Helping hand

Let’s face it: Sony’s big 12 Deals of Christmas initiative has been about as tasty as a plate full of Brussels sprouts. There have been some reasonable offers here and there, but nothing that’s going to set your trousers on fire – and this week is similar, even if there is a loophole that you may not actually be aware of.

Indeed, the platform holder doesn’t spell it out, but because Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare supports cross-buy, this latest discount is one of the better ones. Activision’s first-person shooter can be purchased for as low as £36.99 on the PlayStation 4 and £29.99 on the PlayStation 3. However, if you cough up for the latter, you’ll get both versions anyway, which is pretty cheap.

Subscribe to Push Square on YouTube

The other reduced release is Ys: Memories of Celceta, which has been chopped down to £11.99. Considering that the platform holder’s actually supported PlayStation Plus for this one, you can grab the title for under a tenner, which may be worth it if you’re after a rock solid role-playing game. Are you in or out? Let us know down below.