Steam's Huge Golden Week Sale On PC Games Ends Soon

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As Golden Week kicks off in Japan, marking a week-long vacation for many Japanese workers, the rest of us can enjoy a huge wave of deals that celebrate the long history of iconic Japanese-made games. If you're a PlayStation owner, be sure to hit up PSN's Golden Week sale, which has more than 500 PS4, PS3, PS Vita, and PSP games and DLC discounted until May 7. While Microsoft hasn't posted a Golden Week sale, PC gamers are in luck, as Steam just launched its own sale on thousands of PC games and DLC, which ends May 6 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.

A ton of classic Japanese-developed series are represented in Steam's Golden Week sale, from Dark Souls and Devil May Cry to Final Fantasy, Street Fighter, and Resident Evil. Some great games are discounted, including Resident Evil 2 for $39.59, Nier: Automata for $30, Nioh: Complete Edition for $25, and Dark Souls III's Deluxe Edition for just over $21. Quite a few fighting games are discounted--Dragon Ball FighterZ is down to just $15, Jump Force is available for $36, and Street Fighter V is only $8.

Other notable deals include Ni no Kuni II for $20.39, The Missing: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories for $19.79, Final Fantasy XV for $15, and Monster Hunter: World for $39.59.

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There are literally thousands of discounted games to browse through, so check out some of our picks below.

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