In the midst of everything going on in the world and an increased number of people staying at home and indoors, a rather extensive PlayStation Store Sale has appeared. Billed the Mega March event, it includes offers that drop an array of games down to fractions of their normal price. It is also on until March 30, 2020.
On the store page, 205 results pop up if people only limit themselves to games available. To help sift through this PlayStation Store sale, Siliconera has gone through some of the titles to pick out ones that might be especially relevant to people’s interests. (But please, remember that there are many, many more reduced on the actual storefront.) All of these are PlayStation 4 titles.
- 428: Shibuya Scramble is $9.99. This is an extraordinary visual novel that normally costs $49.99.
- AI: The Somnium Files is $35.99. This is the latest adventure game from Kotaro Uchikoshi, the man behind the Zero Escape series, and has the sorts of twists you’d expect from him.
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is $25.99. This was one of those instances where a Kickstarter game delivered pretty well on its promises. But then, what can you expect from Igarashi Koji?
- Catherine: Full Body is $29.99. This takes the puzzle and visual novel that explored relationships and adds even more, like a new character and extra endings.
- Chaos;Child is $29.99. If you like Steins;Gate, this game is in the same sort of vein and from the same Science Adventure visual novel series.
- DJMax Respect is $19.99. For people who like rhythm games, it’s a nice price drop considering it normally costs $49.99.
- Earth Defense Force 5 is $29.99. Three EDF games are on sale, but this is a really fun and recent one to consider.
- Gal Gun 2 is $17.99. Since this might have been people didn’t want to risk for the full $44.99 price, 60% off helps a lot.
- Monster Hunter: World is $14.99. If you’re going to be stuck inside, this is a good game to grab and start playing with friends. (Then, you could always grab the Iceborne expansion later if you enjoyed it.)
- Punch Line is $17.49. Another Uchikoshi game, this one offers comedies, a mystery, and fun twists.
- Resident Evil 2 is $19.59. The remake is especially notable for how detailed the characters and world are.
- Team Sonic Racing is $21.99. It may not be Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, but it’s not a bad racer if you have a few friends around.
The Mega March PlayStation Store sale runs until March 30, 2020.