PlayStation's Mid-Year Sale slashes game prices across PS4, PS3, PS Vita and PSP

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This year's Steam Summer Sale may have all the attention (and wallets) right now, but Sony is putting up its own Mid-Year Sale to give PlayStation owners a chance to save some green, too.

From now until July 11, the PlayStation Store is holding a sale on a massive swath of games spanning not just the PS4 and PS3, but also the oft-forgot PS Vita and even the ancient PSP.

The deals cut prices by up to half-off on dozens upon dozens of different titles, though subscribers to PlayStation's premium PS Plus service can boost some of those savings to up to 75% off.

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You can check out a detailed roster of discounted games on the PlayStation Blog.  This post is our preferred way of combing through the 100+ games on sale, since you can easily CTRL+F your way through the list to find the right games/platforms/price points you want.

While there's certainly a little something for everyone, a selection of standout bargains include 40% off of GTA V (plus another 10% off with PS Plus).

There's also Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition and God of War III for under $6 apiece. You can also find 65% off of Parappa the Rapper in its Vita-compatible PSP port form.

Finally, Sony is also discounting a few of its movies during the Mid-Year Sale, though the selection and deals aren't as enticing, unless you're really jazzed to save a buck or two on a season of American Dad! or your third copy of The Big Lebowski.

Parker Wilhelm
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