Sony Offers Eight Lovely PS3 Themes for its “Fountain of Love” Annual Charity Drive

on December 28, 2013 3:33 PM

Every year since 1968 Sony holds a charity drive named “Fountain of Love” outside its main offices in Ginza, Tokyo. This year marks the 46th edition of the initiative and Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia is supporting it by selling eight PS3 themes on the Japanese PSN.

The themes, that can be found here, cost 3,000 yen each (a little south of $29), and feature popular PlayStation franchises and mascots like Toro and Kuro, LocoRoco, Gravity Rush, Soul Sacrifice and Puppeteer.

Funds gathered by the fundraising will go to the Match Against Poverty charity initiative of the United Nations Development Programme. The 46th “Fountain of Love” charity will end on January 13th.

Below you can see a screenshot for each theme offered.

 /  Executive News Editor
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