While the January Discounts are still ongoing, the promotion of PS5 and PS4 games for less than 20 euros is back on the PlayStation Store: here’s which ones are the best.
On Playstation Store the now traditional promotion is back Games for less than 20 euroswhich allows you to buy precisely PS5 and PS4 games for an amount of less than 20 euros. The initiative started in the last few hours and will remain valid until February 2, so there is time to make all the necessary assessments, but what are the deals not to be missed?
From the wonderful atmospheres of Kena: Bridge of Spirits to the zombie hordes of Days Gone, from the revisited Greek myths of Immortals: Fenyx Rising to the exaggerated and spectacular fights of Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, from the vampires of Code Vein to the thrilling stunts of Marvel’s Spider-Man, here are the games available at the lowest price ever.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
The magical world that forms the backdrop to the adventures of Kena, the young protagonist of Kena: Bridge of Spirits, has never been so accessible: thanks to the new offers on PlayStation Store, the excellent title developed by Ember Lab can be yours in the double version for PS5 and PS4 alone €17.99 instead of €39.99, with a saving of 55%: an excellent opportunity to recover it, where you have postponed the purchase so far.
Featuring a charming cartoon style that enhances characters and settings, making the experience similar to that of a Disney Pixar feature film, the game will see us fight an evil force that has invaded the kingdom we have the task of protecting, trapping its little spirits: we will have to free them and fight to save our world. Kena’s review: Bridge of Spirits.
Available to €15.99 instead of € 39.99, Days Gone is presented these days at the lowest price ever and there really isn’t a valid reason to ignore the discount, especially if you love zombie-based open world. In the case of the Bend Studio adventure, we will take on the role of Deacon St. John, a motorcyclist who finds himself in the middle of the invasion and during an excited escape with his friend Boozer he must separate from his wife Sarah.
Two years after, Deacon it survives by providing its courier services to the various factions that control the walled communities of Oregon, where the remaining people take refuge to avoid the attack of the hordes of Furiosi that infest the open spaces and the crazed Repulsives. But something still pushes him to look for his wife: between one mission and another, one fight and another, will the man be able to find out if she is still alive? In case you are interested, here is the review of Days Gone.
Immortals: Fenyx Rising
Lowest price ever, in this case touched for the first time, for Immortals: Fenyx Rising: the action adventure of Ubisoft inspired by Greek mythology it can be yours for yourself €13.99 instead of €69.99, with a reduction of 80% and a really interesting price / content ratio, if we consider the now renowned richness of the open worlds created by the French house.
A mysterious and dark evil threatens to kill the Olympians, who task a brave young warrior, Fenyx, to find the origin of the curse and put an end to it. An assignment that the girl will be able to complete only thanks to the powers that the divinities will give her, allowing her to fly, move quickly and gain superhuman strength, so she can face the pitfalls that await her. Immortals Fenyx Rising review.
Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise
Belonging to the PlayStation Hits budget line, Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise touches for the third time i €5.99 instead of €19.99, and if you love the myth of Ken the Warrior as well as the peculiarities of the series Yakuzayou should really consider spending your pennies to see what Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has managed to do with this cross between a licensed game and a spin-off.
The story of Hokuto no Ken as we know it, it was in fact reinvented by Toshihiro Nagoshi and his colleagues, who created the city of Eden and set the story of Kenshiro Kasumi within it, desperately searching for his Julia after the spectacular and dramatic clash with Shin. The fights are what we would expect from an anime transposition, but the structure is typical of Kazuma Kiryu’s adventures: we talked about it in the review of Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise.
The eerie post-apocalyptic scenario of Code Vein is back in stock at €10.49 instead of € 69.99, therefore with an 85% discount: it is not the first time that the title produced by Bandai Namco touches this figure, which however appears decidedly accessible if you are in the mood (literally) for an interesting recovery: a soulslike action RPG based on monsters and vampiresembellished with graphics in perfect anime style thanks to cel shading.
Under the command of a Revenant slave of the elites, therefore sent to fight against the Corrupted for the conquest of the few resources left in the world, we will discover the existence of a group that opposes this ominous destiny and who prefers to fight to change things. Once you have joined the team, we will have the opportunity to discover and develop our own superhuman abilitiesgiving rise to duels of great depth, such as those described in the Code Vein review.
While waiting for an official release date for the awaited sequel, Marvel’s Spider-Man is back in promotion on the PlayStation Store, both in the standard edition (€15.99 instead of €39.99) and in the Game of the Year Edition (€19.99 instead of €49.99), which in addition to the base game also includes all DLCs for an even richer, more engaging and full-bodied experience.
The adventure developed by Insomniac Games needs very little introduction and scores the debut of the video game Spiderversewith a Peter Parker different from the one we knew but already at work for some years against the background of a Manhattan often and willingly prey to criminal gangs and unscrupulous super-villains that we will have the task of fighting: we talked about it in the review of Marvel’s Spider- Man.
The Promotion of the Week
Let’s go back to talking about the Promotion of the Weekwhich this time features The Callisto Protocol: the sci-fi survival horror directed by Glen Schofield, the creator of Dead Space, is available on offer at €55.99 instead of €69.99 in the double version for PS5 and PS4, or a €47.99 instead of €59.99 in the PS4 version only.