PlayStation Easter Sale: What I Bought

I really should be banned from using the credit card during sales, which would men id be banned almost always lol.

Anyway, the PlayStation Easter Sale is in it’s wrap up phase (it ends 23:59 GMT Wednesday), so these are the games i’ve picked up and will be writing about here in the coming weeks. There is one none sale purchase and one none PlayStation purchase as well.

  • Norn9 Car Commons £15:99 down from £34:99norn9boxart

While on a school field trip, child prodigy Sorata Suzuhara wanders off after hearing a mysterious song and blacks out. When he comes to, he finds himself in unfamiliar place, and soon encounters a girl who informs him that he’s currently in turn of the century Japan! In order to help him get home, Sorata follows her to a ship tat she’s waiting for but when it appears it is not a wooden sailing ship, but a round aircraft that flies using technology that is beyond Sorata’s imagination. Even stranger, he discovers that the other 12 passengers – 3 young women and 9 men – are all supposedly espers with special powers, and are on some kind of journey at the behest of a multinational entity only known as The World. What is the purpose of their journey? What is their destination? Who is The World? Before Sorata can even begin to take stock of his situation, the ship is attacked, and the mystery surrounding the ship only deepens. Delve into the story of the ship and its occupants through the point of views of each of the three girls, and unravel the mysteries trapped within.

  • Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ £15:99 down from £28:99Code-Realize-Guardian-of-Rebirth

Restricted to an abandoned mansion on the outskirts of London in fulfillment of a promise to her father, lonely Cardia lives day to day isolated from the world. Her body carries a deadly poison that rots or melts anything her skin touches, prompting the locals to call her a “monster.” Her last conversation with her father two years ago, telling her to stay out of sight and never fall in love, is the furthest back she can remember. One day, her quiet solitude is interrupted as the Royal Guards break in to capture her. It is then that Cardia meets Arsène Lupin, a chivalrous thief, who helps her escape the soldiers’ clutches. She soon finds herself on a journey with Lupin to locate her father, who holds the answers to her mysterious condition. The two are soon joined by four more interesting and handsome gentlemen…

  • SteinsGate £11:99 down from £24:99steinsgate

When teenage scientists discover the ability to send messages into the past, they inadvertently set off a chain of events that alters their future

Their experiments spiral out of control as they become entangled in a conspiracy surrounding SERN, the organisation behind supposed failed time travel events, and John Titor, a mysterious internet forum poster claiming to come from a dystopian future.

I love Visual Novels so tend to pick them up whenever i can. Norn9 has been on my mind of late after watching the anime, the others were ones i’ve hummed and ahhed about on different occassions. Especially Code Realize, i saw some art for that once that made me cringe, but a few people reccomended it so….

  • Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy £9:99 down from £19:99operation-abyss-new-toyko-legacy-01-20-15-3

Paranormal phenomenon threaten Tokyo. The city’s only hope lies in the Xth Squad—a covert team of youths armed with technology from the Code Physics Agency. Unleash the genetic legacy of history’s greatest heroes and fight back against the Abyss!

In Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, you will command a squad of six fully customizable members to send into the Abyss, where deadly traps and horrifying monsters known as Variants lurk. Visit locations inspired by real-world Tokyo and uncover the secret behind the Abyss and the Variant menace. Use Blood Codes to imbue your squad members with the power of history’s greatest heroes and save Tokyo from the brink of annihilation!

A game in the vein of Etrian Odyssey and Demon Gaze, AKA: First Person Dungeon Crawler. So yeah, was a no brainer to pick this one up!

  • Atelier Escha & Logy Plus ~Alchemists of the Dusk Sky~ £32:99 (NONE sale purchase)logy

Atelier Escha & Logy takes place four years after the events of Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, albeit in a land far away. The country Escha and Logy reside in was once very prosperous thanks to the power of alchemy. But time changes all things, and alchemy became a lost art. However, people have begun to rediscover its benefits while trying to find a way to prevent the reoccurrence of the “End of dusk.” Players will take on the role of either Escha or Logy and tackle various alchemic missions to accomplish their goals. Depending on how players accomplish each of the missions, the outcome of the game will be affected. Many enemies and obstacles will stand in their way, so not only will players have to level up their characters, but they will also need to craft new and more powerful items so they can advance the game’s story. FEATURES Two paths. One goal. Players may choose to experience the story from either Escha’s or Logy’sperspective. Escha’s tale focuses on an alchemist’s daily life. Logy’s tale, has a more dramatic story and follows the traditional RPG experience. 

Already completed this at launch on my PS3, but as a bonified Atelier fan i have to have it on my Vita as well. This game was a first, giving you two perspectives each with a unique playstyle. This meant the game has more replayability! 

  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel £19:99 down from £29:99 (PS3 Version)The-Legend-of-Heroes-Trails-of-Cold-Steel-ps3-box-art

At Thors Military Academy, Erebonia’s best and brightest learn everything from the art of war to the liberal arts. First-year Rean Schwarzer learns that he’s been selected as a member of Class VII, which controversially includes both nobles and commoners. But they’ll need to deal with more than just class warfare—they’ll need to safeguard their country from those who would plunge it into chaos.

Part of the Trails series, ‘nough said really. I picked up the PS3 version since Q already did the Vita version, but i’m already regretting it, i prefer my Vita!!

  • Corpse Party: Blood Drive £14:99 down from £34:99CorpsePartyBloodDrive_Boxart

While some members of Kisaragi Academy’s class 2-9 returned from their trip to the hellish, otherworldly elementary school known as Heavenly Host, many did not.

Class president Ayumi Shinozaki attempted to use an ancient tome called the Book of Shadows to resurrect her deceased friends once before, but only compounded the tragedy in the process. And now the book has been lost.

Or has it? When a spiritual photograph turns up, suggesting the Book of Shadows may now reside in the tattered remains of Heavenly Host, Ayumi becomes obsessed with finding it so she can make one last attempt to set things right.

Picking up two months after Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Corpse Party: Blood Drive serves as the definitive conclusion to the long-running Heavenly Host story arc. Featuring dynamic lighting, 3D sound, highly detailed environments and a variety of new gameplay systems, this is a Japanese horror experience not to be missed!

I actually bought the collectors edition of this at launch, but the demoness i live with has stolen the game and wont give it back so i replaced it 😀

  • Omega Quintet £11:99 down from £44:99 (PS4)Omega-Quintet-Box-Art

In this hybrid RPG/idol simulation, five idols wield Sound Weapons against the dark forces of the world. Build up an arsenal of attacks, get the crowd’s pulse racing with extraordinary skills, and then get them on their feet with a live performance!

1. Every fight is a performance, so give the audience what they want! Enter “Concert Mode” and get boosts from your music, as well as be able to fill up your Voltage Gauge faster to perform special skills.

2. Customize your idols’ outfits, accessories, hair, and more! But watch out – hits from enemies can cause a “Costume Break”, which will compromise their outfits and leave them vulnerable to more damage!

3. Sing your enemies right into the grave with the “Harmonics” system! Create deadly super chains of attacks, using each idol’s skill in the right order to keep the pain coming!

4. Create performances for your idols and share them! Choreograph each routine and use the PlayStation®4 Camera to project yourself into the performance!

Genuinely got no idea why i bought this, something about it being a hybrid RPG/Idol Sim just made it sound hillarious, so I picked it up. Also this was the deal of the day over £30 off.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD £35:99 Wii Uzelda_twilight_princess_hd_european_box_art

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is a critically acclaimed masterpiece, set in a massive world bursting with life-but also shadow. A dark figure from the Twilight Realm has invaded the world of light. As Link, a farmhand turned cursed beast, you’ll join forces with the impish Midna, the Hyrule Resistance, and trusted (albeit unusual) allies to survive a quest that will take you to the farthest corners of Hyrule and beyond… to the Twilight Realm. This epic, emotional adventure is now on the Wii U console.

So a mate kept harping on about this game, so I picked it up to shut him up. And because i’ve never actually played a Zelda game a figured it was time!


  1. A few people have said that, which is why i picked it up. Working on Norn9 and Corpse Party at the minute, SteinsGate is next on the list