Deals and steals. …well, 'tis the season and all that.

The Ultimate Editions for the PlayStation 3 are great ways to catch up on games you missed (but shouldn't have), and nine more – complete with all their extra content – are headed to the PSN this week. PlayStation Plus subscribers get their customary discount, of course.

Visit the PlayStation Blog for the full rundown of available sales. Here are a few of the "Ultimate" options: Alice Madness Returns , which will only cost you $19.99 ($15.99 for Plus members), Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood ($27.99, Plus peeps pay $22.39), and Deus Ex: Human Revolution ($34.99; Plus members get it for $27.99). If you can't find a single title on that list you don't want to play, there's something wrong with you and you should get yourself checked.

Lastly, there's one other way to save some cash: Buy anything on the PSN between November 20 and 26 that exceeds $60 (singly or collectively), and Sony will toss you a $10 PSN Wallet voucher next month. Just remember that you'll have to redeem it by January 6, 2013. Time to save!

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
8 years ago

Nope, don't need any of that. I already have Alice +DLC.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
8 years ago

Damn, I've already got them all on disc.

Expect for Alice 1, which I also got as a free D/L title when I bought Alice 2.

Killa Tequilla
Killa Tequilla
8 years ago

Also, for just $12 you can purchase a whole year of Music Unlimited. If you're a plus member. Thank you Sony, I get Unlimited Access to millions of shongs for just $1 a month.

In case anyone is wondering, the sound quality is top notch. Even on the PSVita.

PoopsMcGee
PoopsMcGee
8 years ago

I never thought about signing up for that until I saw this Plus deal. Now it's hard not to jump on it immediately but I don't know how much I'll actually use it…

Killa Tequilla
Killa Tequilla
8 years ago

Its really great. You can actually save music for offline play as well. If you have a PSVita you can set your music for offline play and listen to it in the background while you play games and stuff. $1 dollar a month, its a steal.

Simcoe
Simcoe
8 years ago

I've gotta agree, Music Unlimited is a great service. I've been subscribing to it since the spring. This is really a fantastic offer. Really like how playlists follow you regardless of device (for me Vita, PS3, PC). Also great is the ability to set playlists for offline play (as Killa T. noted).

DazeOfWar
DazeOfWar
8 years ago

These are great and all but the only problem is Sony really needs to get cheaper on their digital sales. I love my PS3 but buying digital just isn't worth it on here. Steam and many other sites are just killing it on digital sales now.

Sony wants $20(plus price) for the Saints Row 2 bundle which is old as crap. This just doesn't make sense when I bought Saints Row 3 with every piece of DLC for $12 on Steam. I'd love to buy more digital games on my PS3 but at these prices it's just not going to happen.

slugga_status
slugga_status
8 years ago

I have most of those already but if I didn't I'd likely just go and pick it up in store. These same titles are far cheaper in Wal-Mart, Gamestop, K-Mart, even Gamefly…