GameStop Anime Game Sale Has Deals On Persona, Dragon Ball, And More

Persona 5 Strikers and Persona 5 Royal are both on sale right now.


Like Dragon Ball or anime-style game series like Persona? Of course you do. With GameStop's new anime games sale, you can buy a whole bunch of them for up to half off, and many of them feature both pre-owned and new game options. It doesn't matter which system you own, either, as there are games on sale across Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch.

During GameStop's We Love Anime sale, several different big-name anime games are on sale, and a few of them are even new releases. Persona 5 Strikers on Nintendo Switch, for instance, is only $40, with the same price available on PS4 and a pre-owned copy knocking a few more dollars off. Personal 5 Royal, which is an upgraded and expanded version of the original version, is $35, as well.

Dragon Ball and Shonen Jump franchises in general are heavily featured in the sale, with Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot on sale for just $20. The brawling mashup game Jump Force is just $15, giving you a chance to see some of your favorite characters duke it out, regardless of whether it makes any canonical sense.

Other anime-style games on sale at GameStop include 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. A long-awaited game from Vanillaware, it mixes visual novel-esque adventure elements with strategic combat, and it's $30 off at the moment. Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris is based on the popular series and is one in a very long line of its games, and it is $20 instead of $30.

There are a few other games mentioned in the promotion, including Code Vein, though it appears to be eligible for a promotion on bundled game discounts rather than a discount on its own. However, it's an excellent Souls-style action-RPG with a vampiric twist.

Below is a list of our favorite deals from the sale. All prices are for the new versions, with pre-owned being a few bucks cheaper.

GameStop We Love Anime sale best deals

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