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Sony discounts tons of PlayStation games in its latest flash sale

'Tomb Raider,' 'Just Cause 3' and 'Dark Souls II' are among the notable deals.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
June 21, 2019
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Hot on the heels of its major Days of Play E3 sale and adding a bunch of games to its PlayStation Hits lineup, Sony is back at it with a Flash Sale on a wealth of PS4, PS3 and Vita games. As you'd expect, PS4 gets the lion's share. Among the more notable deals are Dark Souls II ($10), Just Cause 3 ($6), the full season of Life is Strange ($4), all episodes of Life is Strange: Before the Storm ($5.09) and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 ($10).

You'll also spot discounts on games including Devil May Cry 4 ($7.50), Steep ($9.89), Dead Rising and Dead Rising 2 ($6 each), Don't Starve ($4.50), Inside ($7) and Limbo (an absolute steal at $2). Lara Croft fans will be able to pick up a few of the explorer's adventures on the cheap too, including Tomb Raider ($6), Rise of the Tomb Raider ($9.59) and Lara Croft and the Temple of Orisis ($4). You can also save on DLC for Far Cry 4, Just Cause 3, Steep, XCOM 2, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands and The Division.

On PS3, the offers include Bioshock ($4), Bioshock Infinite ($6), Borderlands ($3), Borderlands 2 ($4, but free on PS4 right now via PS Plus), Grand Theft Auto IV ($9), GTA V ($10) and Red Dead Redemption ($9.59). On Vita, you can also expect deals on the likes of Super Meat Boy ($4.49), Grim Fandango Remastered ($2.24), Don't Starve ($4.49) and Lara Croft Go ($2).

Meanwhile, Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, God of War III Remastered, Nioh and Friday the 13th: The Game are all joining the PlayStation Hits roster June 28th. As with other games in the lineup, they'll get permanent price cuts to $20.

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