We've all had plenty of opportunities to buy things on the cheap over the last few weeks. But are you going to complain about more deals? No. I think not.
It's not the most amazing offer the PlayStation Store has ever had. It's a two-for-one deal: buy one game at full price, or at least discounted full price, and get a second one for free.
There's 46 titles on offer right now, and while you'll want to avoid a fair few of them - nobody should have to pay for Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, he's no Tiger Woods - there are some reasonable offerings.
The trick will be to avoid the titles you know you'll be able to get for under $20 in a week or so. But if you, say, get The Witcher 3 for under $50 and you happen to get Sleeping Dogs, Project CARS or The Last of Us Remastered (which looks great with the PS4 Pro patch) for free too - you're doing pretty well.
From cheapest to most expensive, here's a list of titles worthy of consideration:
- Project CARS: $39.95
- Rayman Legends: $39.95
- Shadow Warrior: $39.95
- Sniper Elite 3: $39.95
- Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition: $39.95
- The Book of Unwritten Tales 2: $39.95
- Tomb Raider Definitive Edition: $39.95
- Touhou Genson Rondo Bullet Ballet: $39.95
- Saints Row IV Re-elected & Gat Out of Hell: $44.95
- Mirror's Edge Catalyst: $47.95
- The Witcher 3: $47.95
- The Evil Within: $49.95
- Wolfenstein The New Order: $49.95
- Far Cry 4: $54.95
- Homefront The Revolution: $54.95
- RIDE: $54.95
- The Talos Principle: $54.95
- The Last of Us Remastered: $54.95
- Far Cry Primal: $59.95
- Trackmania Turbo: $59.95
Not too bad. There's a few nice combos in there, thanks to The Witcher, Project CARS and Mirror's Edge Catalyst being at reasonable prices. Getting any of those with The Last of Us, or Trackmania, or The Talos Principle is a pretty solid pairing.