The week’s specials on Play-Asia

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Welcome to one of our new weekly features at Digitally Downloaded. If you’re on the hunt for some cheap games for your consoles, Play-Asia rotates around weekly specials, and there are often some really great bargains to be picked up.

As a disclaimer, Digitally Downloaded is a Play-Asia affiliate, and we do gain some income from any games you purchase by clicking on the link below. It’s win-win for you and us, as you get games cheap, and we get to eat (we tend to get cranky and write bad reviews when we’re starving), so we thank you for your support. The affiliate arrangement in no way affects our editorial coverage.

So what’s on for this week?

Atelier Rorona – If you’ve been reading Digitally Downloaded for a while then you will know that I love the Atelier series with a passion that rivals the fires of hell. It’s rare that these somewhat rare JRPGs go on special, and this is the first of the PS3 trilogy, so it’s a good place to start.

Dead or Alive Dimensions – One of the finest (and first) fighting games on the 3DS, Dead or Alive Dimensions does indeed bring the jiggle into the third dimension.

Lollipop Chainsaw – The game that won two awards of our reader’s vote games of 2012, Lollipop Chainsaw is another much-loved game around these parts.

Thank you again for your support, and enjoy the games!

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  • Of these so far I have only played Dead or Alive Dimensions and Mortal Kombat – both are a bit older now but both are REALLY good games for fans of fighting titles.

  • I am hoping the new Mortal Kombat Game makes its way to Australia now. It was previously banned, but as of January 1, Australia has an R18+ classification for games, meaning Mortal Kombat would be reclassified.

    It just depends whether Warner Bros. Sees the value in the expensive resubmission to the classifications board. Fingers crossed, because it looks like a great game.

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