Today’s best game deals: Cuphead $15, Untitled Goose $14, Mario 3D + Bowser’s Fury $50, more

25% off $15

As part of today’s best game deals, after dropping the first details on Playstation 5 VR and the latest Play At Home free game program, Sony is now offering Cuphead for $14.99 in digital form via PSN. Regularly $20, this is 25% off the going rate and the best price we can find. This one is still listed at $20 via the eShop and on Xbox. If you have yet to give this handcrafted masterpiece a try, now’s your chance. Featuring a 1930s-style art treatment and a fantastic jazzy soundtrack, this one has impressive boss encounters with run n’ gun-style platforming stages in between. Down below you’ll find loads more notable deals on Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Untitled Goose Game, Street Fighter V Champion Edition, Red Dead Redemption 2, and much more.

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Sony now offering ‘Double Discounts’ on over 200 PlayStation games for PS Plus members

While the latest Big in Japan sale is still alive and well, a new PlayStation Plus Double Discounts sale is now live on PSN. Sony took to its official PlayStation Blog to detail the latest Double Discounts event and we are now looking at over 200 discounted titles. All of the games in the sale are already marked down, but PlayStation Plus members can get even deeper deals on every title in the sale. Head below for more details. 

Sony launches new ‘Big in Japan’ PSN sale with over 250 PlayStation games up to 75% off

Sony has now kicked of a new Big in Japan event with loads of digital PlayStation game deals at up to 75% off. More specifically, you’re looking at over 250 game deals here ranging from Mega Man and Sonic titles to the Dark Souls series, Kingdom Hearts, Metal Gear, and much more. This is a great time to fill up your back catalogue without leaving the couch. Head below for more details and some of the best new digital PlayStation game deals on tap here. 

February PlayStation Plus FREE games: Control Ultimate, Destruction AllStars, more

Sony has now taken to its official PlayStation Blog to announce the February PlayStation Plus free games. Last month saw titles like Maneater and Shadow of the Tomb Raider (still live right here), but in February, PlayStation Plus members will get Destruction AllStars, Control: Ultimate Edition, and Concrete Genie. Head below for more details.

October PlayStation Plus freebies inbound: Need for Speed Payback and Vampyr

Sony has now taken to it official blog to unveil the October PlayStation Plus freebies. Last month saw Street Fighter V and PUBG (both still available to claim until October 5, 2020), but this month will see Need for Speed: Payback and the third-person action RPG, Vampyr. As always, you’ll need to make sure your PS Plus membership is in order to score the freebies. More details below.

Rocket League freebies: $10 Epic Game Store credit and new PS Plus DLC Pack

Rocket League free-to-play is now live, and we are starting to see some interesting promotions surrounding the vehicular soccer destruction title. Now that is has been taken down from Steam (although you can still play your copy of it there), Epic Games is now offering a no-strings-attached $10 credit for redeeming the game on its PC/Mac gaming service, alongside a new freebie PlayStation 4 DLC pack from Sony. Head below for all of the details.

Sony unveils the FREE September PS Plus games: Street Fighter V and PUBG

After seeing some big-time deals on PlayStation Plus and PS Now this morning, Sony has taken to the official PlayStation Blog to unveil the FREE September PS4 games. It’s all “chicken dinner and shoryukens” next month with the battle royale game that started it all and Capcom’s latest entry in the Street Fighter franchise (outside of that 30th anniversary collection anyway). As usual, you’ll need to be a PlayStation Plus member to access the free games and these titles will remain part of your library for as long as your subscription remains active. Head below for more details.

How to access the Tony Hawk Pro Skater Warehouse demo this Friday


We have some more details on the Tony Hawk Warehouse demo today courtesy of the PlayStation Blog and Xbox Wire. The remake combines both of the original titles in the series (along with much more) in a ground-up re-work for modern-day consoles. But an early promotion will see a demo of the games’ iconic Warehouse stage recreation go live later this week. Head below for more details and how to go hands-on this Friday.

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