We were treated to a relatively small selection of 90+ games in the usual Deals with Gold and Spotlight Sales earlier this week on Xbox, but now a new Golden Week Sale has added another 140+ games to that list.
This sale is focused on (mostly) Japan-inspired games, and you can save up to 75% on a whole bunch of them. We've highlighted some of the most notable offers below, and you can find a full roundup on the official Xbox website.
- All 140+ Games In The Xbox 'Golden Week Sale' (GB)
- All 140+ Games In The Xbox 'Golden Week Sale' (US)
The following deals will expire on or around Thursday, May 6th.
Will you be taking advantage this week? Let us know which titles you're interested in down below.
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I’m thinking one of the Dynasty Warriors games as not played one in years and want to scratch that itch. They’re never on sale usually. Just not sure which one🤔...
When I saw some Dynasty Warriors titles in the list, I was hoping that the Ultimate upgrade pack for Warriors Orochi 4 would be on sale too, but no. I might buy the Double Dragon games and River City Ransom.
I saw that Yakuza 1 through 6 were all on sale. I’ll purchase them as soon as I can, these games are just too good to stay on Game Pass.
Samurai Shodown is looking pretty good
Decent discount on Bug Fables!
Finally Balan Wonderworld is down to....no...no, still too much.... I didn't see the past the $4 part.
@SegataSanshiro Maybe if it includes 6 months of Game Pass it would be ok.
I love me some Japanese games
Never gonna not recommend Dragonball Fighterz. Top notch 2D fighting game.
Ugh they did like every major final fantasy except the backcompat ones that I'm waiting for!
Doesn't show it here but I picked up Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. I don't normally double dip as I have this on PC, but for just over £6 I couldnt resist. Also noticed that Steam has a sale on for Japanese games too.
Interestingly, games such as Shenmue, Naruto, One Piece, and Monster Hunter are not available on the Xbox in Japan, so improvements will be necessary if the Xbox is to sell well in Japan.
Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition for £15 seems like a good deal. Gotta be a lot of bang for your buck, right?
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