Sonty Europe are giving away four PS Minis via Facebook for Xmas! (EU Only, soz)

#1
Searched, saw nothing. Source is GeoSol of the Hookups Steam group.

To participate in the Christmas Giveaway You need a Facebook account. Offered by Sony, this app asks you, among other things, to subscribe to the Playstation Europe updates to share the app on your Wall or to spread the news on Twitter. For each action performed, you'll get a code that you can redeem on the PSN for one of these PS Minis.

Games:
Velocity
BreakQuest
Canabalt
Wizorb

https://apps.facebook.com/ps-xmas-vouchers/

(EU ONLY) sorry.
Just got mine, so I can attest that it's legit. But it's Facebook, so YMMV.
 

Toma

Let me show you through these halls, my friend, where treasures of indie gaming await...
#2
Searched, saw nothing. Source is GeoSol of the Hookups Steam group.


Just got mine, so I can attest that it's legit. But it's Facebook, so YMMV.
Woah, great selection. Awesomely nice by Sonty.
 

DiscoJer

Junior Member
#7
Those are some of the better ones, too.


edit:

Apparently it's the BreakQuest bundle, so it's actually 5 Minis.


And thanks to both you and Sonty
 
#15
Nice, just downloaded them. I've heard some good thing of Velocity, hope the others are decent aswell. (I'm not usually into Minis so I don't follow them much.)
 
#23
#37
The second code didn't work for me (gave me an error message), but the others worked fine. Hopefully will hear back from Son(t)y on that one, but otherwise, I'm content.
 
#39
When it comes to digital goodies, SCEE wins again.

At least it's easier to switch accounts on PSP than on Vita. Velocity = so worth it.

Perhaps that's why Sony implemented the memory card account lock on Vita in that last update. If not, more NAers would be tempted by SCEE digital freebies. ;)
 
#40
Posting From Canada here with a (faux) Euro PSN account, three out of the four codes worked like a charm, but for some reason, couldn't get the last one to work.

So I got Velocity, BREAKQUEST and Canabalt downloaded and installed on my XBM.

Good enough for me, thank you and Merry Christmas to Dambrosi and base Sonty.

:)
 
#42
Haven't been downloading anything from PS Store for over a month now, as far as I remember once you install something you downloaded (the games in bubbles) the bubbles disappear, why are the bubbles (installation files) still around? Do I have to manually delete them now?

Please see Figure c. for more clarity

Figure c.
 

Combichristoffersen

Combovers don't work when there is no hair
#43
Haven't been downloading anything from PS Store for over a month now, as far as I remember once you install something you downloaded (the games in bubbles) the bubbles disappear, why are the bubbles (installation files) still around? Do I have to manually delete them now?

Please see Figure c. for more clarity

Figure c.
IIRC the 'bubbles' for minis, PS1 games and PS2 games now have to be manually deleted after installing due to one of the FW updates released earlier this year. Yes, it's stupid and no, I have no idea why Sony implemented it.
 
#44
Yes, it's stupid and no, I have no idea why Sony implemented it.
Because you can only transfer the install-files and not the installed games to Vita.
So f.e. if you want to have Velocity on PS3 and Vita you can install it on PS3 and still transfer it to Vita.
Before you had to make sure to transfer it first to Vita before installing it.

But yes, I think it's more annoying for the most people than the other way arround.