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PlayStation holiday sale: Skywalker Saga and 9 more essential year-end deals

Tons of great PlayStation games are discounted for the holidays.

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PlayStation is running not one but two PSN sales from now until December 21. Between the End of Year Deals and PlayStation Indies sale, hundreds of great games are on offer.

Here are the 10 best deals in PlayStation’s end of year sales

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10. Gotham Knights: Deluxe

$50 (was $90)

Gotham Knights doesn’t live up to the Batman-starring Arkham games, so check some reviews before you pull the trigger on this one. Still, it’s got its share of fans and the Deluxe pack is cheaper than the Standard edition now, which could make it worthwhile.

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9. Sonic Frontiers

$49 (was $70)

Sonic Frontiers is undoubtedly one of the most contentious games of the year. It’s not for everyone, but Sonic fans should have a blast running around its open world as the Blue Blur, especially while it’s discounted.

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8. The Quarry Deluxe Edition

$40 (was $80)

Supermassive’s followup to Until Dawn isn’t without its flaws, but it’s a good bet for fans of schlocky horror. The Quarry follows the classic horror trope of teenagers being hunted in the woods, and the Deluxe Edition adds costumes and graphics filters inspired by ‘80s horror.

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7. Overcooked! + Overcooked! 2

$8.75 (was $35)

It’s been a few years since the last Overcooked! game launched, but they’re still among the best cooking games around. If you’re having guests for the holidays, they make for perfect co-op chaos.

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6. Dragon Ball FighterZ

$9 (was $60)

Dragon Ball FighterZ may be a few years old, but it’s still the best Dragon Ball Z game around. Even if you’re not a fan of the anime, it’s an excellent fighting game, and a steal for under $10.

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4. Nobody Saves the World + Frozen Hearth DLC

$20 (was $28)

Nobody Saves the World is one of the best action RPGs of 2022, thanks to its clever, totally unique class system. Transform into more than a dozen different shapes, from a slug to a dragon and mix their skills for a massive variety of chaotic builds.

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4. Tinykin

$18 (was $25)

The Pikmin-inspired Tinykin is easily one of the most underrated games of the year. It has great puzzles and platforming set in a variety of charming environments without any combat to put your tiny friends in danger.

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3. Toem

$10 (was $20)

Gorgeous black-and-white photography sim Toem won a BAFTA this year, and it’s easy to see why. Its beautiful world and clever photo challenges were already excellent before an update added a whole new region in October.

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2. JETT: The Far Shore

$17 (was $30)

Released in late 2021, JETT: The Far Shore is the PS5’s most slept-on indie gem. This exploratory adventure pairs a complex, emotional story about discovering new worlds with compellingly unorthodox controls for your speedy spaceship.

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1. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

$35 (was $70)

Inverse’s review says Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga “feels like being transported into a living Lego set.” This fantastic puzzle platformer is packed with collectibles, Easter eggs, and great jokes spanning the entire Star Wars saga.