If you’ve been keeping up with my weekly wrap-up posts, you know that I’ve recently gotten into Smite on PS4 in an attempt to battle my social anxiety. I’ve been playing around with the various freebies and rental gods over the last week or so, mostly enjoying Ra and Medusa, but man… Smite has a LOT of characters to pick from. A lot of characters that take a lot of time and a lot of in-game currency to buy.
It’s a good thing Smite is celebrating its 3rd birthday this week, then, since the Ultimate God Pack is 50% off until March 29th. Continue reading “Smite’s Ultimate God Pack Bundle is Half-Price, Birthday Event Offers Massive In-Game Bonuses”
Another Tuesday, another batch of sales over on the PlayStation Store. This week offers discounts on 505 Games and EA published titles, along with various PS2-to-PS4 releases for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Let’s get down to the recommendations, shall we?
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This week’s PlayStation Essentials Sale on the NA storefront discounts quite a few games across the PS4, PS3, and Vita libraries. If you’re looking to save a buck, here are my recommendations.
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With the busiest shopping day of the year steadily approaching, why not forgo the pushing and shoving and shop from the comfort of your own home? The folks at PlayStation have a pretty great sale going on, along with a coupon code for an additional 10% off your entire purchase.
A full list of discounts can be found here at the official PlayStation store.
Looking for recommendations?
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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.
Continue reading “PSN Anniversary Sale Discounts TONS of Classics!”
Tuesdays not only bring with them the relief that it’s no longer Monday, but a new batch of discounts on Xbox and Playstation platforms.
Xbox One owners can save some cash on Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition ($15, which seems like a steal), but the rest is largely forgettable considering Need for Speed (along with Unravel) entered the EA Access Vault earlier this morning.
The 360 lineup is a bit more interesting, with a short list of SNK titles in the Samurai Shodown, King of Fighters, and Metal Slug series.
Side-note: I find it pretty fucking hilarious that the first image on the store page for Samurai Shodown II just shows the game’s loading screen. That’s not much of a selling point, folks.
For the full list of Xbox discounts, check out Major Nelson’s blog here.
On the Playstation side of the spectrum there’s a list of games that have already been on sale quite a few times over the last six or seven months, so while the lineup is solid, there’s little that hasn’t been offered at the same price (or lower) as of late.
Notable discounts include the iconic Journey (both PS3 and PS4), first-person narrative Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, the insanely addictive minimalist platformer N++, platforming rogue-lite Rogue Legacy, music platformer Sound Shapes, and puzzle platformer The Swapper.
You can check out the full list of PSN discounts this week right here.
Picking anything up?
From now until July 11th Xbox owners can choose from a laundry list of discounts during the annual Ultimate Game Sale.
It’s a meaty list, so I won’t go in to too much detail. Discounts include heavy hitters like The Division, Halo 5: Guardians, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunter, and more.
It’s worth noting that other games are on sale that aren’t on the list, like Killer Instinct’s season 1 + 2 combo for $15 instead of $40, and Batman: Arkham Knight for $15, so you may need to do some digging.
Check out the full list of discounts right here at Major Nelson’s blog.
Picking anything up? I have a $10 credit, so I’m torn between the Mega Man Legacy Collection and Layers of Fear. I’d rather have Mega Man on 3DS, but $8 is a great price.
Picking anything up?