PlayStation Store, the best offers on PS5 and PS4 games with Summer Discounts

PlayStation Store, the best offers on PS5 and PS4 games with Summer Discounts

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Does the grip of heat grip you? Refresh yourself with the PlayStation Store Summer Discounts, the new promotion of the Sony digital platform that allows you to buy PS5 and PS4 games with discounts of up to 75%. Well, what are the best deals available right now?

From the magical atmosphere of Kena: Bridge of Spirits to the deadly combat of Sifu, from the alternate dimensions of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart to the horror experience of The Quarry , here is our traditional list with the bargains not to be missed.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the protagonist in the company of sprites Featuring a suggestive and from a graphic style that closely resembles that of the Disney Pixar feature films, Kena: Bridge of Spirits (PS5 and PS4, € 23.99 instead of 39.99) returns available at the lowest price ever during the Summer Discounts, allowing us to save 40% compared to the official price list of the game: an excellent opportunity to recover it, if you have postponed the purchase pending a promotion.

The story that is told is that of Kena, a young Spiritual Guide with the task of defending her world from the attack of a horde of evil creatures who have captured the Rot, little spirits who feed the forest with their energy ... and beyond. Collecting them will allow the protagonist to gradually become stronger and will make her capable of facing even the most formidable opponents.

As we wrote in the review of Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the experience developed by Ember Lab it is really fascinating and has an excellent narrative sector, the gameplay does not boast who knows what facets but it works very well and stages a series of spectacular fights, while the events of the plot unfold through splendid intermission sequences.


Sifu, a fight in the corridor Another round, another exclusive PlayStation of independent origin: Sifu (PS5 and PS4, € 31.99 instead of 39.99) is at its first promo and the price has never been so low, but buying the title developed by Sloclap is not simply a matter of convenience. In fact, we are faced with a really interesting fighting game, with captivating roguelike implications.

The protagonist of the adventure is a martial arts expert determined to avenge his family also with the help of an amulet magic that allows him to resurrect every time he is killed ... but sacrificing a few years of life, losing speed and resistance in favor of greater effectiveness of the blows. A mechanic that we covered in detail in Sifu's review.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Rivet with Clank A game that doesn't really need any presentations, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (PS5, € 45.59 instead of 79.99) is back available with a 38% discount and it would be a shame not to take advantage of it, since it is one of the most prestigious PlayStation 5 exclusives published so far . A new adventure for the two cute characters, this time dealing with dimensional portals.

There has been a lot of talk about this feature, made possible by the very fast SSD of the new generation Sony console, which allows you to load in a few moments whole new worlds to explore while the graphics do not spare even ray tracing to embellish the protagonists and the settings, between a fight and another. Would you like to know more? Here is the review of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.

The Quarry

The Quarry, one of the protagonists of the game Con The Quarry (PS5, € 50.24 instead of 74.99; PS4 , € 46.89 instead of 69.99) we enter a particular terrain, both because the game is the latest horror made by the experts of Supermassive Games, authors of the now iconic Until Dawn; and because it is a very recent production, published last month and yet already available in promotion. The sales have not rewarded the project?

Whatever the reason for the discounts, in the review of The Quarry we have clarified that the title can be safely considered the spiritual sequel of the aforementioned Until Dawn, it presents very similar situations and an extremely branched system of crossroads, capable of determining the course of events and leading us to different endings to the benefit of replayability.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, a Stranger of Paradise combat sequence: Final Fantasy Origin (PS5 and PS4, € 48.99 instead of 69.99) is at the second promo and at the lowest price ever, with a saving of 30% compared to the standard figure. A reduction undoubtedly necessary to convince skeptics to try their hand at the curious action RPG developed by Team Ninja, which engages with the mythology of Final Fantasy to give us a different experience than usual.

Leading a group of fighters who seem to be the legendary Warriors of Light, we will face the army of Chaos in order to restore peace to the kingdom. An undertaking that will require you to try your hand at spectacular and solid fights, a characteristic feature of the Japanese studio that does not disappoint here too: we talked about it in the review of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, one of the fun skits of the game Second promotion and lowest price ever even for the deluxe version of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (PS5 and PS4, € 52.49 instead of 69.99), the most successful tie-in based on plastic bricks so far. This is obviously not a coincidence, given that the package developed by TT Games includes the transpositions of nine films of the cinematic saga and introduces several new features.

From the new view to the combat system, the gameplay appears undoubtedly refreshed compared to the past, but without removing the important element of LEGO humor and the environmental puzzles in which you have to disassemble and reassemble useful objects in order to continue the adventure. A mix that once again works great, even better than usual: more details in the review of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

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