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The best deals on PS4 for the week ending September 2

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Aug 30, 2018

School is on yet again! You might be singing “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” like they did in those Staples commercials, or you might be angry that learning is cutting into your game-playing and movie-watching time. Either way, you’re going to want to make some time this week, because PS4 has some great deals going especially if you’re a PlayStation Plus member. Here are the best on PS4 for the week ending on September 2.

Let’s start off with the deals for everyone. There is a big sale on Rockstar titles right now on PS4. If you’re into Max Payne, you can get that for a mere $8.99, down from $14.99. L.A. Noire is out for $19.99, down from the original $39.99. If you’re up for a PlayStation Network game, how about Red Dead Revolver, which you can get for $8.99, down from the original $14.99. You can also pick up the PlayStation Network game Manhunt for $8.99, down from $14.99. 

If you’re in the mood for some Grand Theft Auto, here are some discounts for you! Grand Theft Auto V: The Great White Shark Card Bundle is on sale for $32.99, down from $49.99. If you want to pick up PlayStation Network’s Grand Theft Auto III, you can get it for $8.99, down from $14.99. Want to play around with Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition Whale Shark Card Bundle? You can get it right now for $79.99, down from $199.99. The big daddy of the deals for GTA right now, though, is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, which includes Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which you can get for $17.99, down from the original $34.99. Not bad if you’re looking for a life of crime.

Now the deals for PlayStation Plus members. There are a lot this week, both in games and movies. For games, you can pick up Human: Fall Flat for $5.99, down from $14.99. We’ve got Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, which you can grab for $17,99, down from $29.99. Hunting Simulator is on sale for $11.99, down from $39.99. If you want to check out Tokyo Xanadu eX+, you can do it for $29.99, down from $59.99. Prey: Digital Deluxe Edition is on sale for $29.99, down from $39.99. You can get Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition, which is a game that you must check out if you missed it, on sale for $7.99, down from $39.99. If you want to get Mass Effect: Andromeda - Standard Recruit Edition, you can do it right now for $7.49, down from $29.99. 

Call of Duty fans, listen up. Right now you can get a bunch of DLC maps if you’re a PlayStation Plus member. Right now Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Descent DLC is $10.49, down from $14.99. Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Eclipse DLC is $10.49, down from $14.99. Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Salvation DLC is also out for $10.49, down from $14.99. 

In the mood for a flick? Here are the PlayStation Plus deals on movies, and they’re pretty great. You can get the Jennifer Lawrence-fronted spy film Red Sparrow for $2.39. If you want some horror in your life, you can get The Conjuring for a mere $1.49, or you can get Lights Out for $1.49. That means you can splurge on coffee to keep you awake once you scare yourself silly. If you want some headier fare, check out The Post for $2.99. You can also get Maze Runner: The Death Cure for $2.99. Want something wild and super fun? How about the English audio version of Batman Ninja for $2.39? These deals are crazy! How about Isle of Dogs (say it fast…get it?) from Wes Anderson for $2.99, or maybe Early Man for $2.49? You could get all of these and still have money left over for all your school supplies. If you want to give a cheer for the 2016 version of Ghostbusters starring Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Leslie Jones, you can pick it up for $1.49. If you feel like looking up info on that one, you can differentiate it from the original film with its home release marketing title, which is Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. If you want to check out a take on the creator of Wonder Woman, you can grab Professor Marston & the Wonder Women for $1.49 as well. 

So, which games and movies are you going to use to distract yourself from the school year? Are you still off until Labor Day? Lucky! Let us know your picks on Twitter @SYFYFangrrls.