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Who needs AAA games when you have the best cheap PS4 games? They're not always the biggest or most visually impressive games around, but one thing's for sure: they're fun and affordable.

The entries on this list are some of the greatest titles available on the PS4, but cost a very reasonable $20 or less. Varied in genre and gameplay, in age and length, you will be able to find something you like here that costs a third or even less of the price of a standard new game you'd pick up in a store. Although you could of course go for the best free PS4 games and pay nothing at all.

Some players like to pick up cheap games because they have limited budgets and don't mind waiting to pick up older titles once their prices have dropped. Others are less interested in the price and more in the unique ideas that inexpensive indie games can explore. And others may want to build out their collection to make sure they don't miss out on the best titles of years gone by. Whichever category you fall into, you'll find the best way to make use of your $20 on the PlayStation Store here.

If you wind up with a lot of these games and need extra storage space, check our recommendations for the best external hard drives for PS4 and Xbox One.

What are the best cheap PS4 games?

Before revealing our favorites, we've got to mention that none of these games are free to play. You can check out our other list for our best free PS4 games.

But as for the best cheap PS4 games, my personal pick of the bunch would be Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition. An enormous open world made even larger by the presence of all the available DLC in one package, this game has both interesting mechanics and an entertaining story, all for an amazingly cheap price.

The latest multiplayer craze is Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, a platforming game that you complete simultaneously with and against other players online. You can spend money to get fancy cosmetics, but the basic experience comes in under our $20 limit.

For co-op players, Cuphead is a great test of you and a partner's skills. Platforming and shooting are challenging and often lethal, but the ability to quickly revive one another means with good communication, you'll be able to make it through even the toughest of the game's charmingly animated bosses.

If you're after story and nothing else, Night in the Woods is the games you should check out. There is some platform puzzling to do as you navigate from plot beat to plot beat, but you get to spend lots of time with some of the most endearing characters in gaming.

For strategy fans, John Wick Hex will scratch that itch. You'll require a mind for tactics in order to shoot your way in slow motion through hordes of baddies. If you're wanting a different kind of puzzle to solve, perhaps Mini Metro's abstract subway networks will let you flex your mental muscles with a less intense theme.

You can also check out the best split screen PS4 games for multiplayer fare.

The best cheap PS4 games you can buy today

1. Axiom Verge 2

Enter another strange new reality in this sequel to the original Axiom Verge, one of the best "metroidvania" games released in the last ten years.

Like the first game, the main goal is exploration of a large interconnected world. As you travel you'll find roadblocks, but you'll find the tools to overcome them at the ends of other paths, so if you're struggling, just look elsewhere.

There are of course many enemies and even a few boss monsters to tackle on the way, but with a varied array of weapons, you might just be able to find your way through and discover why you've been brought here.

2. Haven

Yu and Kay are a couple in a tight spot, and so have escaped to a desolate planet. In the body of their old spaceship, they plan to build their home, with the help of the friendly denizens of their new world, and by defeating those who seek to tear them apart.

In keeping with a game about an intimate relationship, Haven makes you control both characters simultaneously, both when roaming the world and in a fight. You can do this with a local co-op partner or by yourself as you prefer, but either way the mechanics of moving and battling in unison matches perfectly with the tone of the game, told through interactive conversations. Plus the electronica soundtrack is a treat to listen to throughout.

Available for $/£ on the PlayStation Store

3. Cloudpunk

Cloudpunk is the name of the company you work for, a shady courier operation. As Rania, a driver responsible for making these deliveries, you'll travel the city on your assignments, learning more about the activities of its diverse inhabitants over the course of one dramatic night.

The city of Nivalis has a thick, oppressive atmosphere, and you'll explore its skyscrapers from top to bottom as you drive and walk between destinations. In suitably cyberpunk style, there are few happy moments to be found across the different stories, but many different secrets for you to uncover. 

Available for $/£ at PlayStation Store

4. Sayonara Wild Hearts

A self-described "pop album video game", this is a high-speed puzzle that takes through a neon world on the back of a motorcycle, skateboard and other vehicles, and with an emotive soundtrack to boot. You're playing a young woman with a broken heart, who has found herself on an unending road in the sky; part of a world that takes after the cards of a tarot deck.

Each level, which is individually scored, sees you collecting items, dodging obstacles and battling foes as you ride towards the end of the level. There are boss battles too that mix in other mechanics to break up the action with new challenges. Once the story is through, you may want to go back through and improve your scores so you can get a perfect set of gold medals. 

Available for $/£ at PlayStation Store

5. Spelunky 2

Even if you never played the original, you'll still find this roguelike platforming game easy to get into. Playing as one of several explorers, you'll be tasked with delving into the depths of the Moon. Each playthrough is made up of randomly-generated levels, which means you'll never see the same content in the same way twice. And even if you win (which is quite unlikely on any particular run), there are still more secrets for you to find on subsequent playthroughs.

If you don't want to adventure alone, you can invite up to three other players in local co-op or one other player online, either fighting through the caverns together, or against each other in Arena mode.

6. Watch Dogs 2

The second game in the open-world hacking series takes you to San Francisco, where, as new protagonist Marcus Holloway, you join Deadsec to take on the ctOS system that monitors the city.

As well as conventional weaponry, you also have the ability to hack nearby devices, such as your enemies' smartphones, drones or even parts of city infrastructure, to help you fight back. And if fighting against the city isn't enough, you can also join up in co-op to get or give a helping hand, or invade another user's game and engage in a tense game of cat and mouse, trying to figure out their disguise and take them out first.

7. Fight of Animals

Taking inspiration from viral animal memes, this game puts pets and wild beasts together in an arena for a Street Fighter-style showdown that manages to be both complex but very dumb.

To cut through to the heart of the game, it's a 2D fighter. That means you'll be moving and jumping backwards and forwards in a straight line, deciding when best to block and attack in order to win the best of three rounds.

You'll need to be seriously online to understand where the ideas for the characters came from, but anyone can appreciate the absurd spectacle of a jacked Shiba Inu punching a magical squirrel. There's also a pretty robust combo system beneath the silly visuals, meaning that if you spend some time getting to grips with the game, then you can become the apex predator when you challenge your friends, try the game's arcade mode or fight against others online.

8. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

The newest game to take social media by storm, this battle royale-style title doesn't involve fighting directly, but rather platforming by way of running, jumping, diving and grabbing.

Each round takes you through your way to the end of one of several tricky obstacle courses. Make it to the end fast enough, or complete one of the other unique goals tied to different maps, and you'll get to progress to the next round, until a victor is decided in a final free-for-all.

With up to 60 players a match each playing as a cute bean-shaped character, there's a lot of visual appeal, particularly when you begin to unlock cosmetics to customize your avatar's look and emotes. Sometimes you'll be playing against all of the other players, but other times you will be split into teams for a more cooperative experience.

9. Cuphead

After two years of Xbox and PC exclusivity, you can finally play this beautifully designed and dastardly difficult platformer/shooter. As Cuphead and/or Mugman, you'll travel across the world to hunt down and defeat a number of bosses who owe their souls to the Devil, just like you. It's a dark-sound theme, but it's presented with charming hand-drawn animation designed to look like s cartoons. In motion, there's no other game that looks like this.

You'll be seeing frequent restarts as you tackle each boss, as you're only a fragile cup and they will strike you down with some brutal attacks. But the good thing is you won't mind, since the game looks great, and sounds awesome thanks to its jazzy soundtrack, and there's customization options if you feel you need to change up your tactics. If you have patience to learn the game's systems and the enemies' patterns, you'll be hooked on Cuphead.


Puzzle games often require you to look closely at your environment to figure out what to do next, but in Superliminal it's even more important. Your perspective on the scene matters, because moving things around changes their size, allowing paths to be uncovered and built out of the everyday items you find around you in-game. This is a game that's definitely going to stretch your mental muscles in a way they have not been tested before.

While the world you find yourself in is quiet and peaceful (apart from the comically small and large objects you've left behind), there's a strange story going on in the background, in which you're the subject of a strange kind of therapy represented by the puzzles. The voiceover narrator may remind you of another unusual puzzle solving game involving portals, but Superliminal is its own unique beast that deserves your attention.

Moving Out

Helping your friends move out of their house is a chore in real life, but it's a lot more fun in this game. With up to four people, you'll extract furniture from homes and other buildings full of junk outside and into your truck. Luckily for you, you can carry the possessions out in more ways than just the door, and your clients don't seem to mind about breakages, but the environment around their homes and business will be full of more hazards than you may have expected.

You're able to collect a variety of character customization pieces to swap between as you complete removals in your quest to become the best company in town. There are usually a couple of different ways to complete a level depending on if you want to blast through the game or you want to master the game's strange physics system and controls. And if you want an even tougher challenge, then the Arcade Mode lets you try moving a sofa through some more difficult environments. Whichever one you choose, you'll find a scenario that's the perfect level of difficulty for you and your friends.

John Wick Hex

Just like the film trilogy that this game is based on, John Wick Hex is about strategizing your way through an overwhelming number of armed enemies.

This isn't a shooter, it's more of a strategy title that is somewhere between real-time and turn based, the game pausing each time you reach an enemy so you can figure out your approach to the situation. Every action you then take is measured on the in-game timeline, be it movement, shots or reloads, against those of the enemies, allowing you to play around with options to see which solution lets you survive unscathed.

The game has a look that's just as interesting as its blend of genres. You'll travel between varied environments all rendered in a comic book style that makes a whole lot of sense given the apparent superpowers that John Wick has with whatever gun is in his hands.

Telling Lies

There's a mystery that needs solving, and the only evidence you have is a series of clips from video chats between four different people going back over four years. Using the search capabilities of the data based you've 'acquired', you have to go through the clips to find out what happened between them.

The catch is that you'll only get the first five results for whatever term you search for, even if that word appears in the transcript of more than five clips. This means you can't just skip to the end immediately, and even if you did, there's no guarantee you'll know what's going on. You'll need to choose your search terms carefully, taking note of key names, places and phrases to learn what you should search for next, and from there figure out the answers to your questions.

Untitled Goose Game

As the Goose named in the title, you have only one goal - bother the villagers in as many ways as you can find. They may be going about their day tending to their garden, running a pub or just relaxing reading the newspaper, but you have a list of mischievous tasks to get on with, and you can’t be reasoned or bargained with. You'll be breaking, entering, stealing, flapping and honking from start to finish and any boundary you come across won't stop you for long. 

This short but very sweet experience will take you to various areas around a picturesque village where there are lots of ways you can spoil a person’s day. The simple graphic style and piano score give the game an atmosphere like an old-fashioned cartoon, making it a pretty enjoyable spectator experience as well as a player one.

When you’re done with what you might call the game's campaign, you can try out a speedrun of each area, or look for hidden tasks that combine the items from around the map in fun ways.

Castle Crashers Remastered

A refreshed edition of the beat ’em up with a uniquely bizarre take on the fantasy genre. You and up to three other people play as knights on a quest to save princesses, defeat an evil wizard and recover a stolen treasure, which sounds normal enough. However, on your way to rescue these damsels, you'll need to take on giants, fish and other strange enemies with your fists, weapons and magic. 

The game takes place over various stages, each with their own obstacles and rewards that you can then spend on ability upgrades or new items to help you in the next battle. You can play alone with CPU allies or enlist other teammates online or locally, which can help you take on your enemies or revive you if you get overwhelmed. But no matter how many friends you have along with you, you’ll have a great time.

This remastered version was released last year, and is undoubtedly a superior product to the original game too. The graphics and performance have been touched up for a prettier and smoother experience, and an additional mini-game has been added for a bit more variety in gameplay too.

Mini Metro

A good city needs an effective subway system, and in Mini Metro, it’s your job to plot the routes between an ever growing number of stations. Each stage is based on a real-life city, simplified into a couple of landmarks like rivers and different available train types. You'll need to link every station to your network, either to an existing line or a new one, making sure you have enough trains and carriages to handle the demand, as well as keeping an eye on extra resources like bridges and tunnels, which you'll only get more of at the end of each in-game week.

Every time you open a new line, it adds a new instrument to the procedurally generated soundtrack, the rhythm determined by the speed and length of the line. It's a fun way to illustrate the complexity of the rail system you're building without needing any additional graphics, which also makes the game enjoyably hypnotic.

The game comes with a handful of modes, including an unlimited mode, so your experience can be as hectic or relaxing as you like. It’s definitely not a detailed simulation, but watching your rectangular trains take polygonal passengers up and down the track, expanding the map and appreciating your network's unique melody will satisfy all kinds of players.

Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition

In the distant future, Earth has been taken over by animal-like machines, with humanity forced back to a pre-industrial way of living, scared of the technology that drove them there. The brave and curious Aloy is a part of this society. Her strange connection to the machines makes her an outcast, but also drives her to explore this world and understand the importance of her place in the world. 

Taking control of her survival and hunting abilities, you’ll travel a world full of dangerous metal creatures and unfriendly humans from other tribes. Some you'll be able to tame or even ride, but others are like miniature boss battles every time you encounter them. You'll need to make use of your entire arsenal of slings, bows and spears to take on larger enemies or groups, either setting a careful network of traps or slowly picking off your foes with silent, well aimed arrows

There's a great story to follow as you do this too. Learning how the current world came to be, and how familiar landscapes and items are recontextualized in this time is fun on its own, while the story of Aloy and her friends as they fight against a machine-worshipping cult that seeks to enact a destructive plan, helps ground it with meaningful stakes.

Invisible Inc.

This stealth strategy roguelike starts you very much on the back foot. Your private spy agency has been compromised by the very megacorporations you get paid to infiltrate, and now you have just 72 hours to regroup and begin a final last-ditch mission to preserve the life of your AI companion, Incognita, who is your only defence against total defeat. 

Armed with various tools, you control a pair of agents on assignments to gather resources and allies, with each location and its goals being randomly generated. There's only a limited number of turns you can spend on each mission before security becomes too tight, so you’ll spend a long time agonising over who to take on a mission, as well as each move you make. This is a game where your mistakes stick, no matter how terrible the outcome, and even if you play perfectly, your successes, whether it's knocking out a guard or an entire security system, are temporary. This is a high stakes puzzle that always has a fresh experience for you every time you play.


Combining both fantasy and horror in an action-adventure role-playing game, Bloodborne takes you on an unforgettable expedition throughout the ancient city of Yharnam. You select your own origin story and shape characters through stats and in-game decisions, but you'll always find yourself armed with a transforming "trick weapon" and faced with abominations that either used to be human or is something so alien you can barely comprehend it.

As the game progresses, you'll uncover dark secrets and fight to survive while you explore Yharnam's cursed streets. Cinematic visuals ensure you enjoy every visceral detail in this gothic environment, while Bloodborne's challenging gameplay puts your wits, strategy and reflexes to the test. You can't take many hits, and death means you drop all your currency, so dodging and parrying is the order of the day.

Alongside the story, there's the optional online mode that allows you to invade or be invaded by enemy players. Or you can try out the randomly-generated Chalice Dungeons, which blend enemies old and new into twisted labyrinths full of unique rewards.


Critically acclaimed for its stunning visuals and musical score, Journey lets players explore an ancient and mysterious world. The game puts you into the place of a robed traveller, looking for a way up to the peak of a mountain. You don't know why you're going there, but you're left with no doubt that it's what you must do.

Whether it's with a CPU companion or a real life player, you'll travel towards the summit without a word, communicating only in charming musical tones. The actual mechanics are like a platforming game, requiring you to jump and slide through environments, helped by your companion and enchanted pieces of fabric that respond to your songs, helping you reach new areas.

The story and world is shown to you with little direct explanation and no spoken dialogue, forcing you to interpret the game's storyline on your own. It sounds quirky, but Journey provides innovative and immersive gameplay that will get you hooked, and leave you with a strong impression that will last for a long time afterwards.

Night in the Woods

If adventure is something you seek, Night in the Woods is a unique exploration game that may pique your interests with its dark humor and contemporary story. You play as Mae Borowski, a snarky college dropout who also happens to be a cat. Mae's just returned to her hometown, Possum Springs, which has fallen upon hard time since the local mines were shut down. Reuniting with your friends, you gradually begin to adapt back to your old life as Fall rolls in. And then stuff starts to get weird.

Gameplay-wise, you'll be running, jumping and use a few different supernatural powers to voyage into Mae's past and present life in the town. You have some control over the game's outcomes with your choices too, the friends you spend more time with revealing more of their secrets to you, which means you have a good reason to replay the game when you're done. It has a cute visual style, but this will lull you into thinking that the content of this story is anything but the unflinching look at modern life for young people.

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How to choose the best cheap PS4 games for you

All of these games are well regarded by critics, but not every title here will be right for you. When considering a purchase, go by genre, not just reviews. Check what kind of game mechanics, play modes and other features these games have, and you will have a better idea of what you're in for, whether you're searching for a new game in a familiar genre or want to try out something entirely different.

If you're still not sure, look for demos. Some of these games have limited free versions if you search the PlayStation Store. Download these and you can then try out the game hands-on to see if it's worth your time and money.

Now while these games are indeed cheap, they can get cheaper. The prices of these games drop several times a year for various events, so if you're willing to be patient, waiting for one of these sales will let you get even more for your money.

Richard is a Tom's Guide staff writer based in London, covering news, reviews and how-tos for phones, gaming, audio and whatever else people need advice on. He's also written for WIRED U.K., The Register and Creative Bloq. When not at work, he's likely thinking about how to brew the perfect cup of specialty coffee.


20 Best Cheap PS4 Games You Should Pick Up

As a console that&#;s well over half a decade old and with the PlayStation 5 out in the wild as the focus of most of Sony&#;s attention going forward, now&#;s a good chance to pick up the best cheap PS4 games from the platform&#;s storied history.

Your mind may instantly wander to the recently announced PlayStation Hits for cheap games on PlayStation 4, but they&#;re actually a considerable markup when you can pick them up for far cheaper without the fancy label. If you&#;re shopping on a budget or simply want to skim through the PS4&#;s extensive library without breaking the bank, here&#;s what lies in store.

Also, as a great bonus: all of these games will also work on PS5 thanks to backwards compatibility.

The prices below are correct at the time of writing and may fluctuate over time.


The Best Cheap PS4 Games

1. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Mankind Divided

Developer: Eidos Montreal
Publisher: Square Enix
Price range: $5/£5-£10/$15

Nobody&#;s favourite Deus Ex game, Mankind Divided launched to strong but not spectacular reviews and really seemed to struggle in the sales charts, owing to a weird lack of marketing and a less than kind launch window.

It&#;s a shame as while the experience is certainly on the short side and the ending seriously lacking, it&#;s sure to scratch an itch. It may be the last Deus Ex game we get for a long time, so be sure to pick it up. Its DLC is also fairly priced, too.


2. DOOM ()


Developer: id Software
Publisher: Bethesda
Price range: $5/£5-£10/$15

One of the best FPS games of its generation (if not the best), DOOM brings the pain to the demons of Hell while also staying very true to what makes it a DOOM game.

There&#;s no regenerating health or cover shooting, it&#;s just you, your boomstick and whatever toys you can find on the way. While it may not be quite as fast and frenetic as Eternal, DOOM still leaves most other FPS games on PS4 in its dust.

And, despite what some might say, its multiplayer isn&#;t that bad, either.

From our DOOM review:

&#;Doom was a revolution in and in it has emerged from development hell to pick up exactly where Id left off. It’s a masterful return to form and essential.&#;


3. Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2

Developer: Respawn
Publisher: EA
Price range: $5/£5-£15/$20

The relatively low sales of Titanfall 2, not helped by EA sending it out to die, have contributed towards it having a huge markdown as early as and putting a third game in jeopardy.

If you&#;re yet to try out the best robot-parkour-shooter, you have a great chance with it now being regularly on sale, which also regularly includes its deluxe editions.

Its multiplayer is fantastic, but for once when it comes to FPS games, the campaign is the main attraction. If you&#;ve been playing the hell out of Apex Legends, maybe take a trip back as well and then join the rest of us crying out for a third game.

From our Titanfall 2 review:

&#;At the risk of getting hyperbolic, it’s an incredible experience from the ground up that should be played by anyone who loves a first-person shooter with ambition and heart. It’s on another level to its predecessor and almost all of its rivals.&#;


4. Downwell


Developer: Moppin
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Price range: $1/£1-$3-£2

Based solely on first appearances, the low price of Downwell may seem justified. However, based on gameplay and how much you can get out of this challenging and addictive shooter, it&#;s actually a bargain.

While it&#;s probably best suited for portable gaming, Downwell&#;s pick up and play ethos makes it the perfect palette cleanser when you want to wean yourself off the heavy stuff, i.e. being disgraced by kids in Fortnite.

Also, it&#;s cross-buy on the Vita.

From our Downwell review:

&#;Pound-for-pound (or dollar-for-dollar), Downwell is one of the Switch’s best games in its price bracket and just generally one of the system’s best games, which applies to every system that Downwell has appeared on to date.&#;


5. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Metal Gear Solid V

Developer: Kojima Productions
Publisher: Konami
Price range: $5/£$20/15

While the verdict may be out on its story, one thing is agreed upon by almost everyone: The Phantom Pain has some fantastic gameplay. Whether it&#;s sliding down hills in a cardboard box or riding a horse to glory, you have dozens upon dozens of hours of playtime to get through.

As TPP didn&#;t sell quite as much as Konami would have liked, it&#;s down to a snip and you can also get the Definitive Edition which includes Ground Zeroes for a little extra. Let&#;s not think about them using Metal Gear Online as a selling point even though it was already with The Phantom Pain, though.

From our TPP review:

&#;The Phantom Pain is a game that will be talked about years from now as the centerpiece for one of the greatest series’ across any media and as a Hideo Kojima game through and through.&#;


6. Dishonored 2

Dishonored 2

Developer: Arkane
Publisher: Bethesda
Price range: $8/£5-$15/£10

Dishonored 2 reportedly sold just a fraction of what its predecessor did, which is a pretty big blow for the franchise going forward. What that means for you is that you can get Dishonored 2, the masterful stealth adventure, for very little at all.

The brilliance of Dishonored 2 is that you can approach most situations in whichever you see fit whether playing as Emily or Corvo. Go in loud and violent or slink around the back and be peaceful — the choice is yours. While single-player stealth sims may not be all the rage these days, check out Dishonored 2 to see why so many people love the franchise.


7. Prey

Prey game

Developer: Arkane
Publisher: Bethesda
Price range: $10/£8-$20/£15

Poor Arkane. Their games are so incredible but just don&#;t seem to connect with a massive audience. Prey didn&#;t resonate with everyone at launch, which led to it only doing okay in sales, much like most of the publisher&#;s output.

Everyone else&#;s loss is your gain, however, as Prey is a solid alternative to classics like System Shock that sees you trying to uncover the mysteries of a space station where everything is wrong. Also, the coffee mugs are trying to kill you.

From our Prey review:

&#;Prey mixes BioShock with Dishonored and a dash of System Shock &#; the result is an engrossing setting with palpable tension, tons of reasons to explore and a compelling narrative that takes a couple surprising turns.&#;


8. Bloodborne

Bloodborne aggressive

Developer: FromSoftware
Publisher: SIE
Price range: $10/£8-$20/£15

One of the earliest console-sellers all on its own, Bloodborne is a PS4 exclusive for those who want a faster-paced Dark Souls. It&#;s cliché to mention that it&#;s a difficult game at this point, but nothing worth having in life is supposed to come easy.

You&#;ll die often, but when you succeed and finally begin to make progress, it&#;s a feeling unlike any other. Although it&#;s in the PlayStation Hits range, you can find it far cheaper elsewhere without the fancy packaging.


9. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3

Developer: CD Projekt Red
Publisher: CD Projekt
Price range: $10/£$20/£15

If you haven&#;t yet played The Witcher 3, it probably means that you have a social life that you really shouldn&#;t abandon. Who needs friends when you can have sex on top of a unicorn and meet a lot of ugly children, though?

On its own, Wild Hunt will give you + hours of content, but if you pick up its complete edition which comes with Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine, that&#;s an extra 50 hours of sexing at the very least right there.


Just Cause 3

Just Cause 3

Developer: Avalanche
Publisher: Square Enix
Price range: $10/£5-$15/£10

While the console version of Just Cause 3 isn&#;t always a smooth ride, if it&#;s just dumb fun you want from your cheap PS4 games, Just Cause 3 has you covered. There&#;s no feeling quite like wingsuiting around before finding some cows to attach explosives to.

If it&#;s the complete experience you want, the XL edition will set you back a few extra dollars or pounds and is probably worth it. You can also pick up the XXL version for cheaper than you might expect, though none of the additional content is particularly mindblowing.


Mortal Kombat XL

Mortal Kombat XL

Developer: NetherRealm
Publisher: WB Games
Price range: $10/£5-$15/£10

Fighting games are tricky beasts to price correctly these days as they&#;re so heavily based around selling DLC after release with these purchases supporting the game in the long-term. Cut out all that waffle and waiting by picking up Mortal Kombat XL instead: the complete package of one of the best fighting games of this generation.

If you want to watch a xenomorph take on Johnny Cage and the blood inevitably spill without having to go to a dodgy site for adults, this is the one for you. You can also pick up Mortal Kombat 11 for cheap these days, but again: so much extra DLC.


Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus PS4 review

Developer: Team ICO/Bluepoint
Publisher: SIE
Price range: $15/£$20/£15

One of the best video game remakes ever made launched in at a more than fair price already with the months and years since launch seeing it drop even further.

Basically, if you never played Shadow of the Colossus on the PlayStation 2, you have no excuses for not picking it up on the PlayStation 4 instead and discovering the melancholy tale of a man, woman, horse, and a whole bunch of jaw-dropping behemoths. Extra cost for tissues not included in price.

From our Shadow of the Colossus review:

&#;While it may lack the initial wow factor by way of being a remake, Shadow of the Colossus on PS4 does the original justice, and then some. It cements the legacy of Team Ico’s classic while bringing a few new things to the table, creating the perfect introduction to a masterpiece in design and understated storytelling in the process.&#;


Uncharted 4

Uncharted 4

Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: SIE
Price range: $15/£$20/£15

Inarguably one of the most beautiful and bombastic games of this generation, Uncharted 4 seeks to wrap up the story of Nathan Drake by delivering the most ambitious game in the series. It certainly is that, a journey across the world for a pirate haven with more twists and turns than a pack of snakes playing Twister after a bottle of vodka.

Uncharted 4 is an essential PS4 game for a reason, so if you&#;re somehow unfamiliar with the joys of swinging from a rope and then punching some bloke in the face while enjoying the lusciousness of its visuals on a PS4 Pro, fix that.

From our Uncharted 4 review:

&#;Once the curtains close and the credits roll, you’ll be left with a certain sense of melancholy. Yes, it’s likely that this will be the final instalment in the Uncharted series, but Naughty Dog certainly know how to end on a high, and I cannot wait to see what they start working on next.&#;


Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Shadow of War PS4 review

Developer: Monolith
Publisher: WB Games
Price range: $15/£$20/£15

Judging from how quickly it plummeted in price, it looks as if Shadow of War wasn&#;t exactly a rip-roaring success for WB Games. As well as being less well received than its predecessor, Shadow of War&#;s inclusion of loot boxes polarised fans.

With those now removed and the game better balanced as a result, Shadow of War is now the game it was supposed to be: a hulking beast that tries to do many things at once. While it&#;s not perfect, there&#;s still plenty of enjoyment to be had &#; just don&#;t let diehard Tolkien fans play the story.

From our Shadow of War review:

&#;There’s a lot to love about Middle-earth: Shadow of War, though it often creaks under the weight of its own lofty ambitions. It’s not helped by ludicrous storytelling and irritating basics, but if you want to potentially lose days of your life to enslaving orcs and riding drakes, you’ll be in for some fun.&#;


Sonic Mania

Sonic Mania

Developer: PagodaWest Games, Headcannon
Publisher: SEGA
Price range: $15/£$20/£15

The first good Sonic game since, well, the early days of the franchise is more than just a gratuitous nod to long-time fans &#; it&#;s where the series should go next.

A glorious mish-mash of different Sonic periods while also just generally be a good Sonic game in its own right, Sonic Mania could be the perfect cheap PS4 game for anyone with a love for the gaming of old or the blue blur in general. Plus, Sonic Mania Plus, the version with additional content, is just as affordable.

From our Sonic Mania review:

&#;Sonic is back, praise be, Sonic is back. Old school fans will relish the challenge and the attention to detail while younger gamers may able finally understand why Sonic was such a gaming icon in the s. But seriously, screw Hydrocity Zone.&#;


Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon: Zero Dawn

Developer:Guerrilla Games
Publisher: SIE
Price range: $10/£$20/£18

Horizon Zero Dawn is a game that should straight up just not work. An open world where you take on robot animals as a tribal huntress sounds like it&#;s trying too hard to be original, but that&#;s exactly what it is.

A one-time PS4 exclusive that&#;s getting a sequel by the name of Forbidden West for the PS5, you can play as Aloy on the cheap whether it&#;s the base edition or the Complete Edition with the also excellent Frozen Wilds DLC in tow.

From our Horizon Zero Dawn review:

&#;Horizon Zero Dawn boasts a stunningly realized vision of the post-post-apocalypse, accompanied by a fascinating and chilling mystery surrounding the fall of civilization and surprisingly deep and strategic combat which combine to create one of the best new IP’s in years.&#;


Any Yakuza

Yakuza 6 minigames

Developer: RGG Studio
Publisher: SEGA
Price range: $10/£$20/£18

Despite being pretty universally beloved, the Yakuza series almost always receives a heavy discount shortly after a new game is released. It&#;s a shame that more people don&#;t buy the wacky games on launch, but that just means you have a much cheaper entry point.

The amount of Yakuza games is a little overwhelming, especially if you&#;re brand new. We would recommend you check out Yakuza 0 first, which sets up the entire franchise, and the Kiwami 1 and 2. From there, you can pick up the remastered collection before tackling Yakuza 6, which is the last ride of the legendary Kazuma Kiryu. Yakuza 7: Like A Dragon is the most recent game, so it&#;s not quite at the same price as the others yet.


Rainbow Six Siege


Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft
Price range: $10/£8-$15/£12

One of the best live service success stories in all of gaming, Ubisoft&#;s Rainbow Six Siege definitely didn&#;t wow many people when it first came out. Following regular updates and some commendable persistence from the developers to make it work, Siege is now one of the most successful paid multiplayer games in the world.

And it&#;s yours for super cheap, especially if you just want to pick up the Starter Edition. Other, pricier editions of the game will give you Operators to play with off the bat, but you can save yourself some money by instead grinding through and unlocking them naturally. You will definitely get bang for your Buck with Rainbow Six Siege.


Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV

Developer: Square Enix
Publisher: Square Enix
Price range: $10/£8-$15/£12

Certainly not the most popular Final Fantasy game (for a multitude of reasons), Final Fantasy XV still has plenty to offer for JRPG fanatics, which includes countless hours of content and driving in a car with your bros.

Following Notcis and his friends as they start a long journey to Altissia to get Noctis married off, it&#;s not long before things go drastically wrong and we get sucked into a charming tale of friendship — with maybe a few too many in-game ads. If you&#;ve yet to give it a chance, Final Fantasy XV is at least worth experiencing at this price.


God of War

God of War

Developer: SIE Santa Monica
Publisher: SIE
Price range: $15/£$20/£15

The best PlayStation 4 game of all time? Maybe, but it&#;s certainly a resurgent entry in the God of War franchise, which had become predictable with its previous entry, Ascension, not really focusing on the right things.

Featuring an older, guilt-riddled Kratos as he escorts his son to a mountain of great importance, God of War shifts the perspective to over-the-shoulder and makes things a little less chaotic and more tactical. All set in one incredible long shot, God of War is a game about fatherhood and, perhaps most surprisingly of all, love.

You&#;re running out of excuses not to play this.

From our God of War review:

&#;It&#;s not the God of War you once knew, but Kratos&#; debut on PS4 brings the franchise back into the limelight in a big way as one of the best games of its generation.&#;

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First, there’s the controller. Every new PS5 includes one DualSense controller. Unlike the DualShock controllers, the DualSense has a two-color scheme and a more ergonomic design. The controller also features adaptive triggers, a built-in microphone, and haptic feedback, with some games taking advantage of the controller’s features to provide more immersion.

In addition to working with the PS5, the DualSense can connect to Android and iOS devices wirelessly. The controller will also connect wirelessly to a PC if your computer supports Bluetooth. If not, you can connect the DualSense to a PC using a USB cable.

The white controller usually retails for around $70, but sometimes you can find it on sale for $60 — the same goes for the new midnight black and cosmic red shades unveiled in May. The DualSense is a good successor to the PS4’s controller, given all the improvements that come with it. If you already owned a PS4 or own a DualShock 4, however, you can still use the controller on the PS5, but it will only work while playing PS4 games.


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