The Best Games and Deals on The PSN for 4/24/18 PlayStation Store, What are You Up To???

Almost every week a beautifully interesting indie-title is released into the PlayStation Store and take every other game’s shine. Thanks Mr. PlayStation! Some weeks you make my job really difficult, but this week we’ve got some solid releases.

New Releases

The Swords of Ditto ($19.99)

The Swords of Ditto is a game that looks amazing and I’m sure is fun to play, but it only features local co-op, so it’s dead to me… I ‘m just kidding, though that is disappointing, everything about this game looks amazing. The art style looks like a playable cartoon from my childhood and, from what I’ve seen, the gameplay looks like a lot of fun.

To Leave ($19.99)

To Leave appears to be the kind of game that offers an interesting story mixed with challenging gameplay. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any reviews for the game, so I sadly can’t say how the game compares to something like Celeste, a fantastic game that fits into this category as well. Hopefully, the people that discover the title and give it a chance will enjoy it as much as people enjoyed Celeste.

Games on Sale!!!

Monster Hunter: World ($47.99)

It’s not only the most successful Capcom release EVER, but it’s also the current Game of The Year for Thinks of a Thoughter. That’s kind of a big deal…

NieR: Automata ($35.99)

I only beat this game twice… which apparently wasn’t enough to get full appreciation out of the game, but with that said, I still really loved this game. The selling point of this game is that it has like 25 ending. Now that’s what I call replayability!

Persona 5 ($32.99)

Speaking of replayability, that’s not something you have to worry about with Persona 5 because it NEVER ENDS. Seriously, no one on the planet has beaten this game. If they claim they have, they’re lying. Thankfully, it’s one of the best RPG’s ever made, so it’s okay.

Stardew Valley ($8.99)

A game that relationships, a town full of mystery, ghosts, fishing, yearly events, sword fighting, and you can farm too, I guess. Stardew Valley is the hand of God when it comes to farm simulators. In fact, referring to Stardew as a farm simulator is insulting and gives too much credit to other games that are considered farm simulators.  Suck it Tractor Simulator 2019!

Yakuza Kiwami ($17.99)

The Yakuza series, it’s like if Shenmue was good.

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