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Like Christmas, Easter is a time for giving. Well, I say giving, what I actually mean is getting cheap games and hiding from the world while playing them....
Right now, Sony have dropped a flash sale on us, running through the Easter Weekend, offering up to 80% off on PS3, PS4, and PS Vita games.
On PS4, the discounts include the Bioshock The Collection for $29.99 US, and the PS3 is offering The Last of Us Remastered and The Nathan Drake Collection at £7.99 each, and massive discounts on Prince of Persia Classic Trilogy, Devil May Cry HD, Dishonored GOTY and more.
The Vita has a host of Disney games at 60-75% discount, and Grim Fandango for the measly sum of $2.99.
And if that wasn't enough, there are big discounts on movies too, including The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies at $24.99 and $19.99 respectively.
You can see the full list of discounts over at https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/flash-sale/cid=STORE-MSF77008-FLASHSALE17LP/1
And just to add something even more special to the event you can also net 3X Sony Reward Points on your flash sale purchases.
Guys...look.... the Star Wars Last Jedi trailer just dropped.
That will be all.
A handful of games are set to release this summer for the Nintendo Switch. After a single major game launched at released with only a few Indie games, this is welcomed by the community. Check out the article for the list of games that are slated for release.
Puyo Puyo Tetris: April 25 (with a demo out today)
Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition: May 11
Disgaea 5 Complete: May 23 (demo coming soon)
Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers: May 26
Arms: June 16
Splatoon 2: July 21
Fate/Estella: July 25
Sonic Mania: Summer
Sine Mora X: Summer
Project Mekuru (working title): Summer
Namco Museum: Summer
Also, Ubisoft are bringing a version of Monopoly to the Switch in the fall, and Payday 2 will come in 2017.
Retro gaming fans will be pleased to know that a cult classic from 1989 will be making a comeback next week (April 18th) when French developer, Lizardcube and DotEmu (who specialise in modernising retro games) release the Sega Master system's “Wonderboy, The Dragon's Trap”. And no, it's not the Wonderboy of Tenacious D fame before you ask...
If you ever wondered what GTA in Legoland would be like and missed it the first time around, then you're in for a treat. The 2013 game which was a Nintendo Wii U exclusive has resurfaced on PS, Xbox One, and is about to be released on Nintendo Switch.
Following hot on the heels of the recent Lego Worlds, Lego city Undercover was widely regarded as one of the better Wii U games, and is quite frankly one of the better games from the Lego franchise, with its trademark humour, gameplay, and everything you'd expect from the Traveller's Tales series.