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Photo: dennizn (Shutterstock) Last week, Sony announced its revamped “PlayStation Plus” subscription service, offering three different tiers that let you play games online, as well as access exclusive games. If you want access to all games offered, including PS2, PS3, and PSP options, you need to resign yourself to a $120 per year subscription. Unless, of course, you use this workaround. PlayStation Plus Premium essentially combines the current PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services: The former gives you access to online playback with some exclusive games, while the latter gives you access to a laundry list of games to play. As such, Sony will automatically enroll any existing PlayStation Now account into a PlayStation Plus Premium account when the service launches in June. That got people thinking: Why not subscribe to PlayStation Now for a year, which is only $60, and reap the savings on an account that’s supposed to cost $120? While the logic was solid, Sony was one step ahead. The company took down the option to buy PlayStation Now except for its monthly price: You can still subscribe for $10 a month, but that works out to the same $120 a year PlayStation Plus Premium costs. However, deal-hunter Wario64 tweeted some good news : Sony was still offering the annual PlayStation Now subscription, but only from a specific link. If you follow that link and sign into your PlayStation account, you’ll be able to subscribe to Now for the year, which will turn into a PlayStation […]