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PlayStation Store Big in Japan Sale Returns With Japanese Game Deals

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PlayStation Store Big in Japan sale

A new sale on Sony’s PlayStation Store is live, called the “Big in Japan Sale,” and, as you might expect, it features games that are popular in Japan. Many of these titles are inspired by or based on anime properties, but a sizable selection is comprised of original games.

Some titles available during the sale can be purchased at a substantial discount. The FighterZ Edition of Dragon Ball FighterZ is available for $15.19, which is a reduction of 84% from its normal price of $94.99. Similarly discounted is Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, which is also discounted by 84%, bringing its price down to $9.59 from $59.99. Other sales include:

  • 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim – $29.99
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – $19.79
  • Catherine: Full Body Digital Deluxe Edition – $24.99
  • Code Vein – $19.79
  • Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin $19.99
  • Dark Souls III – $14.99
  • Dark Souls: Remastered – $19.99
  • Digimon World: Next Order – $14.99
  • Disgaea 5 Complete Bundle – $19.99
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – $23.99
  • Jump Force – $14.99
  • Kingdom Hearts All-in-One Package – $24.99
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – $5.99
  • My Hero One’s Justice 2 – $29.99
  • Odin Sphere Leifthrasir$17.99
  • Sakura Wars – $29.99
  • Senran Kagura Etival Versus – $14.99
  • Shenmue III – Digital Deluxe Edition – $22.49
  • Soul Calibur VI – $14.99
  • Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Upgrade Kit – $14.99
  • Tales of Berseria – $9.99
  • Tekken 7 – $9.99
  • Trails of Cold Steel III Digital Deluxe Edition – $43.99

This is only scratching the surface, though. Overall, the sale offers discounts on just shy of a couple hundred titles. The “Big in Japan Sale” on the PlayStation Store is set to end on February 25, 2021.

Benjamin Maltbie
Benjamin is a writer from Upstate New York who has spent the past five years learning to survive the summers of Phoenix, Arizona. When he isn't playing video games, he is rambling at length about tabletop RPGs or diving down rabbit holes on Wikipedia. He has been writing about video games for the last twelve years and can't imagine stopping anytime soon.