PlayStation Easter Deals for less than €10
Did you get your PlayStation voucher worth €10 yet? Get the most out of your voucher by spending it on one of these cool deals.
12-04-2017 - by Iris Wijers
Did you spend €50 in the PlayStation Store this March? If so, you've probably already received your voucher worth €10. Last month we already discussed our selection of games you can pick up for under ten euro. However, combine your voucher with the Easter sale and the selection of eligible games gets bigger and more interesting. We have listed our favorite options for you. Of course you don't need the voucher to get these games, but make sure you have enough PSN credit in that case.
Combine stealth-gameplay, supernatural powers and an incredible amount of choice, and you've got the recipe for something great. Dishonored is a brilliant first-person game in which you don the mask of Corvo Attano. After the regent he was supposed to protect gets brutally murdered and he gets framed for it, Corvo has to find a way through the rat-infested city of Dunwall to rescue the abducted princess. Dishonored gives the player unprecedented freedom: do you kill your target by poisoning him, or do you stuff him in a crate and send him off to the end of the world? Do you sneak into the palace in the form of a rat or do you grab your pistol and shoot your way through? The choice is yours.
Grim Fandango Remastered - €4,99 (66% off) - £3,99 (77% off)
In search of a traditionally difficult point-and-click adventure? Grim Fandango Remastered brings the 1998 Lucas Arts classic to the PS4. Play as a travel agent for the deceased and unravel the mystery behind the strange events in the company you work for. Grim Fandango Remastered is challenging and full of dark ánd light humor. They don't make them like this anymore.
You can now pick up 2014 Game of the Year and author's favorite Dragon Age: Inquisition for less than ten euro in the PlayStation Store. Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third installment in the Dragon Age series. Play as the Inquisitor as they try to defuse the long running conflict between mages and templars, fix the massive rift in the sky and stop an ancient evil from destroying the world. This RPG offers everything you would expect from a Bioware RPG and is set in a vast world of green hills and snowy plains.
Unravel - €4,99 (75% off) - £3,99 (73% off)
Unravel is one of the cutest and unexpectedly moving indie games we've seen in years. Play as Yarny, a brave hero made from one thread of red yarn. He is small, but courageous and determined. Unravel is a game about fixing broken bonds and bringing together things that were never meant to be apart. It is your task to guide Yarny to the end of each level without unravelling completely.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles - Trilogy essentially gives you three games for the price of one. The three Assassin's Creed spinoff games bundled in this title bring a new dimension to the Assassin's Creed franchise. In the sidescrollers you play as three different assassins in China, India and Russia. The games are quite difficult, but look beautiful and will make a good addition to the collection of any Assassin's Creed fan.
Whether you're a fan of The Walking Dead or not, Telltale's version of the zombie-apocalypse is definitely worth playing. In this incredibly popular series you play as ex-convict Lee as he tries to survive a world filled with zombies, accompanied by eleven-year old Clementine. Good graphics, a moving story and difficult choices have made Telltale's the Walking Dead into a popular series. You can get the first season now for €5,99 / £4,99. Already played the first season? You can also get the second season
for less than ten euros. For the true Telltale fan: you can also get Game of Thrones - Season Pass
and The Wolf Among Us
at a discount.
Who hasn't played a Rayman game in their youth? Since Rayman appeared on Atari for the first time in 1995, the blonde hero has had many adventures across different genres. Rayman Legends follows in the footsteps of Rayman Origins and returns to the 2D platforming format the hero is originally known for. The game is filled to the brim with content, looks gorgeous and plays like you'd expect from a 2D platformer. A must-have for fans of platformers, or for anyone seeking to rediscover the genre.