Saturday, March 21, 2015
This weekend's PSN flash sale is ridonkulous.
There are 81 games for around a buck or just under a buck on PSN this weekend.
The PSN has finally heat Steam Sale territory - and there's some awesome stuff, like Telltale Games titles, SCE first-party PSN titles, and PS1 classics. Let's take a gander, shall we? Here's the standouts, in alphabetical order...
The game that got Telltale Games (The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, A Wolf Among Us) foot in the door can be owned, in its entirety on PS3, for eighty cents.
One of the great old JRPGs, Breath of Fire IV is ninety-six cents.
The horror-themed twin-stick shooter from legendary genre developer Housemarque (Super Stardust, Resogun) can be had on PS4 for $1.65 on PS4, or $0.88 on PS3 or Vita.
The game is great. If you don't have it, if you've ever been the least bit curious about it, now's the time.
Capcom tried to recapture the lightning in a bottle which was Resident Evil by cross-breeding it with Jurassic Park in these classics - just ninety-six cents each.
It's not Telltale's Game of Thrones, unfortunately - it's that sub-par RPG from a few years back - but I had some friends who loved it, and for eighty cents, you may too.
Still one of the best games on Vita, Gravity Rush is a must-own, and if I could buy it again at eighty-one cents to cement my digital license of the game (which is currently granted only through my PS+ membership), I totally would.
If you haven't tried this game yet, you have no further excuses.
One of Sony's indies that never really took off, you can give Home a try for ninety-five cents.
Another of Telltale Games' early works, for eighty cents.
The original classic for ninety cents. I'm buyin' this just for Kayla to try.
Ninety-six cents each. Hell yes. Bought.
It's Mortal Kombat 1, 2 and 3's original arcade ports, on the PS3, for ninety cents.
The first game in the co-op shooter franchise, for ninety cents.
Another Telltale adventure, for eighty cents.
Yet another Telltale adventure for eighty cents!
Wacky medical hijinks, for ninety-one cents.
Aw man, I still remember trying Syphon Filter at a friend's house and just marveling at the tazer. Yeah, you remember the tazer. We all do. Ninety-six cents.
Before they made the absolutely fabulous Guacamelee, Drinkbox Studios made the pretty-darn-good platformer Mutant Blobs Attack. A launch window game on Vita, it's absolutely worth picking up for less than a buck.
Telltale Games! An adventure! Eighty cents!
That crazy/weird generational survival/action game from SCEJ is just ninety cents - and definitely worth grabbin'.
Like Breath of Fire, Wild Arms are some seriously beloved PS1 classics - just ninety-six cents each!
Deeply surreal first-person brawling can be yours for just ninety cents.
So, I think I... am gonna' go nab Breath of Fire, those Megaman X titles and Katamari Damacy.