Sega announced that several of their items on the PlayStation Store are now on sale by 40% just in time for Christmas. The Sonic Unleashed packs, usually retailing for $2.99, are now only $1.99. For the six total content packs, that saves almost $6.00 total from the usual price. Of lesser note, the Sonic 2006 Very Hard stages are going for $1.49, down from $2.49. Gunstar Heroes, the PSN version of the Genesis/Mega Drive classic, is now pegged at $2.99. For Valkyria Chronicles, all three content packs are now priced at $2.99 each as well.
Also on the discount block are numerous downloadable PSP titles, which should be great news for those two of you that have the PSP-go. These include Alien Syndrome, Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars, Sega Rally Revo, Sega Genesis Collection, Sonic Rivals 1 & 2, Super Monkey Ball Adventure. All of these deals are good until Jan. 7th, 2010. No word if these deals will soon apply to other regions outside North America or if similar offers will be available for Xbox Live users. Che
Not to leave Wii owners out in the cold, Sega also announced ten virtual console titles are 40% off, the first time ever a sale has happened on Nintendo’s services. These include the first three Sonic titles, Gunstar Heroes, Toejam and Earl and other classics. All the titles are going for 400 Nintendo Points, or $4.00. The Virtual Console deals are valid until Jan. 6th, 2010
If you’ve been holding out on downloadable content, now may be the time to spring for them while the prices are down. No word if these deals will soon apply to other regions outside North America or if similar offers will be available for Xbox Live users. Check out the jump for the full prices and details.