PSN: The new sale is live - these are the current game deals

PSN: The new sale is live - these are the current game deals


Sony lures with a new PSN sale: The publisher also put new deals for PS4 and PlayStation 5 live on Wednesday. This time, the focus is primarily on games for PlayStation VR. The range of games on offer is mixed, so there should be something for every VR owner. The offer includes Star Wars Pinball VR (18.74 euros), Maskmaker (14.99 euros), Doom 3: VR Edition (9.99 euros), Ninja Legends (12.49 euros), The Walking Dead Onslaught (17.99 euros) and Gorn (11.99 euros).

There are also deals on VR platforms such as The Room VR: A Dark Matter (14.99 euros), Coaster (4.49 euros) , Touring Karts (7.99 euros), Afterlife (3.24 euros), Gungrave VR (8.99 euros) and Borderlands 2 VR (24.99 euros). Also reduced in price in the PSN (buy now € 50.00) sale: Torn (€ 7.49), Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality (€ 11.99), Doom VFR (€ 4.94), Arizona Sunshine (11.99 euros), Star Trek: Bridge Crew (9.99 euros) and Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin (4.74 euros).

PS Plus members receive additional discounts on selected game deals . Please note the information on the individual product pages in the PlayStation Store. You can find the complete overview of the current deals on We have a selection of the offers available below this message. The current PSN sale is online until September 9th. Also, before buying, take a look at the price comparison to find additional deals.

PSN Sale: New Deals for PlayStation VR

Afterlife (3.24 euros) Arizona Sunshine (11.99 euros) Borderlands 2 VR (24.99 euros) Coaster (4.49 euros) Doom 3: VR Edition (9.99 euros) Doom VFR (4.94 euros) Gorn (11.99 euros) Gungrave VR (8.99 euros) Maskmaker (14.99 euros) Ninja Legends (12.49 euros ) Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin (4.74 euros) Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality (11.99 euros) Star Trek: Bridge Crew (9.99 euros) Star Wars Pinball VR (18.74 euros) The Room VR: A Dark Matter (14.99 euros) The Walking Dead Onslaught (17.99 euros) Torn (7.49 euros) Touring Karts (7.99 euros)

Omo-Agege pledges to work with PSN to improve healtcare

Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege has said he will work with the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) to improve health care for Nigerians.

Welcoming members of the PSN who visited him in Abuja to seek his involvement in its preparations towards the forthcoming World Pharmacists’ Day celebration in September this year, Senator Omo-Agege pledged his commitment to work with PSN towards improved healthcare for Nigerians.

His Chief of Staff, Dr. Otive Igbuzor who represented him at the occasion, said the lawmaker had passion for the pharmacy profession.

Dr. Igbuzor pointed out that as an elder and fellow of the Society who served in various capacities in the past, including as Chairman of General Practice Pharmacists in Borno State, he will continue to make positive interventions in favour of pharmacy.

Earlier, in his speech, Chairman of the FCT Chapter of PSN and leader of the delegation, Pharmacist Ifeanyi Ikebudu, emphasized that more than ever, the pharmacy profession needs a solid working relationship with the National Assembly towards improving citizens’ health in every part of the Federation.

He added that since its formation in 1927, PSN has been conducting advocacy efforts towards improving pharmacists’ welfare and improved pharmaceutical service delivery by PSN members in all spheres of practice.

He further explained that the PSN delegation’s three-pronged visit was to introduce members of the new FCT PSN Executive, express appreciation for Dr. Igbuzor’s various critical interventions on behalf of PSN since he became Chief of Staff to the Deputy Senate President and a solicitation for the DSP office’ full backing for the World Pharmacists’ Day celebration scheduled for September 23 – 25, this year.

“We are indeed very delighted to be here with you this auspicious day because you have remained a very bright and shining light for the pharmacy profession; your career path as a Pharmacist, beyond the boundaries of Pharmacy profession, has been one of great inspiration on to many young Pharmac sts, your contemporaries and the elderly alike.

“Having served at different times as the Executive Director of the African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Centre LSD}, International Head of Campaigns of ActionAid International and Country Director of ActionAid Nigeria, an Honourable Commissioner in the Police Service Commission (PSC), a Programme Co-ordinator of Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD}, a lecturer at the Delta State University’s Lagos Centre, and publisher of many scholarly articles on democracy, gender, politics and development before your present appointment, you have indeed carved a very big niche for yourself and put the pharmacy profession on a great pedestal.

“Your appointment as the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Senate President came as no surprise to us because having followed closely your political activism especially on the frontiers of advancement of human rights and your deep knowledge of the political architecture of our nation Nigeria, we are of the firm belief that no one qualifies better for the position than your honorable self.

“On the heels of this Sir, we equally are the firm belief that this will serve as the springboard to higher political positions for you in particular and the pharmacy profession in general,” said Pharmacist Ikebudu.

Other members of the PSN delegation that visited the office of the Deputy Senate President are: Pharm. Frank Akpotu, Pharm. Chinese Okonkwo, Pharm. Jelili Kilani, Pharm. Gideon Okoh and Pharm. (Mrs.) Tina Alaedu.

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