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The PlayStation Store Is Hosting A Huge July Sale On PS4 Games

Bloodborne Complete Edition for $17.49, No Man's Sky for $25, and more fantastic PS4 deals

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After a round of major Fourth of July deals, the PlayStation Store has kicked off a big July sale of its own. The July Savings event on the PlayStation Store discounts over 240 games, bundles, and add-ons for some of the best PS4 games, including Bloodborne, Monster Hunter World, and Nioh. The sale is live now until July 23, so you have about a week to take advantage of the deals. On top of that, PSN launched a new Games Under $15 sale that'll also run until July 23.

Right now, you can grab Bloodborne's Complete Edition bundle for just $17.49, down from its usual $35. Not only do you get one of this generation's best games, but also its expansion, The Old Hunters. Call of Duty: Black Ops III's Zombies Chronicles edition is available for $19.79 (usually $60) and includes the massive Zombies expansion with remastered classic maps from previous games. Meanwhile, you can also get the Deluxe edition of last year's excellent Star Wars adventure game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, for $38.49, which gets you the base game and bonus digital content, including cosmetics, a digital artbook, and director's cut.

Assassin's Creed games are discounted across the board, so if there's one you haven't picked up yet, now's a good time. Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Ultimate Edition, which comes with the season pass along with a copy of Assassin's Creed III Remastered, is just $30 and is absolutely worth it for all the content you get. If you really want to go hard and dive head first into the series, the Assassin's Creed Legendary Collection gets you six games: Black Flag, Rogue Remastered, Unity, Syndicate, Origins, and Oydssey. It's available for $60, 70% off its list price of $200.

Check out more of our picks from the latest PSN sales below--there are some fantastic discounts available. Plus, see all the current deals at the PlayStation Store, including a big sale on multiplayer games that ends on July 16.

July Savings & Games Under $15: Best PS4 Deals

  • Ace Combat 7 - Deluxe Edition -- $28.04 ($85)
  • Amnesia Collection -- $4.49 ($30)
  • Assassin's Creed III Remastered -- $16 ($40)
  • Assassin's Creed Legendary Collection -- $60 ($200)
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey - Ultimate Edition -- $30 ($120)
  • Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered -- $9.89 ($30)
  • Assassin's Creed Unity -- $9 ($30)
  • Batman: Arkham Knight -- $10 ($20)
  • Bloodborne - Complete Edition bundle -- $17.49 ($35)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Zombies Chronicles Edition -- $19.79 ($60)
  • Crash + Spyro Triple Play bundle -- $60 ($100)
  • Far Cry 4 -- $6 ($20)
  • Dark Souls III - Deluxe Edition -- $21.24 ($85)
  • Devil May Cry 5 - Deluxe Edition -- $25 ($50)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Deluxe Edition -- $51 ($85)
  • Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen -- $9 ($30)
  • Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds DLC -- $5 ($10)
  • Inside -- $8 ($20)
  • Journey -- $7.49 ($15)
  • Little Nightmares - Complete Edition -- $7.49 ($30)
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - Master Edition -- $36 ($60)
  • Moonlighter -- $6.79 ($20)
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 - Deluxe Edition -- $12 ($80)
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered -- $15 ($50)
  • Nioh - Complete Edition -- $25 ($50)
  • No Man's Sky -- $25 ($50)
  • Outlast 2 -- $6 ($30)
  • Pillars of Eternity - Complete Edition -- $10 ($50)
  • Quantic Dream Collection -- $14.79 ($40)
  • Resident Evil 7 -- $10 ($20)
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Deluxe Edition -- $38.49 ($70)
  • Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection -- $14.79 ($40)

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I just finished Jedi Fallen Order, on PC not console. IT gets a bad rap, it actually is a very good game. It is hard getting through the candy layer of 'bro game' in the early chapters before it turns more into a open world Knight of the Old Republic like game. If you have not played it, grab it now on sale. AFter 7-8 hours is when the game starts to shine, and I must have put in nearly 90 hrs now .. worth it.

The problem is, that developers hire several Studios to make a game. This studio works on this part this studio works on that part and then it all comes together under a developers in house management. This is simply how many big triple AAA games work. It also allows the making of a game, whois budget is taken up nearly 30- 40% by licensing fees of the Star Wars brand.

It is so disjointed, like reading a novel with chapter written by stephen king, dean koontz, and john Saul - it all seems very familiar but very disjointed and at times. Still though the writers and Developers brought it all together in the end and made an amazingly good game. It really should have sold more than it did, maybe people just feel burned by the subpar Star Wars games that have been released over the last two generations.

But again this is a great game get it.

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Bloodborne is definitely not one of the best games of the generation. Sekiro is miles better imo.

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@gamerbum: OMG, i strongly disagree and ... agree .. all at the same time. ::must flame my own ass::.

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@gamerbum: While I completed Bloodborne, I don't get why the fuzz is about that game. Plus I dislike games that don't tell you where the next targets or objetives are, making you grind it out. Tried getting into DS3 but put it down after 20 minutes and never looked back.

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@gamerbum: You're right, not the generation, but of the medium.

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Most of these games are cheaper than this, all year around, if you buy the physical copy. Then you can always resell it or let a friend borrow it. I understand if it’s cheaper here or you don’t have the option of getting the physical one, but I’ll never understand the people who strictly buy digital, because they like it more. The only pros to digital are that you don’t have to change the disc, you can let one other person use your game if you guys trade accounts and you can’t scratch or lose them. Physical is better in every other way. Stop being lazy, and just act like an adult (even if you’re not one) and don’t scratch or lose your discs.

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@justthetip: I am weird i guess, I am the kind that puts in a disc...... plays till i beat it or sick of it. Then it is dead to me, i then give it to family, or friends at work. I own plenty of digital but go out of my way to get physical, it still has value after you buy it.

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Getting Medievil for $20. I rented been wanting it to drop to $20 for the Deluxe Edition for some time.

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Alright..ill bite with Naruto for $12, I fell out of love with that anime since my first year of college 7 years ago, didn't even finish it, just had a friend spoil the end for me but I want a new fighting game and $12 with a game with 100 characters and complete last arc story

Also Far Cry 4 $6, thats an impulse buy for me right there. ill try that out at only $6

P.S for anyone wanting to try Monster Hunter World, $36 for the master edition of Icebourne is not a bad buy considering Capcom is still supporting the game with updates and new monsters to hunt, it is a game best played with friends though

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Probably not the same sale, but the Double Dragon & Kunio-Kun Retro Brawler Bundle is apparently 51% off until about 3 AM tonight. Get it while it's hot.

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Okay, this sale has got some very good deals.

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@Barighm: Not when you're using to paying $20 or less (much less usually) for physical editions.

I got No Man's Sky for $20 within a year of launch and if you can find a copy at Target Assassin's Creed Unity is $9.98 or LESS for a PHYSICAL copy. So paying $9 for some 1's and 0's ain't exactly a 'deal'. Heck. No Man's Sky was $5 at Walmart for a loooong time. It's long sold out at every store now but they had stacks for a long time.

But then again I almost never find any of these "deals" on digital versions of games to be as 'spectacular' or 'amazing' as folks who are apparently more than OK with paying higher than MSRP pricing for digital games.

I pity gamers whenever physical copies go away completely. Without competition in the digital sales arena the pricing on these "sales" will be even more mediocre.

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@ThrillKillFan: I'm all for physical, but some games just aren't readily available in physical format. For example, Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid is mostly digital and the only physical version I see is by Limited Run, whose entire business model feeds scalpers ($85+). I bought it digitally for $9.99. I bought the Kunio-Kun Bundle for $19 because it's not available on PS4 in a physical form (the regular price is $40 which is outrageous, but it's on sale).

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@WarGreymon77: The thing is with everybody being connected virtually all the time these days it's not that hard to be on LRG when the physical editions go up for sale. Virtually everybody has a phone that has a browser on it. Though for some that have had no physical edition I can understand buying digitally if the price is palatable enough.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is a bargain for £1.59 if you enjoy investigative games.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Ultimate Edition is down from $109.99 to $17.59

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