Golden Week, the best discounts on PS4 and PS5 games

The Golden Week has begun on the European PlayStation Store, with lots of discounts and special offers on dozens of Japanese games for PS4, PS5 and PSVR. We have already reported a selection of PlayStation games for less than 6 euros, now we offer you five unmissable titles sold at a reduced price, from Gravity Rush 2 to Bloodborne, classics that certainly cannot be missing in your software library. The comments space below is at your complete disposal for buying advice and suggestions on new games to buy during the sales. Good fun!

Kingdom Hearts All-In-One – € 27.49

The “almost” complete experience of Kingdom Hearts (we’ll get to it shortly) costs just under thirty euros, a certainly greedy price for a bundle that includes Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts 3 .

The only drawback? The absence of the Re: Mind DLC for KH3 and the more recent Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory, if in this case the absence is justified (we are still talking about a title released a few months ago and still sold at full price) the failure to add by Re: Mind is a real shame. In any case, if you want to get closer to the Disney and Square Enix saga, there is no better and cheaper solution. To find out more, we refer you to our review of Kingdom Hearts 3.

Gravity Rush 2 – 19.99 euros

It is not a particularly low price for an older game (considering, moreover, that the game lacks online features, deactivated in 2018) but we still wanted to report Gravity Rush 2 to pay homage to Japan Studio , the oldest Japanese team of Sony Interactive. Entertainment (founded in 1993 to support the launch of the first PlayStation) has recently undergone a heavy restructuring that has led, among other things, to the abandonment of Keiichiro Toyama, father of Silent Hill, Siren and precisely Gravity Rush.

A third chapter of the saga seems unlikely (if not impossible) for this Gravity Rush 2 is destined to become the last bastion of a philosophy of the past . On the PlayStation Store you will also find various free extra content such as the Ark of Time DLC Raven’s Choice and various costumes, including outfits inspired by NieR Automata and Phantasy Star Online 2.

Persona 5 Royal Ultimate Edition – 49.99 euros

The updated edition of Persona 5 Royal in its most complete version: this rich package includes in addition to the game the DLC Royal Pack with all the contents (costumes, battles and Personae) of the Kasumi Costume Bundle, Battle Bundle and Persona 5 packs.

The discount on the list price is 50%, a certainly interesting offer for anyone who wants to recover the Atlus masterpiece. Do yourself a favor and get your game back, in the meantime you can check out our Persona 5 Royal review.

Bloodborne – 12.99 euros

Exclusive PlayStation not very recent but still extremely popular today, Bloodborne is the result of the collaboration between FromSoftware and Japan Studio . A Bloodborne 2 in recent years has never been confirmed and some of the producers of the game have left Sony following the internal restructuring of which we have spoken a little above, in the hope that something can move in the future we strongly advise you to recover the first Bloodborne, on sale for only 12.99 euros.

The price refers to the standard PlayStation Hits edition, without The Old Hunters DLC, sold separately at the full price of 19.99 euros. Here is our Bloodborne review.

NieR Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition – 19.99 euros

NieR Automata needs no introduction as it is one of the most loved and popular games of the last five years .

Particularly interesting is the price of the Game of the YoRHa Edition, deluxe edition that includes in addition to the game also the following contents: the 3C3C1D119440927 DLC, Pod console, Cardboard Pod, Gray vintage Pod, Red vintage Pod, Grimoire Weiss, head of amazarashi, mask car, a dynamic theme and a set of avatars. Here, to find out more, you will find our NieR Automata review.

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