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The best deals on PS4 for the week ending August 26

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Aug 23, 2018

You don’t really want to shop for back to school clothes, do you? It’s hot and sticky out, and your car is probably going to melt your face off before the air conditioning kicks in on the way to the mall. The same thing goes for supplies. It’s so much better to wait it all out in the comfort of your own house. Just order stuff in bulk, get a pizza delivered, then head over to your PS4. Bam! Shopping is done, food is acquired and now you have nothing to do but play video games and watch movies. We’ve got you covered, friends. Check out our picks for the best deals on PS4 for the week ending August 26. Play on!

This week on PS4, we’re getting the Attack of the Blockbusters sale, which includes movies as well as games. Let’s start with the movies. With The Meg in theaters chomping away at the box office, you might want to check out where it all started. Right now you can get Jaws, the classic film about a very hungry shark for only $2.99. You can also pick up Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales for $15.99, down from $19.99. The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington is on sale right now for $2.99, with The Disaster Artist, the story of the best/worst movie The Room, for $4.99. You can get Spider-Man: Homecoming for $9.99, if you need a Spidey fix after the end of Avengers: Infinity War. You enjoy the antics of the guys from Superbad for $2.99, or watch the entire first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender for $29.99. If all you know of Avatar is the film, trust us, you want to check this out. You’ll see why everyone was so angry. Kingsman: The Golden Circle is on sale for $9.99 right now, and so is Office Space if you’d like to show your flair. 

If you want to go a bit darker, you can check out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I for $2.99. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is on sale for $2.99 as well. There is also a great deal on The Best of Tarantino: 6-Film Collection. This set includes Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill 1, Kill Bill 2, From Dusk Till Dawn and Jackie Brown for $20.99, down from $30.99. Get yourself prepped for his upcoming film about the Charles Manson family murders. The John Wick double feature is on sale for $12.99 if you can handle why he goes off to fight in the first place. Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out for $10.99, down from $14.99.

Now onto the game blockbusters! God of War was released earlier this year and blew everyone away with its graphics and storyline. You definitely want to check this out if you’re a fan of the franchise and lots and lots of violence. God of War is on sale right now for $39.99, down from $59.99. PlayStation Plus members can get it for $34.79. The Digital Deluxe Edition is on sale for $44.79, down from $69.99. You can get Call of Duty: WWII for $38.99, down from the original $59.99. PlayStation Plus members can get it for $35.99. Battlefield Revolution is on sale for a mere $14.99 down from $59.99, with Plus members able to grab it for $10.19. If you want to play a game with a kick-ass heroine, gorgeous graphics and a story that deserves to get its own series, you can pick up Horizon Zero Dawn: The Complete Edition for $15.99, down from the original $19.99, $11.99 for Plus members. 

Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered is on sale right now for $19.99, down from the original $29.99, and Vampyr, the full game, is on sale for $44.99, down from $59.99. Want to be a bit sillier but still save the world? How about LEGO: The Incredibles for $35.99, down from the original $59.99? You can pick up Tennis World Tour for $35.99, down from $59.99. You can get the Legends Bonus Pack for the game for $11.99, down from $19.99, and the Legends Edition for $44.99, down from $74.99. If you want to battle with some DC superheroes, you can pick up Injustice 2: Legendary Edition right now for $29.99, down from $59.99, or maybe some real-life fighters with EA Sports UFC 3 for $29.99, down from the original $59.99. 

So, which games and video games are you going to use to extend your summer vacation this week? Are you battling ancient villains or modern ones? Which classic flicks are going to keep you company before it starts to get chilly again? Let us know in the comments!

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