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Many NeoGeo and Double Fine games are 75%-85% off for PS Vita and PS4 (March 2021)

Agent X

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PlayStation Vita owners don't get too many big discounts on PlayStation Store these days. Generally, the only discounts are associated with games that are cross-buy with PS4 versions.

Right now, there are some great games on sale for 75% to 85% off. These include several NeoGeo fighting games, and a few classic LucasArts adventures that were recently remastered by Double Fine.

  • Garou: Mark of the Wolves $14.99 $3.74 (75% off)
  • Samurai Showdown V Special $14.99 $2.99 (80% off)
  • The King of Fighters '97 Global Match $14.99 $2.99 (80% off)
  • The Last Blade 2 $14.99 $2.99 (80% off)
  • Day of the Tentacle Remastered $14.99 $2.24 (85% off)
  • Grim Fandango Remastered $14.99 $2.24 (85% off)

There are several other games on sale as well. Here's a video with more information:


The discounted games are all cross-buy on PS4 and Vita. Some of these games might not show up with the reduced price on the PS Store on the Vita system itself. In that case, purchase them from the PS Store on your PS4/PS5 or through a Web browser.
 

rubenburgt

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People still use the vita?

How many games do they expect to sell on the vita nowadays?
 

Mmnow

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I have never played Grim Fandango, worth a try?
Yes. 100%.

If you're not into point and click games or missed the genre's highpoint in the 90s, maybe follow along with a guide at hand. That way you can keep the momentum going.

Play for the characters and the dialogue. It's one of the high points of the genre.
 

Kuranghi

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I have never played Grim Fandango, worth a try?
Yes. 100%.

If you're not into point and click games or missed the genre's highpoint in the 90s, maybe follow along with a guide at hand. That way you can keep the momentum going.

Play for the characters and the dialogue. It's one of the high points of the genre.

+1 and I recommend UHS for Grim Fandango so it doesn't spoil it too much if you do have to look something up:

 
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Melon Husk

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Grabbed DotT and Grim Fandango. Vita is the perfect drawer box console. Mid-game sleep state lasts forever. Vita was the first instant-on console :messenger_beaming: