A week goes, the week comes and PSN promotions never stop. As usual with Sony’s (as well as Microsoft’s) platform, PlayStation Network withdrew last week’s rebates and brought in another batch of coolly priced titles. This time, the focus of the promotions is Bandai Namco.
There are several highlights for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, with games of all genres with values well into account. In the spotlight, we have for PS4: Dark Souls III , with 60% discount, Naruto Ultimate Ninja 4 , with 30%, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 with 40%, Dark Souls II with 70%, Project CARS with 60% Knights of the Zodiac: Soul of the Soldiers , with 75% and God Eater 2 , for 75% of the value.
In addition to the new generation titles, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita also have good games, like Touch My Katamari, One Piece, Dragon Ball Z: The Battle of Z, Ride, Sword Art Online: Lost Song, Ni No Kuni, and many others. Check out some general highlights below:
- Dark Souls II: Scholars of the First Sin by R $ 40,19
- Dark Souls III for $ 49.99
- Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 for $ 69.99
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for R $ 149,99
- Knights of the Zodiac: Soul of the Soldiers for $ 24.99
- Project CARS for R $ 49,16
- Little Nightmares for $ 29
- Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution for $ 9.99
- Ride for R $ 30,72
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse for R $ 29,99
- Dark Souls II for R $ 32.99
- Ni no Kuni for R $ 10,24
- Knights of the Zodiac: Soul of the Soldiers for R $ 35,87
- One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 for R $ 30,72
- Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization for $ 29.99
- Sword Art Online: Lost Song for R $ 35,87
- Touch My Katamari for R $ 6,19
- God Eater 2 for R $ 30,72
Undoubtedly, they are not bombshell deals with the most beloved titles by fans, but there are great quality AAA games for very good values. What can end up alienating many people is that Bandai has a lot of focus on anime games, something that is not for any audience.
Anyway, you can spend a hefty amount on the excitement, especially on the PlayStation 4. Who will put the economy aside in this cool September to ensure older games? If you want to see the complete list, just click here.
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