PS Vita PLAY campaign offers four weeks of SEN credits and PS Plus discounts

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 20 January 2014 23:06 GMT

Sony’s PS Vita PLAY promotion kicks off this week, highlighting four new Vita titles, with discounts and special offers for those who grab all of them.

As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, one new Vita game will be released in each PlayStation Store update staring this Tuesday and lasting for four weeks.

The four promoted titles are skateboarding sim OlliOlli (January 21), Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (January 28), Dustforce (February 4) and TxK (February 11).

All four games will be 20% off for PlayStation Plus members during their respective launch weeks.

Those who pick up two or more titles between January 21 and February 17 inclusive will receive a SEN wallet credit:

  • Buy any 4 PS Vita PLAY games to get $10
  • Buy any 3 PS Vita PLAY games to get $6
  • Buy any 2 PS Vita PLAY games to get $3

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