PlayStation 3 Bundles Don't Get Any More Precious Than This

If you don't already have a PlayStation 3 and your heart isn't a deep, deep black, consider Best Buy's current offer, featuring one of the better value-added bundles, featuring both Media Molecule's LittleBigPlanet and Pixar's Wall-E on Blu-ray.

That makes the actual hardware somewhat of a steal, considering these are two must have (or at least should have) titles that will play on your PS3. Asking price is $US399 USD, likely part of Sony's efforts to clear out remaining PlayStation 3 80 GB stock before issuing a hardware revision and cheaper base price, as rumoured.

Really the only way to top this is to put a puppy in the box.

Kotaku AU Note: North American PS3 bundle is North American.

Sony - PlayStation 3 (80GB) with LittleBigPlanet and Wall-E [Best Buy via Joystiq]


    Yeah this is certainly relevant news for Australians. Why bother telling Australians this useless info?

    Here's something that *is* relevant. I bought a PS3 on the weekend from JB HiFi:

    PS3 console
    Assassin's Creed
    Mega Drive Collection
    HDMI cable


    They also have a deal going that if you buy a platinum game, you can buy a dual shock controller for $50 (normally retails for $90).

      We posted about JB's PS3 bundle three weeks ago -

      Do try to keep up.

    You didn't mention the platinum game + dual shock deal though :)

    Seriously though there's no point posting American news like this on Kotaku AU.

      problem with that is if we only had the articles that David posts, kotaku au would be a very boring place. kotaku is mainly made up of US posts. most of which are relevant to the world. some are not. we are lucky to have David posting AU specific articles. but kotaku AU wouldnt survive with just those posts.

      Stop complaining. This was posted by an American editor. American content is posted to the AU Kotaku, in addition to AU content.

    Interesting site, i´ll put in my bookmarks, ;)

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