PlayStation Store, PS5 and PS4 games for less than 20 euros with Days of Play

PlayStation Store, PS5 and PS4 games for less than 20 euros with Days of Play

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The Days of Play continue on the PlayStation Store: the promotion that offers a lot ofa> PS5 and PS4 games at a discount will end on June 9th and we decided to take a look again at the list of titles on offer, in this case selecting the products available for less of 20 euros.

There are some very interesting ones: from the extraordinary cooperative adventure It Takes Two to the spectacular fighting games to Mortal Kombat 11 and Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, from the excellent sequel to the classic NEOGEO Windjammers 2 to the arcade sport tie-in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, here are the deals not to be missed.

It Takes Two

It Takes Two, the two protagonists riding toads. critical and also highly appreciated by the public, It Takes Two (PS5 and PS4, € 19.99 instead of 39.99) is the latest cooperative adventure developed by Hazelight Games, the team directed by the crazy and talented Josef Fares, who put in this project you The experience gained with the various Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and A Way Out to deliver us something really special, touching and fun at the same time.

The story of the game revolves around a couple in the process of divorce who suddenly is hit by a kind of spell: the soul of the two protagonists ends up inside a couple of puppets and from there begins a daring journey to return to normal, coming to terms with the many pitfalls of a tiny and hidden world that in they did not know before.

Brilliant enough to inspire film production, It Takes Two is packed with surprising ideas, very well-defined characters and ever-changing situations. It also includes a buddy pass so that you can face the adventure with a friend by purchasing a single copy of the game. Would you like to know more? Here is our review of It Takes Two.

Mortal Kombat 11

Mortal Kombat 11, Raiden unleashes one of his electric attacks While the announcement of a new chapter should now be imminent and could appear during one of the various summer events , Mortal Kombat 11 (PS5 and PS4, € 16.49 instead of 49.99) ends up in promotion again, and in this case the price can only appeal to fans of fighting games and the NetherRealm Studios series in particular. br>
We are talking about a tremendously solid episode from the point of view of the roster, with a long and interesting narrative campaign but also with different outline modes capable of enriching the experience between one challenge and another, one Fatality and the other, with the online multiplayer sector representing the proverbial icing on the cake: we talked about it in the Mortal Kombat 11 review.

Windjammers 2

Windjammers 2, a special shot Another bet won for DotEm u, Windjammers 2 (PS4, € 15.99 instead of 19.99) takes up the great classic produced by Data East for NEOGEO in 1994 and brings out a sequel that is not simple, given the quality of the original and the mystical halo that distance of so many years still surrounds it. Thanks to an immediate but very solid gameplay, as well as a new graphic style, almost like an illustration.

The three available modes (arcade, versus local and online multiplayer) will see us take on the role of ten different characters, each equipped with peculiar characteristics in terms of power and speed, as well as the inevitable special shots: devastating maneuvers that can change the course of the match and which must therefore be exploited to the fullest. The Windjammers 2 review.

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, Dan vs. Sagat A few hours from the Street Fighter 6 trailer at the State of Play, the richer edition of the last episode of the Capcom series is back on offer and the price is really attractive. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition (PS4, € 14.99 instead of 29.99) contains in a single solution all the updates released by the development team, a roster made up of forty characters and thirty-four scenarios.

A considerable amount of content for a fighting game still today of reference for fans of the genre, characterized by an extremely solid gameplay and rich in technicalities, which is expressed also in the context of competitive online modes, which become the fulcrum of the experience as soon as you manage to complete everything the game has to offer in single player. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition review.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, Tsubasa / Holly in plastic pose Let's stay in Japan for a ' last offer below 20 euros, that relating to Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions (PS4, € 14.99 instead of 59.99), the spectacular sports tie-in produced by Bandai Namco and based on the famous anime known in Italy with the title of Holly & Benji. Yes, the names in the game are the original ones from Yoichi Takahashi's manga, but fans of the series will have no problem recognizing the charismatic protagonists.

Tamsoft's goal was to recreate the atmosphere of the cartoon, thanks to excellent graphics in cel shading, and to bring to the screen the spectacularity of the "special shots" that are part of the repertoire of the various characters. All perfect from this point of view, a pity only for the slightly woody gameplay and for a dancer artificial intelligence: we talked about it in the Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions review.

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