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PlayStation “Games Under €20” promotion kicks off today

Starting today, Sony is launching a “Games Under €20” promotion on the PSN Store, with some real gems on offer.



PlayStation Store sale

Starting today, Sony is launching a “Games Under €20” promotion on the PlayStation Store.

There’s a pretty huge list of games on offer in the promotion as well.

There are some real gems in this one. Alien: Isolation is on sale, which I thought was terrific, if too long. There’s The Evil Within as well, which, despite its flaws (wayward plot and repetition), is still a really good old-school survival horror. And Little Nightmares, a puzzle-platformer with a savage edge and a completely unique world.


Here’s a few other choice picks from the list:

  • Mafia III
  • Prey
  • God of War III Remastered
  • Uncharteds 1, 2, and 3
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order
  • The Wolf Among Us
  • The Walking Dead (seasons 1 and 2 available, also Michonne and A New Frontier)
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Counterspy

There are plenty more; if you want to check the full list, go over to the official PlayStation blog.

On top of that, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the deal of the week, about which we said: “With an ambitious scope, open-ended design, and some very rough edges, Kingdom Come: Deliverance richly rewards your patience with a well-written adventure and a beautiful world to explore.”

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