From the PlayStation side, stocks are booming. After the Mega March discounts, Sony is back with a new selection of games and more! Therefore, PlayStation has decided to collect the games considered essential for its PS4 and PS5 computers and offer us up to -75% discounts. A godsend to prepare for the arrival of long-awaited new features: here is our small selection of 6 games not to be missed.
It Takes Two, the benchmark game for two that divides its price by 2!
What if you’re about to start spring, a period of renewal, with a colorful, enjoyable, and collaborative production where you have the chance to offer a fresh start to a couple whose story is heading towards a tragic end? The competent and jocular Dr. Hakim finally heard the pleas of the young Rosa, who prefers to imagine her parents in the skin of two figures, which she dramatizes in situations where everything is going for the best, rather than seeing them pick up a beak, and decided to act. A magic trick later and the spirits of Cody and May combine two small makeshift dolls.
If they initially make up their minds and agree to collaborate on an entire gallery of paintings, Cody and May will learn from their past mistakes, giving new impetus to their love story thanks to the appropriate advice from Dr. Hakim. Each new crossover universe is synonymous with new additional abilities for the duo of characters. Therefore, progress without each other is impossible, just as it is unthinkable for two adults to return to their bodies without fully agreeing on the outcome of their physical and emotional journey. In short, make no mistake, It Takes Two hasn’t stolen the game title of 2021!
- Buy It Takes Two from the PS Store for €19.99 (-50%) instead of €39.99.
You played Elden Ring last year and nothing has changed since then? Or, after hearing about a new FromSoftware game, are you hesitant to aim for Team Ninja’s Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty? Take out your katana and cut the pear in half with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice! The PlayStation Store New Wave Sale invites you to discover the bittersweet and thrilling experience of an amazing collaboration between a renowned Japanese studio and American publisher Activision.
If you like a challenge, the title will be able to offer it to you, he who has abused our heartbeat for almost four years with his relentless boss battles. For half the starting price, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice puts us in charge of finding the Wolf, a shinobi devoted to his master Kuro, divine heir and bearer of the Blood of the Dragon. The one who is called Sekiro (one-armed wolf) carries within him the Blood of the Dragon, a property that allows him to return to life and will be very useful during his journey. While your tenacity and the abilities associated with your mechanical prosthesis are your best weapons, you will die… twice rather than once!
- Buy Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice from the PS Store for €34.99 (-50%) instead of €69.99.
NFS Unbound Palace Edition, big discount for a direct hit to your game library
A little over three months after the official release of Need for Speed, Unbound is already moving towards a selection of games on sale that cuts the price in half, reaching the Palace edition of €44.99. As far as the tuning and crazy racing saga goes, NFS Unbound marks a significant license change with a very specific graphic touch, very urban with graffiti and shading elements, and a new team in charge, namely the Criterion studio. Styling-wise, we’re doing well, all that’s missing is the responsive ride you’d expect from an NFS.
Taking to the streets of Lakeshore City, a city modeled after Chicago and living in the rhythm of day and night, you challenge your rivals and the forces of order in a series of races. What is your end goal? Pump up your reputation, accumulate beautiful cars in your garage (143 cars in total, and more since the updates) and make them more and more efficient on asphalt, but above all, participate and win in the “Big”, which is nothing other than the highest test for any good driver.
- Buy NFS Unbound Palace Edition from the PS Store for €44.99 (-50%) instead of €89.99.
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot for less than twenty euros, Shenron granted our wish
This is not least a promotion that should please both nostalgic Club Dorothée fans and fans of Akira Toriyama’s manga and its new version of Dragon Ball Super. In conjunction with these deals on the main PS4 and PS5 games, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is cutting its price four times to offer you a 75% discount, bringing its price down to under twenty euros. Because of this, there is no need to collect seven dragon balls together to fulfill your desire to discover the adventures of Son Goku, which here takes the form of a role-playing/adventure game at a low price.
As the title suggests, the title makes us relive all the various arcs of the “Z” saga, from the arrival of the Saiyans on Earth to the final battle with Kid Buu. The subtlety here is that contrary to what the “Kakarot” reference would suggest, we still have the ability to embody other iconic characters from the manga, not just Super Warrior with the shaggy haircut. . In addition to enjoying the combat science from the CyberConnect2 teams (the studio behind the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games), the game is filled with action, from side quests to tutorials and a whole bunch of mini-games. ., and just sold six million copies worldwide: yes, it’s a win-win!
- Buy Dragon Ball Z Kakarot from the PS Store for €17.49 (-75%) instead of €69.99.
Marvel’s Spider-Man GOTY, the 60% discount we rarely see online
Quite cleverly, the PlayStation Store puts promotions right in front of your eyes using spider silk, which gives the feeling that they are applied for a reason. Months ahead of the eventual release of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, license-driven by Insomniac Games (Ratchet & Clank), with the Parker-Morales duo as headliners, Sony is offering you the opportunity to keep up to date with its video game portfolio. succumb to the sirens of buying Day One when Part 2 comes out on PS5. For only 20 euros, you can treat yourself to the complete Marvel’s Spider-Man edition, that is, the version that includes all the DLC for a complete experience as a weaver.
Unlike the Miles Morales spin-off, this first dive into the Spider-Man universe with Insomniac Games sauce puts us in the shoes of Earth-1048’s Peter Parker, who has been wearing the Spider-Man costume since he was 15 years old. old. As is often the case, our flying hero, the defender of New York, will not only have to land small blows to avoid danger. Throughout the adventure, our cute Spidey will get in the way of the iconic villains, whose asses he will happily kick before sending them to jail.
- Buy Marvel’s Spider-Man GOTY from the PS Store for €19.99 (-60%) instead of €49.99.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for €5.99 is the perfect way to be Kaler before Jedi: Survivor
Completely incognito on the planet Brakka, a young Cal Kestis reassembles the ship’s parts, using his dexterity and physical skills to meticulously search for the wreckage, until we learn that he is in fact a young Padawan who survived Order 66. Saved as a last resort, the Jedi Apprentice will travel to aboard the Praying Mantis from planet to planet to collect top-secret information left behind by Ino Cordova. To do this, he will be assisted by an extremely cute little droid named BD-1 and several companions, also determined to save the Jedi Order.
Despite a few shortcomings (combat inaccuracies, tedious back and forth transitions, phase slips…), Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a great hit in a terribly violent Souls-like world. Regardless, FromSoftware’s formula, combined with Metroidvania, fits well into the Star Wars universe, and the end result has never paid homage to lightsaber combat so well. Power usage, skill tree, bonus upgrades for excavation… Everything is made to feel the growth of Cal Kestis’ power. For just 6 euros, you can dive into the Star Wars saga and prepare for the release of its sequel, which will be released at the end of April and promises to be even more exciting.
- Buy Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition from the PS Store for €5.99 (-90%) instead of €59.99.
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (by -67%, i.e. 23.09 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
- Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (67% off, i.e. €23.09 instead of €69.99)
- Mass Effect Legendary Edition (from -70%, i.e. 20.99 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
- Persona 5 Royal (at -30%, i.e. 41.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros)
- Deathloop (at -67%, i.e. 23.09 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
- Tales Of Arise Deluxe Edition (from -60 or €35.99 instead of €89.99)
- Control Ultimate Edition (with a 70% discount, i.e. 11.99 euros instead of 49.99 euros)
- Sonic Frontiers Digital Deluxe Edition (from -33%, i.e. 46.89 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
- One Piece Odyssey (with a 30% discount, i.e. 48.99 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
- Yakuza: Like A Dragon (by -70%, i.e. 17.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros)
- Forgotten (by -33%, i.e. 53.59 euros instead of 79.99 euros)
If you want even more promotions, you can find all the games selected in the ” Main games » up to -75%.