StarCraft II Preview for Gamers: Sony Discounts Gamers’ Choice Title (VIDEO)

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By Gilda Galang | February 28, 2013 2:09 PM EST

Even after the recent unveiling of Sony's PS4, there's still big news for gamers who have set their eyes on gamers' choice titles in 2012.

According to PC Mag, Sony has recently announced that the winners of the PSN Gamers' Choice Awards will now be offered at discounted rates.

PlayStation Plus members will receive the best deals, with prices slashed off up to 60% of titles including The Walking Dead, Assassin's Creed III, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Journey.

The discount also extends to titles in PlayStation Vita, reports The Verge, to include Gravity Rush, and classic PlayStation games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

In addition, LittleBigPLanet games have also been discounted, complete with costume packs, level kits, and other items, just to further push their LittleBigPlanet 2 Extras Edition release this week, reports ComputerAndVideoGames. This set of discount will last until March 13.

StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Vengeance trailer teases gamers

As the release for the long-awaited installment of StarCraft II comes nearer, Blizzard Entertainment recently released a trailer, which fans can enjoy while they wait.

Just as the name implies, the trailer finds Kerrigan out for revenge after being left to the dogs by Mengsk. The whole two minutes of the trailer gives you a taste of the tone and takes that the new game will deliver to fans all around.

Star Craft II: Heart of the Swarm will come to Australia on March 11 at an official launch at Federation Square. Be one of the guest gamers and you'll have the chance to purchase the standard edition and retailer-exclusive collector's edition.

For the meantime, check out StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Vengeance trailer here.

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