Cheap games on PSN
What can a tenner buy you in the Playstation Store? Any of these five awesome PSN games, of course.Article
Psst. I'm going to tell you a secret: You were right. There is an overmind lording over games journalism from behind the curtains. It's big, brainy and loaded with feature ideas. One of them, obviously, had something to do with cheap PSN games. The USgamer overmind wanted to discuss PSN games under $5 but I was too rebellious to fully comply. As such, here's a list of 10 great PSN games you can get for under $10. Now, enjoy while I make my escape.
Bleeding neon and gritty pixels, Hotline Miami kind of reminds me of top-down, 2D Manhunt. It's a brutal, blistering ride that may well have your skin crawling even as you attempt to skulk onwards the next kill. The raw, angry colors perfectly complement the kind of mayhem you'll be wrecking throughout the game. Every enemy is a potentially fatal encounter but also a reason for exultation. Kill the right people, and you'll benefit from the weapons they had clutched in their hands. Fail to do so and, well, expect to die and come right back. Discretion? What's that? Now's the time for bloody murder.
Final Fantasy Tactics
Final Fantasy Tactics is, for many, a fixture in the annals of strategy role-playing game history. And also evil. Because if you've played Final Fantasy Tactics, chances are you'll be comparing every other strategy RPG you play to it. The passage of time may have caused Final Fantasy Tactics to age somewhat but it's a graceful decline. If you're willing to forgo the fact it lacks high-definition graphics or photorealistic pores, it remains an absolutely captivating experience. Expect to get buried into the intricacies of its job-system and the twisting, complicated narrative.
Before Journey, there was Flower (and a bunch of other games that followed the same narrative feel.) Flower, which has been described as the spiritual successor to Flow, puts players in control of the wind. Your objective? To experience Flower in its totality, really. Most of your time will be spent navigating a single flower petal through six main levels and, well. I won't spoil it. Flower will probably not appeal for those aiming to snag a heart-thumping action game from ye olde bargain basket. However, if you're shooting for something quieter and more meditative, this will sail right up your alley.