This week’s Play-Asia specials: Persona 4 Golden for cheap!

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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? Persona 4 on the Vita. There’s other stuff but… well, Persona 4 on Vita

Persona 4 Golden – If you haven’t played Persona 4 yet, there is no reason whatsoever to miss grabbing it on sale. Read our review, and if that doesn’t convince you how great this port is, then I’m sorry, I have no idea how you could call yourself a gamer (just kidding!)

Spec Ops: The Line – If you’re not much into Japanese RPGs, then perhaps this game will interest you. Spec Ops is a game that has developed a bit of a reputation for having a story that actually makes players think. For a shooter, that’s pretty impressive stuff.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 – Call us crazy (well, don’t, because that would be mean) but we prefer PES to FIFA. There’a a greater intensity and challenge level, and the on-field action feels just that bit more realistic. If you haven’t played one of these for a while, here’s a good opportunity to step away from FIFA for a moment and give the competition a chance.

Thank you again for your support, and enjoy the games! Just click on the image below to be taken to the Play-Asia website. We thank you for your support by buying your games through our Affiliates program.

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