NA PS Store Discounts: August 23rd, 2016

By Rebecca Smith,
This week doesn't bring along any special sales for the Playstation Store, but it does announce a first for PSN. Thanks to a team up between Capcom and Playstation, a number of PSN titles are appearing in Humble Bundle for the first time!

Capcom Humble Bundle

As Humble Bundle is not something with which Playstation players may be familiar, here's a quick rundown. The bundle provides a list of titles that are broken down into three tiers. Players choose how much they want to pay for the games, with higher payments unlocking the higher tiers of games. The price is then split between Capcom, charity and the organisers of Humble Bundle, with players able to choose the proportion of their payment that goes to each faction. For this bundle, the charities that will benefit are Save the Children, American Red Cross and

The bundle is available until 11AM PT on September 5th, so don't wait too long to check it out at this page. Here is the list of games:

Pay at least $1 to get these games

Pay more than the average payment to get these games

Pay at least $15 to get these games

Weekly Sales

Playstation 4 Games

TitleFull PriceSale PricePlus Price
Catlateral Damage $9.99$7.49N/A
Citizens of Earth $14.99$7.49N/A
Inside My Radio $14.99$10.49$8.99
Tembo The Badass Elephant $14.99$9.89N/A

Playstation 3 Games

TitleFull PriceSale Price
Aquapazza Aquaplus Dream Match $29.99$9.89
Catherine $19.99$9.99
Crazy Taxi $9.99$4.99
Hell Yeah Wrath of the Dead Rabbit $14.99$5.99
THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD 3 $6.99$4.96
THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD 4 $9.99$6.99

Playstation 3 DLC

TitleDLCFull PriceSale Price
Ace Combat Infinity STOCKED FUEL (50 UNITS + 10 FREE UNITS)$44.99$35.99

Playstation Vita Games

TitleFull PriceSale Price
Citizens of Earth Vita $14.99$7.49
PS Plus

Playstation 4 Games

TitleFull PricePlus Price
Armikrog $9.99$8.99
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.