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By 20 November 2015 | Categories: news

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Before you read any further, consider this fair warning to your wallet – there are a host of deals now available, for full games as well as downloadable content (DLC), on the PS Store. The deal of the week though, is Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, which has seen its asking price slashed and hacked from R1 069 down to R369. Also on offer is Far Cry 4, Dishonored: Definitive Edition and God of War III Remastered, which have been slashed by R100, down to R400.

However, the DLC deals and discounts are where some of the real savings lie. For example, if you are on the hunt for a deeply discounted season pass, take a look at the list below for details:

·       Alien: Isolation Season Pass

60% off original price

·       MotoGP 15 Season Pass (PS3 and PS4)

45% off original price

·       Ride Season Pass (PS3 and PS4)

30% off original price

·       DRIVECLUB Season Pass

50% off original price

·       Assassin’s Creed IV Season Pass (PS3 and PS4)

60% off original price

·       The Crew Season Pass

40% off original price

·       Trials Fusion – Season Pass

60% off original price

·       Injustice Season Pass (PS3)

60% off original price

·       Metro: Last Light Season Pass

60% off original price

·       Dark Souls – Artorias of the Abyss

75% off original price

·       BioShock Infinite Season Pass

50% off original price

The gems you really want to watch out for though, come from a couple of role playing game classics, namely Dragon Age and Mass Effect.

Dragon Age: Inquisition – Jaws of Hakkon (PS3 and PS4), Dragon Age: Inquisition – The Descent (PS3 and PS4), Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser (PS3 and PS4), Dragon Age: Inquisition – Spoils of the Avvar (PS3 and PS4) and Dragon Age: Inquisition – Spoils of the Qunari (PS4) have all been reduced by 40%.

Mass Effect 3 – Citadel, Mass Effect 3 – From Ashes, Mass Effect 3 – Omega, and Mass Effect 3 – Leviathan have all been reduced by 70%, so if you are keen, follow the imbedded links.

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