Much like Xbox, PlayStation owners are treated to a new batch of sales every Tuesday. This week’s deals focus on the Grand Theft Auto series, but there’s a bit more to bite on to if you’re in to platformers and Persona’s fighting game spin-offs.
For the full three-page spread of discounts, check out the official list at the PlayStation store.
Notable deals include:
- Grand Theft Auto V & Megalodon Shark Cash Card bundle (PS4) – $67.99 (from $135.99)
- Grand Theft Auto V & Megalodon Shark Cash Card bundle (PS3) – $48.95 (from $135.99)
- Grand Theft Auto V (PS4) – $38.88 (from $59.99)
- Grand Theft Auto V (PS3) – $25.79 (from $59.99)
- Grand Theft Auto: PS Vita Collection – $17.49 (from $34.99)
- Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy (GTA III, Vice City, San Andreas – PS4) – $17.49 (from $34.99)
- Grand Theft Auto IV: The Complete Edition (PS3) – $14.99 (from $29.99)
- Persona 4 Arena: Ultimax ULTIMATE Edition (PS3) – $49.99 (from $99.99)
- Persona 4 Arena (PS3) – $9.99 (from $29.99)
- Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PS3) – $14.79 (from $39.99)
- Persona 4 Golden (PS Vita) – $9.89 (from $29.99)
- Shovel Knight (cross-buy w/ PS3, PS4, Vita) – $10.04 (from $14.99) *discount expires 4/21
- The Deadly Tower of Monsters (PS4) – $10.49 (from $14.99) *discount expires 5/3
- KOI: Game and Theme bundle (PS4) – $5.99 (from $9.99)
- Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut (PS4) – $4.99 (from $9.99)
- Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (PS4) – $14.99 (from $19.99) *discount expires 5/3
- Sonic Adventure (PS3) – $2.99 (from $4.99)
- Sonic Adventure 2 (PS3) – $4.99 (from $9.99)
Along with the list above, there’s a handful of Sega classics on sale for PS3, including Toe-Jam & Earl, Crazy Taxi, Daytona USA, and a pair of House of the Dead games. There’s also a few different variations of the Grand Theft Auto sale, just in case you’re interested in buying the games separately.
If you own a Vita and don’t have Persona 4 Golden, you’re missing out on one of the best games available for it. Shovel Knight isn’t on much of a discount (since it’s already worth its full price), but it’s easily one of the finest 2D platformers of all time. The fact that it’s cross-buy is also a huge selling point, especially if you’re like me and prefer your platformers on the go with the Vita. I hear great things about the Shantae games, but I’ve never gotten around to them. Might be a good time to fix that, with Pirate’s Curse releasing on PS4 today with a 25% launch discount.
See anything interesting?