Once the upgrade is over, there’s another one! I don’t have time to say goodbye to spring sales Golden Week has already begun on the PlayStation Store, is a new container of discounts designed to satisfy the tastes of any type of gamer, especially those obsessed with Japanese production. Meanwhile, the new unmissable week show, which is entirely dedicated to this roundup of the 2021 game, has also begun. So we’re back in business, ready to give you advice. Three games at a reduced price That weekend you can’t miss for any reason in the world!
Persona 5 Royale Deluxe Edition (20.99€) – golden week
Person 5 It is in no uncertain terms one of the best JRPGs ever, especially in its version Royal, which enriched and balances an already unforgettable gaming experience in its launch edition. Very few products can boast Such narrative stratification is remarkablewho manages to judiciously integrate deep themes such as the corruption of the human spirit and the daily problems of a group of Japanese children, who spend their days from one semester to the next.
The people of Tokyo are corruptThey commit the most heinous of atrocities by giving in to unstoppable impulses and instincts. Fortunately there are fake heart thievesan unusual group of thieves: during the day they are simple high school students, while at night they use Metaverse Navigator smartphone hack failure (Surreal worlds created by corrupt adult hearts) to steal their hearts treasure (The source of malevolent desires) and made them repent of their actions. The plot is able to keep you glued to the screen for dozens and dozens of hours, but if Persona 5 Royal can be considered a masterpiece, it is also and above all thanks to deep turn system And a turn-based combat system is always rewarding.
The Royal Edition adorns the already exceptional main game with a new member of Phantom Thief (Kasumi Yoshizawa) an expanded story with a playable third semester, additional music, a new mansion, a renewed graphics segment, a revisited interface, numerous credits to a fun experience, and above all , Italian translations. The Deluxe Edition on offer also puts the Kasumi Pack on the board, including four sets of customizations for the new character.
Missed referee (€29.99) – golden week
We’re staying in Japan to bring you another Golden Week show, entirely dedicated to lost judgment For PlayStation 4 and PS5, a detective story that managed in one fell swoop to become an excellent sequel to Judgment and decisively exit Yakuza, the series for which it was born.
The missed judgment pushes you back into the role of a former lawyer Takayuki YagamiNow a street detective. Together with his former Yakuza partner Masaharu Kaito, he will have to investigate a seemingly perfect crime, behind which lies a complex web of intrigue that mocks a corrupt justice system.
Moving between Tokyo and Yokohama, digital cities that enchant the senses by offering insight into Japanese culture, you will have to reconcile Investigation stagesenriched here with new devices, stealth tracking of suspects and cunning infiltration methods, and many battles. With the main series now moving to turn-based battles (read Yakuza Like a Dragon movie review), Lost Judgment embodies the original spirit of the Yakuza by letting Yagami choose between Three different fighting styles: Cranefast and polar; Tiger, based on brute force; the new snakewhich allows you to disarm enemies and focus on dribbling and counter-attacks.
On PlayStation 5, it offers two graphics modesOne focus on performance (60fps at 1440p) and the other prefers the level of detail (30fps at 4K). More details about the game can be found in our PS5 Missing Provisions Review.
It takes two (15.59 euros) – week show
You can’t let it slip away Game of the Year Winner at the 2021 Game Awards? Of course not, especially now that it’s been cut down so hard! take two is a fascinating modern fairy tale, which continues the path followed by the previous works of Hazelight Studios (A Way Out), and can only be played and exclusively Two players in online or local co-op.
It Takes Two is about Cody and Mae, an opposing couple whose spells are turned into dolls. Together with another player, you will have to help them overcome their differences by accompanying them on a journey through A world full of unpredictable quirks and original gameplay solutionsWhich will test your intelligence and their marital relationship.
The adventure directed by Joseph Fares is a real adventure creativity focusa source of constant astonishment that charmed world critics and More than 5 million players. Don’t be discouraged by the collaborative commitment, because it made possible to implement hilarious solutions impossible. Every purchase gives access to Both PS4 and PS5 versionscontains friend statement, which allows you to share the adventure with your friend online for free. keep reading review takes two If you are still not convinced.