Pick up some fantastic PS4 games in the new PlayStation Store Totally Digital Sale.
Some of the generation’s best indie games are on offer at bargain prices in the latest US PlayStation Store sale. There are some terrific titles on offer, so let’s highlight some of Thumbsticks team’s favourites.
We’ll begin with Return of the Obra Dinn. Lucas Pope’s tale of murder, mystery and insurance adjustment is not just one of the best games of the generation, but it’s one of the best ever made. Beguiling, shocking, intriguing, and oh so satisfying to play. It’s an essential purchase.
Likewise, Dead Cells. Motion Twin’s roguelike-Metroidvania is an action-adventure experience par excellence. It’s an addictive rush that always tugs at the player for one more run.
Equally addictive – but slightly more relaxing – is Stardew Valley. Eric Barone’s game is a small but perfectly formed microcosm of country living with a seemingly endless collection of activities to occupy players. It’s a delightful and comforting home from home.
Add in the likes of Gorogoa, Guacamelee! 2, Night in the Woods, Undertale, and Pyre, and you have one heck of a sale.
The Totally Digital Sale is live now, and ends on February 5, 2020. Visit the PlayStation Store for the full lineup of discounted games. Here are some more favourites.
PlayStation Store Totally Digital Sale Highlights
- 11-11: Memories Retold
- A Way Out
- Beyond Eyes
- Dead Cells + Rise of the Giant Avatar
- Dear Esther: Landmark Edition
- Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
- Donut County
- Grow Home
- Grow Up
- Guacamelee! 2
- Jotun: Valhalla Edition
- Jump Stars
- Life Is Strange 2 Complete Season
- Life Is Strange Complete Season
- Limbo & Inside Bundle
- Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom
- Monster Slayers
- My Time At Portia
- Night in the Woods
- Return of the Obra Dinn
- Rogue Legacy
- Serial Cleaner
- Smoke And Sacrifice
- Stardew Valley
- Thomas Was Alone
- Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition
- Trine Trilogy
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