PSN Anniversary Sale Discounts TONS of Classics!

Just when I thought it was safe to put away my wallet, PlayStation goes and discounts a bunch of amazing classics during this week’s 10th Anniversary sale.

You can check out the full list of discounts right here, but I’ll highlight some of the best down below.

On the PS4 side of things, you can save big on one of the best exclusives this generation, along with some of the recent PS2-to-PS4 titles.

Noteworthy deals include:

If you’re a fan of PSone Classics and have a PS3, PSP, and/or a Vita, then you’ll be happy to know there’s a laundry list of them on sale this week.

Unless otherwise noted, all of these work with the PS3, PSP, and Vita:

I ended up grabbing Grandia, Final Fantasy Origins, Legend of Dragoon, and Parasite Eve 2. I highly recommend checking out Grandia, Xenogears, and Castlvania: Symphony of the Night, especially at that price.

Chrono Trigger is an amazing RPG, but if you have access to any other version, I’d avoid the PSone Classic. The loading times are pretty bad, and you’ll encounter them every single time you open a menu. The anime cutscenes are poor quality as well, so it’s no longer a selling point. If you have a PS3, PSP, or Vita and have no other way to play it, then sure, go for it. It’s $2.00. You could do far worse for a little more than the cost of a McDouble.

Like I mentioned above, there’s a lot of stuff on sale this week, so click the link and check out the full list of deals over at the official PlayStation Store.

Picking anything up? Aside from the few PSone Classics I mentioned, I’ll probably snag the Bloodborne DLC. I haven’t beaten the core game myself yet, but that’s a great price to have it waiting for me when I do.

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9 thoughts on “PSN Anniversary Sale Discounts TONS of Classics!

    1. I actually really loved the original Dark Souls, but Dark Souls 2 never clicked with me. That steered me away from Dark Souls 3, but I recently watched an entire Let’s Play and my interest in the series is back in full force.

      I picked up Bloodborne when it dropped to $20 and never got around to it. I rented it at launch and I think I managed to beat the Cleric Beast and Father Cascoigne before having to return it. I’m eager to jump back in, but I know the From Software games aren’t ones you can take breaks from and come back just as sharp. I learned that after taking a break from DS1 on my level 87 Pyromancer. Came back a week later totally lost, confused, couldn’t remember which bosses I killed, and just started over lol.

      Hoping to give Bloodborne my full attention during winter break.

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