Rockstar Hosts Massive Sale for Library on PSN: Manhunt, L.A. Noire, Bully, and More

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Feb 20, 2014 10:44 AM EST

Developer Rockstar is offering gamers another go around with some of its stand out titles from years past. No sign of any of the Grand Theft Auto titles, but there's some great deals being offered on a number of PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 era classics, like Red Dead Revolver and Redemption, Bully, Manhunt, Max Payne, a barrel full of Midnight Runs, and more.

A post on the Sony Store had all the details, and you can check out the complete list of games on sale and their respective prices below:

Red Dead Redemption (Full Game) - $7.49
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (Full Game) - $4.99
Red Dead Revolver (Full Game) - $2.49
L.A. Noire - $7.49
L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass (Add-On) - $2.99
Max Payne 3 Ultimate Edition (Bundle) - $5.99
Max Payne 3 - $4.99
Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass (Add-On) - $3.49
Max Payne - $2.49
The Warriors - $3.49
Bully - $2.49
Manhunt - $2.49
Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition - $4.99
Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition - $4.99
Midnight Club L.A. Remix - $4.99
Midnight Club - $2.49
Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition Remix - $2.49
Midnight Club II - $2.49

For any gamers out there interested in the expanded Grand Theft Auto universe, I'd have to reccomend trying Bully or Manhunt, if not both, especially at those prices. Players with keen memories and ears may remember Bully protagonist Jimmy Hopkins' alma mater, Bullworth Academy, mentioned in an episode of Grand Theft Auto IV's reality TV show, "I'm Rich." Different models of GTA vehicles are also seen driving around the town streets.

As for Manhunt, GTA III opened with the game's broken down rust belt setting of Carcer city mentioned in the beginning of the game. It would later pop up in GTA V when heistman Michael mentioned it as the city where he pulled his first job, and the game's cover and fire system was later used and perfected in GTA games onward.

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