PlayStation's May Madness sale has dozens of games and bundles of DLC on sale. Dozens! It's a daunting pile of content to sift through, so I'm gonna help you out and pick out some of the biggest, the best, and the gotta-haves from the lineup. These deals last until June 1, so no rush.
And just in case I pull something you haven't heard of, you can always click the title to be taken to our review, or just read the snippet from said review that I'll put alongside the deal. Ready to save some money? Cool, let's get started.
Deadpool was £44.99, now 44% off: "Deadpool was crafted with a love and respect for the character, and the result is something that should make fans of the crass, rude mercenary very happy."
Divinity: Original Sin - Enhanced Edition was £49.99, now 56% off: "One of the joys of playing Divinity: Original Sin is rediscovering things that RPGs used to do well and eventually lost—creating new experiences in an old mould." (Review from our sister site, PC Gamer)
Grand Theft Auto 5 was £54.99, now 36% off: "Forget everything you think you know about remastered video game rereleases, because new-gen Grand Theft Auto 5 punches the rule book, steals its car, and then reverses back over the battered, leathery remains just to be sure."
Infamous: Second Son + Infamous: First Light bundle was £44.99, now 64% off: "If you're looking for a next-gen showpiece to demonstrate the power of PlayStation 4, inFamous: Second Son will definitely do the trick--it looks great, plays well, and gives you a dozen or so hours of city to explore."
Mortal Kombat XL was £49.99, now 30% off: "There’s so much blood. And entrails. Possibly a spleen. But underneath all the gory excess is a damn good fighting game, one that balances mechanical depth with crowd-pleasing presentation."
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited was £18.99, now 65% off: "Tamriel’s huge environments are packed full of varied, entertaining adventures and recurring non-player characters who become old friends. One moment you might be battling a pirate attack on a seaside town, while the next finds you investigating a strange occult mystery in a town full of eccentric personalities."
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was £34.99, now 42% off: "The Witcher 3 is at its best when you choose solely to wander, taking sidequests from peasants and contracts from town noticeboards. Freed from the convolutions of the main plot, it's a varied and exciting realisation of the Ronin fantasy."