Week 2 of PlayStation’s 10th Anniversary Sale Discounts Even More Classics

We’re now in the 2nd week of PlayStation’s 10th Anniversary Sale, in which the company celebrates 10 years of the PlayStation Plus service by discounting various digital games throughout their console library.

Last week’s deals were pretty damn good, and this week seems to be no different. Let’s have a look!


Noteworthy PS4 deals:

  • Life is Strange (Complete Season) – $7.99
  • Gravity Rush: Remastered – $14.99
  • God of War III: Remastered – $7.99
  • Rogue Legacy (cross-buy w/ PS3 & Vita) – $4.24
  • Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits – $4.94
  • Dark Cloud – $4.94
  • Dark Cloud 2 – $4.94
  • Crimsonland (cross-buy w/ Vita) – $1.39
  • Titan Souls (cross-buy w/ Vita) – $5.99
  • Psychonauts – $2.99
  • King of Fighters 2000 – $4.99


There’s also a ton of PSone Classics available for around $2 each. I believe all of these will work on PS Vita, PSP, and PS3 (not PS4, ash1rose!).

  • Chrono Cross
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Mega Man Legends
  • Mega Man Legends 2
  • Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
  • Suikoden
  • Suikoden II
  • Tomba!
  • Tomba! 2
  • Dino Crisis 2
  • Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
  • Legend of Mana
  • Mega Man X4
  • Mega Man X5
  • Parasite Eve
  • Resident Evil 2
  • Wild Arms
  • Wild Arms 2
  • Vagrant Story

If you’re a fan of RPGs, then you’ve hit the mother load this week. I highly recommend picking up Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy VII (if you don’t have the remaster on PS4), Persona 2, Suikoden 1 & 2, Legend of Mana, Parasite Eve, Wild Arms 1 & 2, and Vagrant Story. That’s $20 for some of the best RPGs on the console.

I’ll probably snag the first Tomba! and Klonoa, since I remember both being incredible platformers in their day. Mega Man Legends 1 & 2 are tempting as well, though I can’t imagine they’ve aged well at all.


If you still have your PS3 kicking around and you’re looking to beef up your digital collection, there’s some great PS2 Classics for around $4 each.

  • Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4
  • God Hand
  • Manhunt
  • Fatal Frame III: The Tormented

You can’t really go wrong with any of these, but I’d particularly recommend all of the Shin Megami Tensei games. If you have a Vita then Persona 4 Golden is the superior option, otherwise regular ol’ Persona 4 is great enough on its own to warrant the purchase on PS3. All 5 of the SMT games are really special, so it’s $20 well spent.

Then, of course, there’s the odds and ends of the sale.

  • inFAMOUS Collection (PS3) – $8.99
  • The Sly Collection (Vita) – $5.99
  • Jak and Daxter Collection (Vita & PS3) – $3.99

Not bad prices for some great collections.

Picking anything up this week? You can view the full list of discounts over at the PlayStation Store.

16 thoughts on “Week 2 of PlayStation’s 10th Anniversary Sale Discounts Even More Classics

  1. Love the cover for this post (of course). I just saw Well-Red Mage made a similar one. Post that is, not cover. I’m definitely picking up the two Suikodens. I had a friend insist I add them to my backlog last week. I might grab Life Is Strange since I’ve been wanting to play that, definitely Chrono Cross, and ah Klonoa! I played II years ago and loved that sort of 2D and a half platformer. It also had one of the best soundtracks I’ve heard in a while. I’ll probably grab Vagrant story, too. I’ll have a lot to add to my bought list :D


    1. At least it’s all less than $2, right?

      I’d recommend adding Persona 2 to your list if you don’t have it already. Stellar series. Probably my favorite series of all time.

      I ended up just narrowing it down to Wild Arms 2, Legend of Mana, and Persona 2. I know I’ll regret not grabbing Klonoa, Tomba!, and both Mega Man Legends games, but I’m sure they’ll go on sale again before I ever get around to playing them.

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      1. Definitely and worth the price! Should I play the first Persona prior to 2? Granted I played Grandia II and haven’t yet played Grandia so I know these games can stand alone (Final Fantasy…) Another $10-$20 shouldn’t hurt the old pocketbook that badly :)

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        1. Nah, you can skip the first Persona. It’s arguably the worst, though still kind of good. If the PSP version goes on sale later I’d say grab it, but you can hop straight in to Persona 2 with no problems.

          Persona 2 was broken down in to two games, Eternal Punishment and Innocent Sin. Eternal Punishment was the only one released here in the States until Innocent Sin was FINALLY ported to PSP a few years back.

          Innocent Sin:

          The original’s PSone version was terribly translated, but the PSP version is perfect and has the extra content:

          Persona 3 FES is the best version of P3. The original PS3 is on PSP as Persona 3 Portable, but FES just felt better. It’s $3.49 on PS3 right now.

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    1. I grabbed Dark Cloud 1 & 2 the last time they were on sale. Great stuff!

      I almost picked up the Arc the Lad remaster, but I was a bit turned off after watching the trailer. The random encounters seems to take forever.

      But it’s worth jumping in to?


      1. The only Arc the Lad game I have played is Twilight of the Spirits. My memory is hazy, but I don’t recall random encounters being an issue. Perhaps the older titles are traditional RPGs? Unless I am mistaken Twilight is a strategy RPG.


        1. The older ones are similar, with random encounters that you can move along the battlefield. At least that’s how I remember them.

          I’m just going by the trailer though, which just shows one battle. I’m all about the story though, specifically in RPGs. So if the story is good, I’m in. I can always get over combat systems (although, again, I’m just judging it based on a trailer).


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