10 really good PS4 games that are also quite cheap

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metacritic It might as well be the Rotten Tomatoes of video games. In Metacritic, they rate all kinds of content, but video game enthusiasts use it to find out which titles are worth considering their score.

And while this is somewhat subjective, it is still striking to see that a title has a very high score given by dozens if not hundreds of reviewers and specialist users who have been able to test said game.

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If you’re curious, today we want to leave you with a few PS4 games that have 80 or more points in Metacritic that you can buy right now to test and judge on your own criteria.

So prepare the list of Kings, because then you have 10 PS4 games including more than 80 on Metacritic that you can buy for less than 40 euros.

Synth Jumpers (89)

Since its launch in 2019, Synth Riders has been considered the best alternative to the famous Beat Saber. In Synth Riders you step into a world of neon lights and move your body to the frenetic beat and speed of 80s retro music. In the style of the famous Beat Saber, but with a different proposition and personality.

Synth Riders is a worthy competitor to Beat Saber in the virtual reality music genre and is certainly a must-have for fans of 80s music, rock, cyberpunk, and sports. One of the video games that will make us sweat the most in virtual reality and that will get us in shape while having fun and humming melodies in an environment filled with neon lights.

For 24.99 euros

Legendary Mass Effect Edition (86)

Very few video games have the ability to define a generation, but we dare say that the Mass Effect trilogy was one of those turning points in the days of the Xbox 360 and PS3. And now, Bioware’s iconic trilogy returns two generations later with a remastered 4K version and all the original extras.

Although the game update is somewhat spotty, the improvements are appreciated. The storyline, setting, and dialogue are always colossal, so putting it all together in one pack is a real treasure.

For € 39.99

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut (86)

There are games that we must have in our yes or yes collection. And Disco Elysium: The Final Cut, the definitive edition of the incredible RPG ZA / UM, is one of them. And, in addition to the game, the physical edition of Disco Elysium: The Final Cut includes a spectacular 46 x 24 inch folding poster and a code to download a complete digital art book of over 190 pages.

Disco Elysium is an old-school RPG, with exquisite writing and unforgettable characters. Deep, intelligent, dark, brimming with ideas, with an immense capacity to stimulate the imagination, Disco Elysium is a fascinating game. Indescribable. Unique.

For 33.99 euros

Hitman 3 (84)

Hitman 3, together, features over 20 maps scattered across the globe that tell the story of 47 as an assassin in the service of the Agency. It all starts with our agent ready to take down the three partners of Providence with the help of two agents, Diana Burnwood and her old friend Lucas Gray.

Hitman 3 closes the trilogy with new locations, endless possibilities to eliminate our target and technical improvements that we can also enjoy in the levels of the previous games, which we can import, if we had already acquired them. It doesn’t change too much, but it’s a good performance to get from Agent 47 for now.

For € 35.99

Guilty Gear Strive (84)

If you want to enjoy a good PS5 fighting game, Guilty Gear Strive, the latest title in the Guilty Gear saga, is your best bet, developed and published by Arc System Works.

Guilty Gear Strive is one of the most spectacular fighting games, with gameplay suitable for any user, although it is true that its main focus is online competition. Yes indeed, its graphics are a real feast for the eyes.

For 29.90 euros

Forward Persona 5 (83)

Despite being so atypical, Persona 5 Strikers is the sequel to Persona 5, a continuation that brings back the group known as the Phantom Thieves to embark on a new adventure. In the entire history of the Persona series, only one game has had a direct sequel, so this is an exceptional case driven by the huge worldwide success of Persona 5.

If you liked Persona 5 (who doesn’t like Persona 5?), You shouldn’t think about it too much with Strikers. The playable part could be better resolved, but the story is so interesting, the characters are so endearing and the audiovisual set is so cool, you’d be crazy if you didn’t accept the invitation of the Phantom Thieves.

For 24.99 euros

NieR Replicant (83)

The success of NieR: Automata allowed NieR to become a renowned saga, Yoko Taro to be one of the most popular – and most irreverent – figures in the current industry and so today we are facing an improved version of this game, dubbed NieR Replicant ver. 1.22474487139…

This version assumes a generic and deficient action RPG which in reality is not deficient, nor generic, nor -only- an action RPG. NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is an unclassifiable work that constantly plays with our expectations, dismantling a genre while constructing a subversive narrative. Even with its weaknesses, it is a must.

For 24.99 euros

Little Nightmares II (82)

After having conquered us with the first Little Nightmares, Tarsier Studios is back in the fray with its sequel: Little Nightmares II. And given the good functioning of the first, it opts for a very similar formula: platforms, puzzles and a strange atmosphere.

With a breathtaking presentation, a premise that remains truly original, and a playable formula with several interesting additions, Little Nightmares II has all the makings to make you fall in love – and terrify – again to fans of the first opus.

For € 29.99

Resident Evil Village (81)

Resident Evil Village has caused quite a stir thanks to its star character, Lady Dimitrescu, but that’s not the only thing that stands out in this new title, which bet on a classic Resident Evil style, with a good balance between confrontations and puzzles, in a hectic environment.

Village builds on what has been achieved with RE7, improves all technical and playable aspects and introduces new mechanics. The setting is impeccable and offers terrifying moments.

For € 39.99

NEO: The World Ends With You (80)

For fourteen long years, watching a sequel to The World Ends With You seemed like an unattainable dream. And yet here we are, in 2021 and talking about NEO: The World Ends With You.

NEO: The World Ends With You preserves the identity of the original, which means we face a refreshing, unique and stylish title, but at the same time it knows how to reinvent itself without neglecting depth and content who cherishes the genre. In short: we are facing a new jewel of the JRPG.

For 34.99 euros

And although it may sound silly, We want to highlight the fact that NEO: The World Ends With You comes to us translated into Spanish. Chances are, one of the reasons the original didn’t fully take off in Spain was the lack of translation, so we’re celebrating the sequel is coming in perfect Spanish.

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