PSN Sale Discounts PlayStation Classics

The PlayStation Store team has announced that, as part of today’s regular update, a slew of PSone classics will receive hefty discounts. The list includes games such as Crash Team Racing, Syphon Filter, and Metal Gear Solid with prices ranging between £1.99/£3.99 per title. Here’s the full list:

  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Was €9.99/£7.99, now €4.99/£3.99
  • Command & Conquer: Red Alert – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.99/£1.99
  • Crash Bandicoot – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • CTR: Crash Team Racing – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Destruction Derby – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Fear Effect – Was €6.99/£5.49, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Guilty Gear – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Jumping Flash – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • MediEvil – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Metal Gear Solid – Was €9.99/£7.99, now €4.99/£3.99
  • Mickey’s Wild Adventure – Was €5.99/£4.79, now €2.99/£2.39
  • Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Rayman – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Rayman 2 – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Resident Evil 1, 2 and 3 Bundle – Was €14.99/£11.99, now €7.99/£6.49
  • Silent Hill – Was €6.99/£5.49, now €4.99/£3.99
  • Spyro The Dragon Trilogy – Was €9.99/£7.99, now €4.99/£3.99
  • Spyro The Dragon- Was €4.99/£3.99 , now €2.49/£1.99
  • Syphon Filter – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Tekken 2 – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Tomb Raider – Was €5.99/£4.79, now €2.99/£2.39
  • Tomb Raider 2 – Was €5.99/£4.79, now €2.99/£2.39
  • Twisted Metal – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • Warhawk – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99
  • WipEout – Was €4.99/£3.99, now €2.49/£1.99

Needless to say, it’s a fairly comprehensive list despite a few glaring omissions (Final Fantasy, anyone?) Either way, it gives gamers a chance to discover and relive a suite of solid titles on their PS3, PSP, or Vita.


The sale lasts until July 10th, marking the beginning of Sony’s PlayStation retrospective. The company’s look back at its gaming heritage will be spread over the next eight weeks and will hopefully bring more discounts to the table.



  1. excellent! Will be getting MGS and the spyro trilogy for sure, I never usually buy the classics, but these are priced on the good side of ‘just right’ for me.

  2. Does anyone know if the Resident Evil Trilogy will work on Vita? I don’t see it in the store on Vita and the website listing only shows compatibility with PSP and PS3. I’m assuming it will, but I don’t want to buy anything if it’s only going to work on the PS3 as I want it on Vita.


    • Both Resident Evil 2 & 3 are playable on Vita according to their pages on the store (dunno about the first Resident Evil tho) The bundle only says PS3 according to the store page. Hope that helps you out. ;)

      • I know that the three games play on Vita as they are all on the store, but the bundle isn’t available on the store via the Vita which is why I’m unsure if that would actually work or not.

        Hopefully it’s something that I can load via the PS3. I don’t mind doing it that way, I just don’t want to play them on PS3.

      • Ah, right man. I’d assume that the bundle is nothing different from just being the 3 single versions (in a bundle) If that makes sense ? :D

    • They all work.

  3. I have the digital and physical versions of Crash. Sony, give me another format to buy them in!

  4. Some excellent bargains to be had…….Abe’s Exodus – 2 quid……….MGS – 4 quid……..Spyro Trilogy – 4 quid……practically all games on the list are bargains.
    Oh, and before I forget…Command & Conquer : Red Alert – 2 quid !!?!!

  5. It’ll be mazin if they got sequels to Medievil, Wipeout and Tekken. Why has it taken so long? since my disc for Medievil 2 doesn’t work, its makes Dan’s err eye crawl in his grave or erm tomb (museum?)…. and Wip3out was my first Wipeout with Tekken 3 being the only ever Tekken game from the Playstation era to ever want to play.

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