5 Games You Should Get From Playstation’s Critics’ Choice Sale

The PlayStation Critic’s Choice Sale is already live, offering gamers a chance to grab certain titles on the PS Network at a discount. But with a long list of games to choose from, finding the best offers can be overwhelming. We’ll save you time by recommending our top picks.

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon

The latest entry in the beloved mecha series, Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon brought back to life an IP that had been dormant for a while—and does so with a bang. Featuring highly detailed machines, an expansive and interactive environment, and high-octane combat, this game once again proves that FromSoftware is the king of the genre.

EA Sports FC 24

Electronic Arts may have officially dropped the FIFA label but it did not stop it from making an immersive football game. EA Sports FC 24 is a result of that. Despite the name change, it remains the same sport that fans love, earning it the reputation of a top seller within the EU region in 2023.

Fate/Samurai Remnant

Co-developed by Omega Force, which is largely known for the Musou genre, Fate/Samurai Remnant is parts musou and parts action RPG. Taking the best of both worlds, Samurai Remnant emphasizes smart combat instead of mindlessly hacking against opponents. In this game, defense is just as important as offense in ensuring victory against enemies.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY Edition

Prepare to spend endless hours with Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY as it epitomizes the notion of non-stop fun. Thanks to the game’s ever-impressive Nemesis system, players are faced with not only a limitless horde of opponents but also ones that grow over time. By its essence, this is a game that likes to constantly challenge the players, and which it is beloved.

Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition

Hideo Kojima’s unfinished magnum opus, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain can be argued to be one of his best works to this day. With the Definitive Edition, players are getting everything ever released for the game, including the prologue Ground Zeroes, under a single package. The game might be incomplete, yes; but no game has ever provided a gaming experience that’s full of intrigue, twists and turns, and a cinematic presentation like it.