Yakuza Kiwami £10 || Shadow of the Colossus £19.99 || Monster Hunter World £34.99 || Nier Automata £24.99 || Friday The 13th: The Game £7.99 @ PSN
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Yakuza Kiwami £10 || Shadow of the Colossus £19.99 || Monster Hunter World £34.99 || Nier Automata £24.99 || Friday The 13th: The Game £7.99 @ PSN

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Refreshed 25th Apr (Posted 25th Apr)
These are the cheapest they've ever been on PSN.

You can also get discounted credit from Electronic First (£50 for £42.99).
The prices in brackets are with the credit.
(credit: goonertillidie)

Friday The 13th: The Game: £7.99 (£6.87)

Monster Hunter World: £34.99 (£30.08)

Nier: Automata: £24.99 (£21.49)

Shadow of the Colossus: £19.99 (£17.19)

Yakuza Kiwami: £9.99 (£8.59)
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Does Friday 13th have single player yet?
joeydeacon6 m ago

Does Friday 13th have single player yet?


Sounds like it.

'Additionally, the new update introduces the ability to play Friday the 13th offline with bots. The bots are available on every map and can be set to Easy, Normal, or Hard. '

gamespot.com/art…32/
Damn I wanted Yakuza zero to play first!
fuzzle32 m ago

Damn I wanted Yakuza zero to play first!


Yakuza 0 is £18.99 on sale on PSN too!
Yakuza is ridiculously cheap
Tee_Doff2310 m ago

Yakuza 0 is £18.99 on sale on PSN too!


Ahhh yeah thanks for the heads up! ♥
Dead Rising Triple at £14.99/£12.99 is another lowest-ever.

Ditto Ultra Street Fighter IV at £6.49.
been waiting for Yakuza Kawami to drop, cant go wrong for a tenner
Holy moly. I can't believe how much cheaper Shadow of the Colossus is.

Great Post, will finally jump in
Nice one OP, although I think the £50 PSN top up from electronic first is OOS
How long are these sale prices gonna last mate? and heated
Cheers OP. Anyone know when these deals expire?
param844 m ago

Cheers OP. Anyone know when these deals expire?


Yakuza says it ends 9/5 11:59pm
Edited by: "wellzism" 25th Apr
joeydeacon2 h, 11 m ago

Does Friday 13th have single player yet?



Surely worth a try at £6.87

EDIT: Or £7.99 in real money
Edited by: "silvercondor" 25th Apr
Perfect for me, I nearly bought Yakuza kiwami last next from 365 games.
how does kiwamj compare to sleeping dogs
gobby888 m ago

how does kiwamj compare to sleeping dogs


Hmm I'd say it is quite different, Yakuza is more like a Telltale game with 3D streets of rage built in.
Yazoo19901 h, 37 m ago

Yakuza is ridiculously cheap


Still glad I bought the steel book though. Just.

The dragon and carp tattoo designs are awesome. Showed it to a mate of mine with a body full of them. Looked at it with nodding approval.
Great prices
chrisvenn2 m ago

Great prices


Finally. Been a while since PSN have treated us. I've moved back to disc purchases mostly though, due to the risk of owning ps plus releases. Nothing worse than patiently waiting for them all month, only to already own them.
gobby8827 m ago

how does kiwamj compare to sleeping dogs


Superior.
Just.Wondering20 m ago

Hmm I'd say it is quite different, Yakuza is more like a Telltale game …Hmm I'd say it is quite different, Yakuza is more like a Telltale game with 3D streets of rage built in.


The only problem I found with this game is you can’t go anywhere without running into ‘street punks’ etc. When you’re playing it for the story, which is genuinely good in this game, the street fight button mashing becomes a bit laborious
Edited by: "joeydeacon" 25th Apr
Think I paid around £7 for Yakuza Kiwami on Asian Store Sale, but still well worth a tenner.
Oh man I see the PSN UK store spam posts have started now...
I have a stupid question about the Yakuza series.

I’ve been waiting for Yakuza 0 to go on sale for a while now because I’ve never played a Yakuza game and was told that it’s the best place to start. I know Yakuza Kiwami is a sequel (I think a remake of Yakuza 1?).

Is Yakuza 0 a much better or bigger game than Kiwami?

I ask this because I very rarely see Yakuza 0 on sale, and even on sale now it is double the price of Kiwami. Maybe I should only get Kiwami, but I’m not sure.
Great prices, thanks - got Yakuza and Shadow of the Colossus.

Start wherever in Yakuza, imo, I don't think it's an issue playing them out of sequence. I'm playing 0 atm which is excellent (got the others on PS3), will wait for price to drop for 6.
If you really need to know the storyline before you play, just read up!
RoboJoe8 m ago

I have a stupid question about the Yakuza series.I’ve been waiting for Y …I have a stupid question about the Yakuza series.I’ve been waiting for Yakuza 0 to go on sale for a while now because I’ve never played a Yakuza game and was told that it’s the best place to start. I know Yakuza Kiwami is a sequel (I think a remake of Yakuza 1?).Is Yakuza 0 a much better or bigger game than Kiwami?I ask this because I very rarely see Yakuza 0 on sale, and even on sale now it is double the price of Kiwami. Maybe I should only get Kiwami, but I’m not sure.


Isn't Yakuza 0 £18.99 on the store?
RoboJoe17 m ago

I have a stupid question about the Yakuza series.I’ve been waiting for Y …I have a stupid question about the Yakuza series.I’ve been waiting for Yakuza 0 to go on sale for a while now because I’ve never played a Yakuza game and was told that it’s the best place to start. I know Yakuza Kiwami is a sequel (I think a remake of Yakuza 1?).Is Yakuza 0 a much better or bigger game than Kiwami?I ask this because I very rarely see Yakuza 0 on sale, and even on sale now it is double the price of Kiwami. Maybe I should only get Kiwami, but I’m not sure.


I played the entire Yakuza series back to back not too long ago. That was a laugh. I don't think Yakuza 0 is neccessarily the best place to start. It's a prequel to the entire series. But Kiwami is basically the first game. However (and I can't remember exactly because all the games sort of just merge into one in your head eventually) Kiwami has had some changes made to it from the original to accomodate some stuff from Yakuza 0. I haven't played Kiwami, only the original PS2 game and the Wii U update. But whatever, don't worry too much. Like I said the stories in these games are fairly basic (that doesn't mean bad, just straight forward).
It's a tenner, it's the first game in terms of releases, just get Kiwami and use that as a starting point. I'm tempeted but totally burnt out on Yakuza for now!
braddock7111 m ago

Isn't Yakuza 0 £18.99 on the store?


Yes. That’s why I asked.


braddock7112 m ago

Great prices, thanks - got Yakuza and Shadow of the Colossus.Start …Great prices, thanks - got Yakuza and Shadow of the Colossus.Start wherever in Yakuza, imo, I don't think it's an issue playing them out of sequence. I'm playing 0 atm which is excellent (got the others on PS3), will wait for price to drop for 6.If you really need to know the storyline before you play, just read up!


Okay, thanks! I’ll consider that. I generally don’t like to read up on games (I’m weird and usually have to play things in order), but I was curious because I think Kiwami is the first game and I’m not sure if I should play 0 before that or not.

Edit:

ra786 wrote:
I played the entire Yakuza series back to back not too long ago. That was a laugh. I don’t think Yakuza 0 is neccessarily the best place to start. It’s a prequel to the entire series. But Kiwami is basically the first game. However (and I can’t remember exactly because all the games sort of just merge into one in your head eventually) Kiwami has had some changes made to it from the original to accomodate some stuff from Yakuza 0. I haven’t played Kiwami, only the original PS2 game and the Wii U update. But whatever, don’t worry too much. Like I said the stories in these games are fairly basic (that doesn’t mean bad, just straight forward). It’s a tenner, it’s the first game in terms of releases, just get Kiwami and use that as a starting point. I’m tempeted but totally burnt out on Yakuza for now!

Thank you for this, that helps me a lot I might just pick up Kiwami for now then and get 0 at another time. Although to be fair I have too many games anyway (I just got around to finishing persona 5 yesterday, haha).
Edited by: "RoboJoe" 25th Apr
silvercondor1 h, 12 m ago

Surely worth a try at £6.87 EDIT: Or £7.99 in real money


Excellent story, I paid £5 for Yakuza kiwami, using the o2 method, 50 percent off the discounted price.
silvercondor1 h, 12 m ago

Surely worth a try at £6.87 EDIT: Or £7.99 in real money

RoboJoe4 m ago

Yes. That’s why I asked.Okay, thanks! I’ll consider that. I generally don …Yes. That’s why I asked.Okay, thanks! I’ll consider that. I generally don’t like to read up on games (I’m weird and usually have to play things in order), but I was curious because I think Kiwami is the first game and I’m not sure if I should play 0 before that or not.Edit:ra786 wrote: I played the entire Yakuza series back to back not too long ago. That was a laugh. I don’t think Yakuza 0 is neccessarily the best place to start. It’s a prequel to the entire series. But Kiwami is basically the first game. However (and I can’t remember exactly because all the games sort of just merge into one in your head eventually) Kiwami has had some changes made to it from the original to accomodate some stuff from Yakuza 0. I haven’t played Kiwami, only the original PS2 game and the Wii U update. But whatever, don’t worry too much. Like I said the stories in these games are fairly basic (that doesn’t mean bad, just straight forward). It’s a tenner, it’s the first game in terms of releases, just get Kiwami and use that as a starting point. I’m tempeted but totally burnt out on Yakuza for now!Thank you for this, that helps me a lot I might just pick up Kiwami for now then and get 0 at another time. Although to be fair I have too many games anyway (I just got around to finishing persona 5 yesterday, haha).


Odd part is Sega released Yakuza 0 first on ps4 then yakuza kiwami later! I am currently playing yakuza 0, excellent story, I jumped on yakuza kiwami this morning, especially at £5 cost with the o2 method
Just.Wondering1 h, 2 m ago

Hmm I'd say it is quite different, Yakuza is more like a Telltale game …Hmm I'd say it is quite different, Yakuza is more like a Telltale game with 3D streets of rage built in.


Come on man! The streets of rage part yes. But it's nothing like a telltale game! It's more of a straight up action RPG if anything
joeydeacon1 h, 3 m ago

The only problem I found with this game is you can’t go anywhere without r …The only problem I found with this game is you can’t go anywhere without running into ‘street punks’ etc. When you’re playing it for the story, which is genuinely good in this game, the street fight button mashing becomes a bit laborious



I'm not sure about 0 or Kiwami in particular, but the other games have items that reduce the number of random encounters. You can also avoid them by simply walking, but still a tad annoying - as you say.
joeydeacon1 h, 2 m ago

Think I paid around £7 for Yakuza Kiwami on Asian Store Sale, but still …Think I paid around £7 for Yakuza Kiwami on Asian Store Sale, but still well worth a tenner.



Likewise! Possibly the same sale I got Skyrim for the equivalent of £7.

HOT ASIAN DEALS
ra78629 m ago

Come on man! The streets of rage part yes. But it's nothing like a …Come on man! The streets of rage part yes. But it's nothing like a telltale game! It's more of a straight up action RPG if anything


It is one big story with arcade parts .
Just.Wondering40 m ago

Odd part is Sega released Yakuza 0 first on ps4 then yakuza kiwami later! …Odd part is Sega released Yakuza 0 first on ps4 then yakuza kiwami later! I am currently playing yakuza 0, excellent story, I jumped on yakuza kiwami this morning, especially at £5 cost with the o2 method


does that still work? I didn't think it had worked for a very long time. what sim did you order?
IamChris25th Apr

does that still work? I didn't think it had worked for a very long time. …does that still work? I didn't think it had worked for a very long time. what sim did you order?


yes works 100 % have a google for o2 psn topup , no longer 10 for 30 , but 10 for 20 , no worries.
Just.Wondering44 m ago

It is one big story with arcade parts .


Lot's and lot's of games could be described as one big story. Doesn't make them like a Telltales game. Telltales games are basically slightly interactive novels with the odd qte or (usually very bad) puzzle thrown in. Very limited control. This is nothing like that at all. Nearly every numbered Final Fantasy is one big story and some bloke or woman walking around getting into fights. Doesn't make them or this like a Telltales game.
ra7863 m ago

Lot's and lot's of games could be described as one big story. Doesn't make …Lot's and lot's of games could be described as one big story. Doesn't make them like a Telltales game. Telltales games are basically slightly interactive novels with the odd qte or (usually very bad) puzzle thrown in. Very limited control. This is nothing like that at all. Nearly every numbered Final Fantasy is one big story and some bloke or woman walking around getting into fights. Doesn't make them or this like a Telltales game.


Well lets be honest , the Yakuza games have plenty of story , infacts on Yakuza 0 ,the cut scenes can take 10 minutes and upwards on some story sections....fairly regular too.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 25th Apr
Glad I held off on SOTC, will defo bite at that price now!
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