PS3 version Peace Walker and Ground Zeroes 2-for-1 Sale in US PlayStation Store

North American PlayStation 3 users are now able to grab both Peace Walker and Ground Zeroes at a reduced price from the PlayStation Store, as the games have entered this week’s 2-For-1 Sale. So instead of paying $39.99 for both games, you can now get them for $19.99.


The offer will be valid until the end of this week.

Source: PlayStation Blog, via TheSnakeSoup

  • PrinceHeir

    Cool, but i already have the HD and The Legacy Collection versions and the JPN edition of Ground Zeroes.

    But this is a good deal for those who want both games in one price.

    • BigBoss_88

      The JPN edition of Ground Zeroes must be pretty awesome :), I’d like to get that too!

  • No Place For Hayter

    They should not be sold apart, MGSV-GZ should either be sold with PW or TPP but not by itself, it is not a very self contained game.

  • CrazyGuy207

    Stop stalling and give us more Phantom Pain stuff damnit! (Not you Nyxus)

  • CrazyGuy207

    You know, I just replayed Ground Zeroes, and I’m pretty sure the on-board medics face is Keifer Sutherland. If you look at the bottom of it and compare it, they look similar. Plus, they made a big effort to hide it. Just a thought.

    • BigBoss_88

      Yeah I agree they do look a bit similar too and some think the voice is the same, but just changed a bit. Who knows, maybe they didn’t show him when he just wasn’t really that important guy or the medic guy will play a role in the TPP. Can’t really know for sure if they all survive from the helicopter collision, but I don’t think that they crash there yet, because of GDC trailer.

  • BigBoss_88

    Nice deal for those who still haven’t played them I guess :). Now where’s my Phantom Pain?

    • release date…

      • No Place For Hayter

        Yeah, I’m just waiting for the release date myself, after the release date i can enter “chill mode” because I know when the wait will be over.

        • BigBoss_88

          Yes agreed…same here ;). If we would get official release date, I could just relax lol. Also maybe spend my days some other way and not just by watching the MGSV trailers over and over again :D… :P.

  • Nekkedsnake

    too bad PW Vita edition wasn’t also bundled with something like PO+ or something for a similar price

    • No Place For Hayter

      PO+ Whats that? Do you mean Portable Ops? I have heard of this strange being that once wondered into the MGS universe, I though it was long since cast out of said universe though? You still believe it is here, hidden among us? (Sarcasm)

      In all honesty I don’t see much of Portable Ops or Portable Ops Plus, It must be like the forgotten MGS (Not that I mind though lol)

  • No Place For Hayter

    You know I was thinking and a question crossed my mind. Why do you need a “professional” actor for facial capture? it’s like saying if you are not a “professional” actor than you don’t have facial expressions. I understand the need for someone to “act” the role, but we all have facial expressions, it is not like when I act as someone else I keep a stone face and have no expression. To do facial capture all you need is an understanding if the character and his emotions, you don’t need to be a “professional” actor to move your face or to understand emotions.

    • Invader_skoodge

      When someone constantly says “70% of my body is made of movies” of course he’s going to get a raging boner when given the chance to cast a Hollywood celebrity for whatever part. I know for sure that there are countless motion capture actors who are extremely talented and could convey emotions perfectly with their performances, and would be way cheaper to hire. But Trolljima is all about that movie industry recognition, just like he featured a segment in Kojima Station about all the film directors saying good things about his E3 trailer.

  • Maynard

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