PSN’s 12 Deals Of Christmas No.11: Advanced Warfare And Ys: Memories of Celceta

The second to last 12 deals of Christmas is upon us, with only one day remaining in Sony’s holiday promotion that sees 12 days of sales for games on PlayStation platforms.

The 11th deal of Christmas is Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for both the PS3 and PS4, and Ys: Memories of Celceta for the Vita. You can find the pricing for these deals just below, and in case you need a little more information before deciding on making the jump for either of these games, you can find our review for Ys: Memories of Celceta here, and our review for Advanced Warfare here.


Both games are on sale now and will be good until 11.59am GMT on Tuesday morning.


Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Digital Pro Edition
Was €99.99/£89.99/AU$149.95, now €69.99/£64.99/AU$99.95

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
Was €69.99/£54.99/AU$99.95, now €44.99/£36.99/AU$62.95


Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Digital Pro Edition
Was €99.99/£84.99/AU$149.95, now €69.99/£59.99/AU$99.95

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
Was €69.99/£49.99/AU$99.95, now €44.99/£29.99/AU$59.95

PS Vita:

Ys: Memories of Celceta
Was €39.99/£34.99/AU$54.95, now €14.99/£11.99/AU$22.95
(Additional 20% Discount for PS Plus members)

Source: EU PS Blog



  1. Just bought Ys: Memories of Celcetta. Absolute bargain.

    • Yes, that deal tempted me too yesterday. Enjoying it so far, even if it did start with “mysterious hero can’t remember who he is or how he got there”.

      • Ah, the old amnesia trope. Can’t even remember how many times I’ve seen that one.

  2. For anyone tempted by COD on ps4, I bought it yesterday, make sure you use the Web browser to buy the ps3 version and you get the ps4 version for free. Saves you a few quid with Christmas just around the corner!

    • Now you’re just trying to tempt me with that little nugget of information. Buy PS4 version for a bit more than it is on Amazon, or buy the PS3 version and upgrade it for a little bit less?

      It’s tempting. And it’s got “Academy Award winning actor” in the description, so it must be good. (Although now I can only think of him as Frank Underwood in Netflix’s brilliant House of Cards, so that’d be weird)

      Right. The good people of TSA have a couple of hours to convince me one way or the other. Do your best.

      • Just buy it. Similes. £30 you can’t go wrong. If you do a bit of online shopping around you can get psn credit for a bit cheaper, so it’ll cost you about £26 in the long run.

      • Oh, all right then. If you insist.

        And since I happen to have a load of Amazon vouchers anyway…

        Which were “free” for doing some surveys. A good way to get a few hundred quid to spend on games every year. So it effectively costs me £0. Actually, due to another thing I do which involves 30 seconds of telling someone what I’ve been buying, it really costs me MINUS £1.

        I’m going to need to delete some stuff from the PS4, aren’t I?

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