Capcom’s Labor Day Weekend PSN Deals

Fans of Capcom’s digital collection will appreciate this first bit of news. As of yesterday, we’re making an offer you can’t refuse. We’ve gone through our library of digital games on the PSN and bundled them together into one perfect package for your gaming budget.

We’re not just talking about a couple of games here- this a veritable cornucopia of gaming. A true pu pu platter of entertainment. A buffet of goodness. A taste test of PSN downloadable delights. A Whitman’s Sampler of non-chocolate sweet treats. An Eastern Koisk of Capcom titles. Okay, I made that last one up.

Here are the details!

Super Pack, featuring eight of Capcom’s hottest PSN titles for $49.99. The Super Pack includes:
*Super Street Fighter II HD Remix
*Flock!
*Age of Booty
*1942
*Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando
*Super Puzzle Fighter 2 HD Remix
*Rocketmen: Axis of Evil with the It Came from Uranus pack included.

Combo Pack, featuring five of Capcom’s hottest PSN titles: $29.99. The Combo Pack includes:
*1942
*Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando
*Super Puzzle Fighter 2 HD Remix
*Rocketmen: Axis of Evil
*Rocketmen: It Came from Uranus mission pack.

We’re not done yet! Right now, PSP owners can also download Capcom’s newest fighting masterpiece on PSN. You haven’t experienced a true heart-stopping handheld brawler until you’ve experienced Fate/unlimited codes.

Based on the hit Japanese manga and anime series, Fate/unlimited codes takes place in Japan, where seven pairs of magical combatants compete for the ‘Holy Grail’ that will grant them any wish. This compelling combat experience for the PSP system features a deep roster of characters and unique fighting moves, while employing a fast-paced, weapons-based fighting system that is sure to meet any Capcom fans highest expectations. The original arcade version has been greatly updated for the PSP system, and designed in such a way so that anyone can pull-off a speedy action move with the most basic fighting game controls.

For those feeling confident enough to take on human competition, Fate/unlimited codes supports local network play on the PSP system, allowing two players to duke it out wirelessly. Additionally, the game has dozens of unlockable secrets, including alternate costumes, missions and other bonus challenges. Fate/unlimited codes has been developed by Cavia in association with Eighting, the development team that brought you Tatsunoko vs. Capcom™ and Bloody Roar.

Fate/unlimited codes is rated T for Teen by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) and available for download on the PlayStation®Store for $29.99.

4 thoughts on “Capcom’s Labor Day Weekend PSN Deals”

  1. Bundling it like that was definitely really smart of Capcom. I don’t own any of those Capcom PSN games but the sad thing is, I won’t be with my PS3 until winter break…

    Fate/Unlimited sounds like it’s an awesome game but at $29.99, I don’t know, that a bit hefty of a price for a game like that.

  2. Bundling it like that was definitely really smart of Capcom. I don’t own any of those Capcom PSN games but the sad thing is, I won’t be with my PS3 until winter break…

    Fate/Unlimited sounds like it’s an awesome game but at $29.99, I don’t know, that a bit hefty of a price for a game like that.

  3. Yeah, I’m not sure about that Fate/unlimited price point, either. I haven’t played it, and I don’t think I will for that price…but I’m not into the franchise so I guess it’s different if you are.

  4. Yeah, I’m not sure about that Fate/unlimited price point, either. I haven’t played it, and I don’t think I will for that price…but I’m not into the franchise so I guess it’s different if you are.

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