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[PS4] My Friend Pedro $12.47 (was $24.95)/Flashback $3.74 (was $24.95) - PlayStation Store


Great prices for these two games - all time lowest on the PlayStation Store.

Flashback: https://store.playstation.com/en-au/product/EP4295-CUSA13390...

From the website: My Friend Pedro:

My Friend Pedro is a violent ballet about friendship, imagination, and one man’s struggle to obliterate anyone in his path at the behest of a sentient banana. The strategic use of split aiming, slow motion, and the ol’ stylish window breach create one sensational action sequence after another in an explosive battle through the violent underworld.

Unleash a torrent of destruction with an incredible level of control over both your weapons and your body. Twist and turn through the air while aiming both hands at priority threats or line up a perfect ricochet to drop an unsuspecting gangster from behind.

Break up the high octane running and gunning a bit with dynamic sequences like a thrilling motorcycle chase or slow it all down and take a moment to think through a series of clever (and possibly fatal) physics-based puzzles.

From the website: Flashback:

  1. After fleeing from a space ship but stripped of all memory, the eminent scientist Conrad B. Hart awakens on Titan, a colonised moon of the planet Saturn. His enemies and kidnappers are snapping at his heels. He must find a way back to Earth, defending himself against the dangers he encounters and unravelling an insidious extra-terrestrial plot that threatens the planet…

On its 25th anniversary, rediscover this classic, consistently ranked among the best 100 games of all time! It was one of the first games to use motion capture technology for more realistic animations, with backgrounds that were entirely hand-drawn and a gripping science-fiction storyline.

In addition to the original 1993 game, this version includes a Modern mode, with:

  • Post-FX graphic filters,
  • Completely remastered sound and music,
  • A brand new 'Rewind' function, variable according to the level of difficulty
  • Tutorials for those who need a boost!


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  • Vote for Pedro !

  • Annoying Flashback is ps4 only, you would think they could have made it to run on ps3 too

    • I think it has to do with the unique system structure of the PS3 which prevents easy backwards compatibility from being possible.
      I am still very disappointed there is no more Motorstorm available unless you have a working PS3.

      • Dude yes - MotorStorm being relegated to the PS3 is a travesty. Pacific Rift is the only reason I keep my PS3 plugged in.

        • I love the series and really wish they would make it available for PS4 and PS5 but I know this will remain a dream - sadly.
          Now looking at trying out emulators to compensate for that.

          • @Lysander: I was holding out hope that they would do a Omega Collection equivalent but I think that ship has sailed. Sony doesn't even want to give us access to PS Now, so I don't know how they expect to make money off their back catalogue.

            • @OfTheOverflow: I am hoping that once the patent for the PS3 has run out that some other company will make a retro PS3 again. At least then I can play my many PS3 games again.

              • @Lysander: Why not just have a ps3?

                • @Jackson: Where can I buy one in a decent condition at a decent price? They don't sell them anymore.

                  • @Lysander: Cash converters often has them available at acceptable prices

                  • @Lysander: Facebook marketplace, eBay and gumtree. I was tossing up between buying a PS3 or an Xbox 360 so I could finally play RDR and GTA IV. I ended up going with a 360 because I’ve never had an Xbox before.
                    You can find PS3s on the secondary market from $70-$150 depending on included accessories and games.

                  • @Lysander: I got mine at the local Salvos when they had a half price sale, was supposed to be 45 and picked up for 22.50, controllers 4 bucks each was supposed to be 8

                    • @Jackson: Yeah, I know all these places but am a bit concerned with the condition of the consoles in those places. Generally, my experience is that Cash Converters, Salvos etc. do not have the greatest quality stock unless one is very lucky (which I have not been in the past). In particular, concerned about the heat paste issue.
                      Plus it is hard to spend $150 on a used PS3 in unknown condition when I bought a new PS4 during Christmas 2019 for $168 with all types of cashback and boni involved.
                      But I will keep a lookout and do a little tour on Saturday to see if I can find a deal similar to Jackson's.
                      Thank you to you all for your suggestions. Very much appreciated.
                      Good to know there are others who miss the PS3 and its games!

                      • @Lysander: Don't set your sights too high, I spend a lot of time at these shops and online and it'd the cheapest I have seen one in 5 years. Keep in mind also the most reliable model is the 2nd gen shape, which doesn't have ps2 backward compatibility but kept the disc feed style of drive. I would suggest if you get one of those for 60 bucks or so with a controller you are laughing.

                        Also these things aren't rocket science to fix, things like dry paste are a fact of life with old units of any kind just about, if you have ever successfully put paste on a CPU then you can watch a tear down vid and do the same.

                        Agree though that bargains can be had, I got a 3ds XL for 99 bucks and since then children I know want one and I can't find anything new anywhere for less than 180, and I can't bring myself to give a device like that to boisterous 7 year olds. 168 for a PS4, zi don't expect to see prices like that again for new models. Second hand ones cost that much and more