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Two juicy new sales go live on the PlayStation Store.

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PlayStation Store Big in Japan Sale

Two juicy new sales go live on the PlayStation Store.

The fun begins with the ‘Big in Japan’ sale, which discounts a range of games that hail from Japan. There are discounts of up to 60% applied to some fantastic games, including Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Dark Souls III, Yakuza 0, and a host of Resident Evil releases. In many cases there are additional discounts if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber. Here are our recommendations from the 400+ hundred games, special editions, movies, and add-ons included in the sale.

PlayStation Store Big in Japan Sale highlights

  • Dark Souls III – 55% discount
  • Dragon Quest Builders – 55% discount
  • Final Fantasy XV – 40% discount
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – 60% discount, extra 10% for PS+
  • Resident Evil 7 biohazard – 40% discount
  • Rez Infinite – 38% discount
  • Star Ocean Till The End Of Time – 17%  discount
  • The Silver Case – 36% discount
  • Yakuza 0 – 40% discount, extra 15% for PS+

The Big in Japan sale runs until July 19th,2017. Check out the full range of titles on the PlayStation Store website.

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The second PlayStation Store promotion this week is the ‘Totally Digital’ sale, which discounts a bunch of digital-only releases.

Highlights include the wonderful Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Super Hot, Rocket LeagueResogun, and What Remains of Edith Finch. The ‘Totally Digital’ sale also runs until July 19th, and you can see the full list of included titles, right here.


Check out our new releases page for the latest on the games coming to PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo consoles.

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