PS Store Black Friday: The best PS4 & PS5 games for under €10
The big Black Friday Sale with over 500 offers for PS4 and PS5 runs in the PlayStation Store only until Monday. We already have you in previous articles ten current highlights and ten hits between 10 and 20€ picked out. In this article it is now the turn of bargains under €10, as usual we will briefly present ten games to you. If you prefer to browse the sale yourself, you can find it here:
PS Store Black Friday Sale: Over 500 offers for PS4 & PS5
God of War
God of War – PS4 exclusive action RPG review video
If you still want to catch up on the predecessor before you venture into God of War Ragnarök, you now have the opportunity to do so. In addition to the high production quality and the varied worlds from Norse mythology, the reboot of the famous Hack & Slash series fascinates with an adult story about a complicated father-son relationship. But their emotionality doesn’t change the fact that the fights are still tough and powerful. The fact that God of War is also convincing in terms of gameplay is due to the fact that we are dealing with a large number of creatively designed creatures with different attack patterns, in addition to the fluid controls and the excellent feedback on hits.
God of War instead of €19.99 for €9.99 in the PlayStation Store
The Last of Us Part 2
Review video of The Last of Us Part 2 – Why this game will change story games forever
Like God of War, The Last of Us Part 2 is one of the biggest exclusive hits of the PS4 generation. The excellent presentation gets the most out of the console and the lifelike animations allow us to feel the emotions of the characters in a way that is hard to find in any other game. In addition, there is a tough end-of-times story, with the course of which not all fans of the predecessor are happy, but which remains exciting from start to finish. The gameplay basically offers the same mix of sneaking, shooting and exploration as its predecessor. The latter has become even more important, since the levels are no longer quite as linear, but often offer large, open areas.
The Last of Us Part 2 instead of €39.99 for €9.99 in the PlayStation Store
Devil May Cry 5 + Vergil
Devil May Cry 5 – Action game review video
You can now get Devil May Cry 5 together with the Vergil DLC, which brings a fourth playable character into the game, for only €9.89. The hack & slash action game thrives above all on its coolness: from the spectacular staging of the fights against creatively designed missions to the protagonists, who always have the right one-liner on their lips, everything is designed to inspire us with the imagination of the cool action hero to let live. So if you’re up for it, there’s no better game for you. There’s not a whole lot to do in Devil May Cry 5 aside from demon slicing. However, gameplay variety is provided by the fact that the four characters play very differently.
Devil May Cry 5 + Vergil instead of €29.99 for €9.89 in the PlaySation Store
Doom Eternal – Test video for the first-person shooter
Like its predecessor, Doom Eternal is a fast-paced and brutal first person shooter in which you shoot down hordes of demons or execute them in close combat with elaborately animated glory kills. What has changed is that the protagonist is even more agile and the levels are even more vertical. Also, the difficulty is a bit harder, which is related to the fact that we can now regain health, armor, and ammo with each specific kill type, so we have to be smart in combat so that we don’t run out of valuable resources. Also new is the asymmetrical multiplayer, in which two demons fight against a Doom Slayer.
Doom Eternal instead of €39.99 for €9.99 in the PlayStation Store
Need for Speed Heat
Need for Speed Heat – Test video for the best NfS in a long time
With Need for Speed Heat, the famous racing game series has evolved and become a little more challenging. The AI no longer follows the famous rubber band effect, which means that mistakes are punished more severely. However, it’s still an arcade racer focused on breakneck speed, not a realistic racing sim. The day-night change provides variety: During the day we earn money in regular races, at night we increase our reputation in the scene in illegal street races. In addition, Need for Speed Heat impresses with the detailed tuning options for the 127 cars, while the open world is only moderately interesting.
Need for Speed Heat instead of €69.99 for €6.99 in the PlayStation Store
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus – Test video: The best solo shooter of the year
In the sequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order, we’ll once again play BJ Blazkowicz, this time starting a revolution to liberate the Nazi-occupied United States. The first person shooter elaborately stages its alternative version of the history of the world and thus creates a dense atmosphere, but the gameplay is still in the foreground. As usual, this is fast-paced and bloody, but it doesn’t rely quite as much on action as Doom Eternal, for example. Instead, in some situations, it’s better to sneak out first and secretly take out the enemy officers so they can’t sound the alarm. But sooner or later you always fall back on powerful firearms.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus instead of €39.99 for €5.99 in the PlayStation Store
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Test video for the single player hit
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is now available on the PS Store in the Deluxe Edition with additional in-game items, the digital art book and a 90-minute video about the development of the game. Jedi: Fallen Order is the full-fledged single-player adventure that Star Wars fans have been waiting for for many years. You play the young Jedi Cal and visit different planets with his team and his spaceship, which exude a lot of Star Wars atmosphere. The highlight of the game, however, are the exciting lightsaber duels, which the different sword positions add complexity to. As a true Jedi, Cal doesn’t pick up firearms, but he does have a variety of Force powers at his disposal.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition instead of €59.99 for €8.99 in the PlayStation Store
Control – Test Video: Madness alone is not enough
From Remedy (Max Payne, Alan Wake), third person shooter Control puts you in the role of Jesse Faden on a quest to find her missing brother. She comes across an agency that deals with supernatural phenomena. As soon as she enters their headquarters, she is suddenly their director for mysterious reasons. Above all, Control fascinates with its mysterious story and its many weird, surreal ideas. But the gameplay also has a lot to offer, because Jesse gradually develops supernatural powers with which she can, for example, throw opponents across the room via telekinesis or bombard them with heavy pieces of furniture.
Control instead of €29.99 for €7.49 in the PlayStation Store
Slay the Spire
Slay the Spire – Trailer announces the surprise hit for PS4
The indie hit Slay the Spire inspires with its sophisticated game mechanics. In the roguelike deck builder, we’ll traverse a dungeon and fight a variety of monsters. The battles are turn-based, we trigger each of our actions by playing cards from our deck. Along the way we can collect new cards and upgrade old ones. The system gains depth through the complex interactions between the cards, which can be combined to form powerful combos. This opened up an enormous number of tactical possibilities. After failed runs we have to start over, but we can unlock new maps and characters that allow completely different playstyles.
Slay the Spire instead of €24.99 for €9.99 in the PlayStation Store
AI: The Somnium Files
AI: The Somnium Files – game scenes from the anime adventure
AI: The Somnium Files is a dark anime style detective game. In the Tokyo of the future we play the special agent Kaname Date and try to catch a serial killer. We interview witnesses and search crime scenes for clues. However, classic investigative work alone does not lead us to the goal. That’s why we’re making use of Kaname’s special ability, which allows him to enter people’s dreams for a short time and look for further clues there. The adventure convinces with its dense atmosphere and its equally exciting and complex story. The scope is also right, you can count on around 30 hours of playtime.
AI: The Somnium Files instead of €39.99 for €7.99 in the PlayStation Store
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