If you're in Europe, you can take advantage of some festive sales this week.

PlayStation Europe has come to the end of its 12 Deals of Christmas sale on the PSN and they're going out with a bang: As revealed over at the Euro PlayStation Blog , two fantastic games are on the auction block.

The first is the excellent, in-depth, and big-time bang-for-your-buck Vita title, Persona 4: Golden , which is now on sale for only £15 (€20/AU$25). The second is a game guaranteed to win multiple end-of-year awards; it's Naughty Dog's stellar The Last Of Us , and it's available for just £20 (€30/AU$40). You can also pick up the Season Pass for TLoU along with the game; the combined cost will only be £30 (€37.49/AU$55.47). As you probably already know, that pass gives you access to three DLC packs, including the Abandoned Territories map pack for multiplayer and the upcoming single-player prequel, set for 2014.

Oh, and don't forget that PlayStation Plus subscribers get an additional 10 percent off those already low prices. Act now, 'cuz these deals are only good until end of day tomorrow!

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Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
6 years ago

If Vita TV was released right now that would be a done deal. But as it is not, I will have to pass unfortunately. Though I did manage to snag Persona 3: FES of the US PS Store for 5 Dollars… looking forward to tucking into that.

Banky A
Banky A
6 years ago

How come you got Persona?

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
6 years ago

Curious to try it. I really enjoyed Catherine from Atlus and would like to see their take on the JRPG market. I'm hoping I can turn off the character portraits, I played it briefly but never got a chance to go onto a menu for the party or find an options menu.

I have to admit the whole shooting yourself in the head notion for a summon is immature… but I am hoping the game has more to offer and for 5 dollars I will give it a chance.

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
6 years ago

It's a social commentary on the epidemic of suicide in Japan.