The Evopoints downloads of the week – 19/04/2013 
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Geoffrey Tim
April 19, 2013 at 3:00 pm

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Welcome to our weekly post of featured downloadable content available for different gaming platforms sponsored by www.evopoints.co.za. Hit the jump for this week’s list of fresh downloadable games and content.

Downloadable content has become a pretty big thing. More and more people are opting to get their games and add-ons through digital distribution. instead of the traditional Brick-and-mortar method. Some games and software; like XBLA games, PSN shorts and iOS games are available through the internet only – something that can be daunting for a lot of folk. Confused about what new games are available for your platform of choice? Don’t fret – we’ve got you covered.

Links to content are supplied where available.

If you would like to purchase vouchers, you can click the category headers to go straight to the appropriate page on evopoints.co.za

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PlayStation

  • Dragon Fantasy Book I ($9.99, Cross-Buy with PS Vita)
  • Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold ($7.99)
  • Sacred Citadel ($14.99/R140.00)
  • Journey Collector’s Edition – £15.99/€19.99/R189.00
  • John Daly’s Prostroke Golf – £15.99/€19.99/R229.00
  • DLC — Dishonored – The Knife of Dunwall – $9.99/£7.99/€9.99/R95.00

To see all of the latest PlayStation content posts this week, click here for EU and US or check out the Online Sony Store.

Xbox 360

Xbox Live Deal Of The Week: Discounts

iTunes App Store

World of Warcraft

Please note for Playstation - If your currency ($/€/R) is not displayed next to an item, it is not displayed as available in that region at the time of posting

For all your codes, vouchers and subscription needs head on over to www.evopoints.co.za to get whatever you need and it will be delivered instantly 24/7.

All information and content is supplied by EvoPoints.

I'm old, grumpy and more than just a little cynical. One day, I found myself in possession of a NES, and a copy of Super Mario Bros 3. It was that game that made me realise that games were more than just toys to idly while away time - they were capable of being masterpieces. I'm here now, looking for more of those masterpieces.