with each store that you release on.

    So this has more to do with Square Enix than Sony. At least that’s what Sony says.

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