While Microsoft and Valve are doing a bang-up job with their holiday sale, Sony’s PSN offerings have flown a bit under the radar. This week, Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed becomes a PS+ freebie on the Vita, while PS4 owners get Zen Pinball 2 at no cost – but of course tables cost money. PS3 purchases carry over, so you don’t have to worry about double-dipping. The PS3 gets Dragon Fantasy Book I and II in a bundle for $20, and a slew of games go on sale digitally as well. The Castle of Illusion reboot can be yours for $3.75, while DuckTales Remastered is $7.19. Epic Mickey 2 is only $10, but you’re better off getting both of the other Disney games for about that same expense. Proteus is $6 on the Vita and PS3, while Hotline Miami is only $1.50 on the PS3 and Vita if you missed it as a Plus game.
The Dragon Fantasy Book bundle gets a healthy discount from $20 to $8 if you’re a Plus member, while Diablo III can be yours for $35. A few games have gotten price drops, with Escapevektor going to $7, LIMBO going down to $10, and Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus and Abe’s Oddysee down to $6. Deals without Plus take Castle of Illusion down to $7.50, Epic Mickey 2 down to $20, Doki Doki Universe down to $10, the Dragon Fantasy Book Bundle down to $14, and Ducktales Remastered down to $9. A slew of GTA deals are available, with GTA IV down to $10, San Andreas down to $7.50, and GTA V down to $4. Hotline Miami can also be yours for $2.50, while Papo & Yo is $5, while Proteus is $8.50.