Games Under 20 and PlayStation Indies sale: here are our picks, but what are yours?

By Kes Eylers-Stephenson,
The next round of sales is here! The Games Under 20 sale is back with an absolute haul of games ripe for savings. Alongside this is the PlayStation Indies sale, which has an immaculate selection of some all-timers. Here are our picks, but we want yours! Leave a comment to be featured next week!

under 20 sale playstation store

There are two sales live on the PlayStation Store right now: Games Under 20 and PlayStation Indies. While these are visible on the PlaySation Blog, we have a sortable table for the European and North American regions. This allows you to see the percentage of discounts, along with access to all the game pages with the trophies and game information.

Now, here is our list of pick outs from the sale. However, we actually want yours! If you leave your sales bit from either sale in the comments, we will try and feature you next week! It can be anything: a game you are looking at, a game you played ages ago, or just recently. Just let us know and before long you'll see yourself in the spotlight!


Kes- Infamous: Second Son

In celebration of the upcoming release of Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, why not go back to the very start of the PS4 generation? The third entry in the PlayStation exclusive series, Second Son moves the action away from Empire City and New Marais and former protagonist electric-charged Cole McGrath, and into the modern Seattle with beanie-wearing, cocky, whipper-snapper Delsin Rowe. His superpower? Theft. The man steals powers away from other conduits. While obviously rude, this opens up the power set for the third-person action superhero playground in wild ways. Who knew smoke would be useful in a fight? Or neon? It’s a really creative subversion of traditional powers that still looks and plays great even — wait, let me check this — seven years later. Nah, nah, nah… I don’t want to do this sale pick anymore, it makes me feel old.

Anyhoo, the game is a blast and a great platinum length at 20 hours. Honestly, the game knows not to overstay its welcome, leaving you wanting more even all these years later. While the story is less comic-booky, there is a definite hint of shallowness that wasn’t present in the previous entries. It is really the world that shines, though. Seattle is gorgeous and the perfect rendition of the last-gen PS3-era world design, traversable with movement controls that are just as joyful as you remember the Sly Cooper games being back in the day. The supporting cast is decent, with Fetch — a neon-powered friend — being a stand out to the point where her expansion First Light is a must-play for Infamous fans. Indeed, the entire contextual narrative is just wicked with strong-X-Men vibes. I would highly recommend a pick up of this on sale if you haven’t played it, a PS4 essential!

inFAMOUS Second Son™

inFAMOUS Second Son™

Enjoy Your Power

Delsin Rowe’s superhuman power is in your hands. Push your awesome abilities to the limit and see how your choices affect the city and the people around you.

• Hijack the powers of other superhumans.

• Soar across the Seattle skyline.

• Choose how your own story plays out.

Important Notice
• Play as you download for this title requires an initial download of up to 5GB.
• Voice-over support: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Polish and Turkish.

On 16 December 2018 at 00:01 GMT, the web-based puzzle portions of inFAMOUS Paper Trail will shut down for good.

The inFAMOUS Paper Trail PlayStation®4 missions will continue to function within inFAMOUS Second Son™, so you’ll still be able to complete Celia’s story.

Compatibility Notices

inFAMOUS™ Second Son ©2013 Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Developed by Sucker Punch Productions, LLC. “inFAMOUS” and “inFAMOUS Second Son” are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. The Space Needle is a registered trademark of Space Needle LLC and is used under license. All rights reserved.


Heidi - Jurassic World Evolution

80% off for Jurassic World Evolution is an absolute steal. Whether you’re looking for some peaceful park management or some carnivorous chaos, Jurassic World Evolution has your back. It boasts a great campaign to play through, where you attempt to juggle the needs and wants of park guests, staff, and the dinos themselves — bearing in mind that if your staff feel neglected, they’ll react with full on park sabotage. So, you know. No pressure. The core gameplay loop of researching dinosaur fossils, extracting DNA, and genetically modifying your dinosaurs doesn’t really get old, especially since there are so many species to research. There’s a sandbox mode too if you fancy something a little more laid back, or a challenge mode if you’re looking for even more pressure.

I’ve lost a good few hours to Jurassic World Evolution and had a blast while doing so. Whether you’re a fan of the movies, books, or just of dinosaurs themselves, the thrill of hearing that iconic T-Rex roar is just as fresh 40 hours in as it is the first time you unleash one into the park. It can feel a little limited in some areas, and there’s definite room for improvement with the sequel, so Jurassic World Evolution at full price could be thought a little dear — but any sale, especially 80% off, is a bargain.

Jurassic World Evolution

Jurassic World Evolution

Place yourself at the heart of the Jurassic franchise and build your own Jurassic World. Bioengineer dinosaurs that think, feel and react intelligently to the world around them and face threats posed by espionage, breakouts and devastating tropical storms in an uncertain world where life always finds a way.


Sean - Sniper Elite 4: Digital Deluxe Edition

What’s better than shooting nazis in the balls? Shooting uber nazi Adolf Hitler in his one ball, that’s what! Sniper Elite 4: Digital Deluxe Edition is on sale for just $8.99/£6.99/€8.99, and it’s an absolute steal at that price. The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the full game and season pass, meaning you get not only a bunch of cosmetics and character packs but also four chunky campaign expansions, including Target Führer, where you are tasked with hunting down Adolf Hitler and destroying a U-boat base. In a lot of ways, Sniper Elite 4 is similar to the recent Hitman games and Metal Gear Solid V. You have a large sandbox level that you’ll need to stealthily move through before figuring out who your target is and eliminating them. Sure, it’s not quite as nuanced as the rebooted Hitman series or as in-depth as Metal Gear Solid V, but Rebellion really did get the emergent stealth gameplay bang on with Sniper Elite 4. They also nailed that fantastically gory x-ray kill cam — I promise you, it never gets old watching a nazi’s balls explode into fleshy chunks before your very eyes.

Sniper Elite 4

Sniper Elite 4

Discover unrivalled sniping freedom in the largest and most advanced World War 2 shooter ever built. Experience tactical third-person combat, gameplay choice and epic longshots across gigantic levels as you liberate wartime Italy from the grip of Fascism.

Set in the aftermath of its award-winning predecessor, Sniper Elite 4 transports players across the beautiful Italian peninsula, from sun-drenched Mediterranean coastal towns, to ancient forests, mountain valleys and colossal Nazi megastructures.

Covert agent and elite marksman Karl Fairburne must fight alongside the brave men and women of the Italian Resistance and defeat a terrifying new threat with the potential to halt the Allied fightback in Europe before it’s even begun.

Sniper Elite 4 includes an expansive campaign for 1-2 players, dedicated co-op for 2-4 players and gripping competitive multiplayer for up to 12.

That's your bag from us, now go forth into the comments to give us your suggestions!
Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Written by Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Editor Kes is our resident expert in PlayStation and other gaming news. He writes about PS5 exclusives like The Last of Us and Horizon, PS Plus news, and his favorite games — The Witcher, Assassin’s Creed, and God of War — before an evening swim.
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