PSN discounts this week include Shadow of the Colossus, Yakuza Kiwami and more

Plus: a PS4 with three games for Ł259.

Once more, the good old PlayStation Network has set up a brand-new line of discounts for the coming week, this time including some rather high-profile titles in amongst its ranks. Most notably, you'll find Shadow of the Colossus for £19.99 and, perhaps even more excitingly, Yakuza Kiwami for £9.99.


Other highlights from the newly discounted batch include Dark Souls 3 for £15.99, Full Throttle Remastered for £6.19, Firewatch for £7.39, The Last Guardian for £11.99, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite for £15.99, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for £6.49, Persona 5 for £24.99, Yakuza Zero for £18.99, Bloodborne: Game of the Year Edition for £15.99, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven for £11.99, and perhaps most importantly of all - Euro Fishing for £7.39.

This is all in addition to the already running offer that will get you 15 months of PlayStation Plus for the price of 12, as previously reported.

If you happen to need the whole console, you can grab yourself a PS4 Pro with God of War for £349.99 at the moment, essentially making the game free with the console. If you're not into the whole '4K' thing, you can grab yourself a PS4 Slim with copies of Wolfenstein 2, Doom and God of War, all for £259 by adding the whole lot to your Tesco Direct basket (including two consoles) and removing one of the consoles - voila! You'll get one console and all three games for £259.

If all that excitement wasn't enough for you, you can always stop by Jelly Deals and check out the guides to the best PS4 hard drive of 2018, best gaming headset in 2018, and much more.

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