The week’s Play-Asia specials: Dark Souls. Yes. Cheap Dark Souls

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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.

So what’s on for this week? Huge action this week. Whether it’s running through deep dungeons, running-and-gunning, or hacking through legions of the dead, there’s plenty here for a wide range of gamers.

Dark Souls (PS3) – If you have a PlayStation 3 and haven’t yet played this game you’re probably insane. Just kidding, of course, but Dark Souls is one of the finest games produced this generation, and for less than $20 you really can’t go wrong. Time to see what the fuss is about, folks.

Street Fighter X Tekken (Vita) – One of the better fighting games on the Vita, Street Fighter X Tekken is a great game for on-the-go biffo. It’s a full console quality title and having that in the pocket can’t be beat. Hah, pun, right?

PlayStation 2 Classics – Play-Asia is also clearing out some PlayStation 2 classics. You’ve got Shin Megami Tensei: Nocture (bit of trivia; in Australia my review of that game for the Official PlayStation 2 magazine was quoted on the box. This made me happy), the original Kingdom Hearts, and Persona 3. Not bad grabs if you’ve not played them before!

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