EA Offers Holiday Bonus Editions Of Four Games On PlayStation Store
Sportsball! Where men can be men, shooting for touchdowns and swinging for goals with the support of their teammates and a competitive glare from their teammates. There's nothing like walking out onto that field with your football cap on and hearing the roar of the crowd as your team scores basket after basket. And if you're as versed in sportsball as I am, then you might be interested in a set of sporting bundles being offered by EA over on the PlayStation 3, offering deals on everything from Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13, to Madden NFL 13.
Available now, the those two games I mentioned above, as well as NCAA Football 13 and FIFA Soccer 13 have all been made available in special holiday bundles on the PlayStation Store, complete with some extra DLC at a discounted price. According to the announcement on the PlayStation Blog, these “Bonus Editions” will be available all month long so, if you're not into spending money on yourself through the holidays, maybe these deals will give you an idea or two to add to the ole Christmas list.
Kicking things off is the Madden NFL 13 Bonus Edition, which includes the full regular game, as well as the Madden Ultimate Team content, all for $49.99.
If college foosball is more your speed, then you might want to check out the NCAA Football 13 Bonus Edition instead. This package comes with the regular game, as well as the Heisman Bundle, all for $49.99.
Over to the sport the rest of the world calls “football,” the FIFA Soccer 13 Bonus Edition comes with the full game and 2,200 FIFA Points to spend in the FIFA Ultimate Team mode, all for $49.99.
We end with a game that's kind of like football, except not even in the slightest way. The Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 Bonus Edition comes with the full game, as well as the Five Course Pack DLC, all for $59.99.
Those first three bundles account for a savings of $20 a pop with Tiger Woods' savings totaling $25. To take advantage of these deals, just head on over to the PlayStation Store sometime before December wraps up.
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