PS4 games for under €5: Get these 10 bargains in the PS Store now
Until 1am on December 22nd, the PlayStation Store will be offering year-end sales with over 700 offers for PS4 and PS5. To start with, we already have them for you big highlights presented and you later favorable Games for under €10 picked out. Finally, this time we present you with ten particularly cheap bargains that you can get for less than €5. If you prefer to browse the list of offers yourself, you can do so here:
PS Store End of Year Deals: Over 700 deals for PS4 & PS5
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Definitive Edition – Full Pack Launch Trailer released
With the Definitive Experience of Metal Gear Solid 5 you get the main game The Phantom Pain, the prologue Ground Zeroes and all DLCs in one package. Metal Gear Solid 5 is a stealth shooter that is characterized above all by its enormous freedom of play. With a wide range of weapons, equipment and vehicles, we have a lot of options to complete our missions in the vast, open areas. The story this time is not as exciting as in the predecessors, but there is a motivating progression system in which we build our own base to unlock more weapons and equipment.
Metal Gear Solid 5 Definitive Experience instead of €19.99 for €3.99 in the PlayStation Store
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen
Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen – Extended RPG review video
A few months ago, Dragon’s Dogma 2 was announced. If you want to catch up on the predecessor first, you can get it now for €4.99 including the extensive expansion Dark Arisen, which offers an additional island with around 15 hours of playtime. Dragon’s Dogma is a dark action role-playing game with a large open world and a fairly challenging difficulty level. The highlight are the exciting and fast-paced battles. In these we are usually not alone, but are supported by AI companions and also often have to deal with groups of enemies, so that they quickly develop into small battles.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen instead of €24.99 for €4.99 in the PlayStation Store
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect: Andromeda – Test Video: A polarizing space epic
Mass Effect Andromeda received some criticism when it was released, but most of the bugs and weak animations have since been fixed. What is left is a very competent and extensive action-packed science fiction role-playing game with an interesting premise: we must search on alien planets for a suitable habitat for the 20,000 people waiting on our ship. We encounter numerous aggressive aliens and also the mysterious ruins of a lost civilization. The main story sags a bit in places, but there are many exciting quests and discoveries.
Mass Effect Andromeda instead of €19.99 for €4.99 in the PlayStation Store
Yakuza Kiwami – PS4 Remake trailer
Yakuza Kiwami is the technically overhauled new edition of the first Yakuza, originally released for PS2 in 2005. The usual ingredients for which the series is now famous are already there: the open world is not particularly large, but it is very detailed and full of creative mini-games and references to Japanese pop culture. Firearms play a subordinate role in the fights, instead there are spectacularly staged hand-to-hand fights in which we like to use objects from the environment in addition to our fists. In addition, as in every Yakuza, we are served an exciting gangster story.
Yakuza Kiwami instead of €19.99 for €4.99 in the PlayStation Store
Resident Evil Remastered – HD Remake Test Video
The remake of the first Resident Evil is a lot closer to the original than the remakes of parts 2 and 3. While it offers greatly improved PS4-level graphics, it retains the fixed camera angles and controls of the horror classic. Getting started is not easy, especially for newcomers. Once you get used to it, the advantages of the old-fashioned design also become apparent. The fixed perspectives ensure that we always wonder what horrors are lurking in the corners of the room that the camera just doesn’t catch. Otherwise you get survival horror of the old school with scarce resources and just as scarce inventory space.
Resident Evil instead of €19.99 for €4.99 in the PlayStation Store
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Hall of Fame video for the PlayStation classic
Castlevania Requiem brings you two milestones in the famous action platformer series, Rondo of Blood, originally released for the PC Engine in 1993, and Symphony of the Night, which was released for Sega Saturn in 1997. Both are still considered among the best parts of the Castlevania series, which co-founded the Metroidvania genre with its intricate level design (which is particularly evident in Symphony of the Night) and its dark art design inspired by many old horror films excellent. Both titles still play very well today, so it doesn’t hurt that not much has been reworked apart from the sound effects.
Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood instead of €19.99 for €3.99 in the PS Store
Styx: Shards of Darkness
Styx: Shards of Darkness – The launch trailer reveals more about the story of the stealth action game
With Styx: Shards of Darkness you get a good stealth action game with an unusual protagonist for just under two euros: We play a goblin assassin who has to deal with enemies such as humans, elves and dwarves in a fantasy world are physically superior. What he lacks in size and physical strength, Styx makes up for in dexterity and nasty tricks. Not only can he sneak up on enemies and stab them from behind, he can also poison them, lure them into traps, or use magical powers. The levels give us enough freedom to experiment with different possible solutions.
Styx: Shards of Darkness instead of €19.99 for €1.99 in the PlayStation Store
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition
Tomb Raider – Definitive Edition Dev Video
You can get the Tomb Raider reboot cheaper in the Definitive Edition, which, in addition to technical improvements, also provides all DLCs. The story follows how Lara Croft became the badass adventurer we know her as. At 21, she travels to what appears to be a deserted island as part of a research expedition that goes disastrously wrong and encounters members of a mysterious cult. In terms of play, this Tomb Raider is more action-heavy than earlier and later parts. Much of the game plays like a third person shooter. Climbing, puzzles and exploring graves are still there, but play a subordinate role. But there are new survival elements.
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition instead of €19.99 for €4.99 in the PlayStation Store
Redeemer Enhanced Edition
Redeemer – Intense gameplay scenes in the announcement trailer
Redeemer is a bloody top-down action game that, despite the existence of guns, relies primarily on powerful hand-to-hand combat. We play an assassin who worked for a weapons company for a long time and now wants to retire. But since the company doesn’t want to allow that, he has to fight for his freedom with violence, for better or for worse. The Enhanced Edition has changed a lot in the game. While the original was still frustratingly difficult, a new progression system now ensures that by leveling up we can get over even the toughest spots sooner or later. Nevertheless, you still have to be prepared for very demanding battles.
Redeemer Enhanced Edition instead of €14.99 for €2.24 in the PlayStation Store
Kona – Launch Trailer introduces the playable survival thriller
Kona is a first person adventure in which we, as detectives, travel to a remote Canadian village to investigate some rather harmless cases of vandalism. Once there, however, we find the village deserted and come across a corpse. Now it’s up to us to find out what happened here and what became of our client. The gameplay consists mostly of detective work. We search the village for clues, solve puzzles and draw our conclusions. There are also survival and action elements. The cold winter can quickly become dangerous for us outdoors, and hungry wolves are up to mischief in the village.
Kona instead of €14.99 for €2.99 in the PlayStation Store
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