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The PlayStation 4 is far and away the top selling console of this generation, and the sheer number of quality games available is staggering. Better still, since PS4 has been around since 2013 (whoa), there are a ton of great games you can snatch up for under $20. These are 20 of the best:



You can start playing Bloodborne in just a few hours, or minutes, depending on your internet connection, because this is a digital version. You can get a physical copy, too, for slightly less.



Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

An ambitious, gorgeous, fun, and frankly excellent game, Tomb Raider is something you need to pick up if you haven’t yet.



Dishonored 2

The Dishonored sequel refines and expands on everything that made the first one great, and you can add it to your collection right now for under twenty bucks.



Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 has one of the best single-player FPS campaigns out there, and you’d be surprised by how active its online community still is. Grab this on the cheap.



Cat Quest

You’re going to have to trust me on this, but this indie game is amazing. It’s adorable and loaded with cat puns, but it’s also a competent action RPG. Do yourself a favor, take a risk on this one.



LEGO Marvel Superheroes

You can’t go wrong with LEGO games. They all follow similar gameplay styles, sure, but WB Games has honed the formula to such a fine edge it makes every entry an absolute delight.




Final Fantasy X-X2 HD Remastered

You played them on PlayStation 2. You loved playing them again on PlayStation 3. Now, you can play them once more on PlayStation 4.



Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto

This is just a great bargain, because you get the base game and the Season Pass content, as well as the pre-order bonus stuff.




If you like spooky space games, you are in for a treat. Another one of those great games that seems to have fallen off, pick it up now for a great price.



Rayman Legends

Ubisoft’s Rayman games are gorgeous, hand-drawn animation coupled with really fun platforming and a great cast. This one is a 9.5, “Platforming Genius,” according to IGN.



Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4 is arguably the best Resident Evil game, and you can play it without having to dig out your GameCube or PS2. Worth picking up for another playthrough or if you haven’t ever played it before.



Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Infinite Warfare got a bad rap, but the truth is that its sci-fi single player campaign is actually really solid. $60 was too much to ask, but it’s worth experiencing for under $20.



Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator

If you like 2D fighters with excellent anime styles and unleashing combos with the push of a button, this is for you. It’s also for you if you’re already a Guilty Gear series fan.



Mass Effect: Andromeda

The most recent addition to the Mass Effect franchise suffered from a host of problems keeping it from achieving the greatness of earlier entries. But at the end of the day, it’s still a Mass Effect game, so it has that going for it. Which is nice.



Assassin’s Creed Unity

Assassin’s Creed Unity took the franchise to 18th century France, and it’s an absolutely beautiful rendering.



Until Dawn

This horror game is legit. Not just because it has a spooky skull on the cover, but because it has legitimate scares within. Halloween isn’t for months but you can get spooky now.




This indie is fun to play but it’s so gorgeous, it’s almost just as satisfying to sit back and gaze in awe at its underwater wonderland.



Dragon Age Inquisition

BioWare’s Dragon Age Inquisition has a large cast of characters and a phenomenal story to compliment its excellent gameplay elements.



Infamous Second Son

One of the PS4’s biggest early releases, it still looks and feels amazing.




Couch co-op lives on in this ridiculous game from Team 17 and Ghost Town Games. This version even includes the DLC, so it’s an even better value.

Seth Macy is a writer and Arizona Green Tea enthusiast. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy.

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