The PlayStation Store’s latest flash sale, running from now until July 18 at 12 p.m. PT, is themed around "battle-ready deals," but PlayStation owners shouldn’t fight themselves over picking up some of these titles. Among the games offered at hefty discounts are The Last of Us, BioShock and Destiny: The Taken King, some of the most popular titles of the last 10 years.
See below for the best deals on the best games in this Flash Sale.
The Last of Us Remastered (PS4): $7.99 (60 percent off)
The Last of Us’ high-definition upgrade is one of the best games on PlayStation 4, even if it’s just a port of the PlayStation 3 game at its core. This is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen for the game, making now the time to grab it.
Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition (PS4): $24.59 (59 percent off)
This version of The Taken King also includes the original Destiny, two previous expansions and a character boost. It’s the best way to get into the game, whose final major content update launches later this year.
Ratchet and Clank Collection (PS3/Vita): $5.99 (70 percent off)
This bundle includes upgraded versions of the first three games in the classic platformer franchise, all in one package. Here’s your chance to take these PS2 games on the go, Vita owners.
Metro Redux (PS4): $7.49 (75 percent off)
Head to the year 2033 in this top-notch apocalyptic adventure. It includes both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, both originally released on PlayStation 3 (along with PC and Xbox 360).
BioShock (PS3): $3.99 (60 percent off)
Yes, this game is heading to PlayStation 4 in a remastered collection this September, but if you really haven’t played BioShock yet, here’s a good chance to bite.
Okami HD (PS3): $4.89 (65 percent off)
The now-defunct Clover Studios developed this gorgeous adventure title, which stands as one of the most striking re-releases for PS3.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution — Director’s Cut (PS3): $7.49 (75 percent off)
Jump into the Deus Ex games before Mankind Divided launches this August. This is the definitive version of the stealth-based title.