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PlayStation Store Offers Discounts On Chilling ‘What Remains Of Edith Finch,’ ‘PaRappa’ & More Games

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Six new games are heading to the PlayStation Store from March to April. The great thing about this news is the discounts offered to PlayStation Plus members who pre-order the games.

All of the six titles have 20 percent discounts, which will expire the morning of each game's launch date. The first game to be released is "Everything" on Tuesday, March 21, with a discounted price of $12.

Up next is "Rain World" ($16) on March 28, "PaRappa the Rapper Remastered" ($12) on April 4, "Cosmic Star Heroine" ($12) on April 11, "Full Throttle Remastered" ($12) on April 18 and "What Remains of Edith Finch" ($16) on April 25, Gamespot listed.

Double Fine Presents & David OReilly's "Everything" will be available on PlayStation 4 and Steam. The game immerses players in a simulation that allows them to be whatever they see, such as planets, galaxies and animals. The title differs from other games because it doesn't force players to complete goals, tasks and attain specific scores.

"Everything" may not be everyone's cup of tea, though. Competitive gamers may not like it.

"Rain World" gamers play as a nomadic slugcat in a run-down ecosystem. Players must hunt for their own prey while avoiding getting eaten by bigger predators. The latter group is not just ravenous, but also stealthy and smart.

"PaRappa the Rapper Remastered" returns to PS4 two decades after its debut. Songs from the original version will be featured while players go under the tutelage of rap masters, Chop Chop Master Onion, Instructor Mooselini and Cheap Cheap The Cooking Chicken, among others. The main goal is to win Sunny Funny's love and affection.

Zeboyd Games' "Cosmic Star Heroine" features three unique planets in the Zevanii System: Araenu, Nuluup and Rhomu. There are 11 playable characters with different skills.

LucasArts' "Full Throttle Remastered" showcases a tenacious, comical biker. Players will be able to switch between new and classic versions and mix and match old graphics with remastered song editions. Aside from updated graphics and audio, the game (playable on PS4 and PlayStation Vita) will feature numerous control options.

Giant Sparrow's "What Remains of Edith Finch" is a chilling, first-person narrative game. Players take the role of Edith as they connect the mysteries surrounding a family in Washington State.

Edith will investigate the huge Finch home and try to find out why she's the only one alive in their clan. She will live the life of each family member the day that they died. The days are spread out from past to present.

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