PlayStation Spring Sale: The Best Anime Game Deals

Naruto x Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections

If you're a fan of anime games, then you're in luck with PlayStation’s Spring live now, bringing large discounts to many video games. With dozens of games on sale right now, it may be hard to sift through all the deals on PSN. Fret not though, as we’ve gathered the best deals on anime games live during the sale period.

Here are the best deals on anime games across the PlayStation Store.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot (75% Off)

<p>Bandai Namco</p>

Bandai Namco

Following the passing of Akira Toriyama now feels like a good time to play games inspired by his works. Dragon Ball Z Kakarot retells the story of DBZ but in an open-world JRPG setting. Flying around the locations from the anime, getting into random fights with enemies, and experiencing Goku’s story all over again in a faithful recreation feels great. The game is also getting updates with content from Dragon Ball Super, so now is a good time to get into it. Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is available for $14.99 (75% off) on PS4 and PS5.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (50% Off)

<p>Bandai Namco Entertainment</p>

Bandai Namco Entertainment

If you prefer your Dragon Ball adventures online with strangers or friends, then Xenoverse 2 will tickle your fancy. Xenoverse 2 is the ultimate Dragon Ball RPG, letting you create and customize your character to inhabit Toriyama’s world. It also has a story mode and is constantly getting updates all these years after release, with a native PS5 version coming on May 24, 2025. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available for $9.99 (50% off) on PS4.

Demon Slayer Kimtersu no Yaiba The Hinokami Chronicles (60% Off)



CyberConnect2’s Demon Slayer fighting game adapts the events of the anime’s first season and the Mugen Train movie. Since its release, the game has added new characters to its roster with over 30 characters available now. You know what you're in for if you’ve played CyberConnect2’s games. Although, if that’s not your cup of tea, the franchise is also getting a Mario Party-style game soon. Demon Slayer Kimtersu no Yaiba The Hinokami Chronicles is available for $23.99 (60% off).

Guilty Gear Strive (50% Off)



Guilty Gear Strive is one of the best fighting games on the market. With so many well-known franchises, GGS breaks the mold by being original, with striking character designs and combat animations. It reinvents the core mechanics of the series without breaking what made it so special in the first place. Its roster has been heavily expanded throughout the years, with over 30 characters in the game now. Guilty Gear Strive can be bought for $19.99 (50% off) on PS4 and PS5.

Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker (50% Off)

<p>Bandai Namco</p>

Bandai Namco

Shinobi Striker lets you create a team of four to compete against other players online. Be it friends or strangers, Shinobi Striker will let you team up, or duke it out, with them while dressed as your favorite Naruto character. Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker is available for $9.99 (50% off).

Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections (34% Off)



Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections is the latest entry in the franchise from CyberConnect2, running almost flawlessly on current-gen consoles. It also includes crossplay support so you can fight your friends on other platforms, although be wary as your frame rate will drop to 30fps when fighting others on last-gen consoles. Thankfully, you can stop that from happening. The game was released late last year with mixed reception, and although it’s getting better, it’s nice to get it at a discount now. Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections is available for $39.59 (34% off)

Tales of Arise (34% Off)

<p>Bandai Namco</p>

Bandai Namco

The latest Tales game follows two heroes on opposite sides of a war. You’ll play Alphen and Shionne from Dahna and Rena as they come together to put an end to Renans' oppression. It’s a solid action RPG, winning the award for the genre at The Game Awards in its year of release. It doesn’t have multiplayer, but you won’t notice that as you’re playing through its nearly 40-hour campaign. Tales of Arise can be bought for $19.79 (34% off)

Phantom Breaker: Omnia (75% Off)



One of the cheapest games on the PlayStation Store, Phantom Breaker: Omnia is a remaster of the 2011 fighting game from 5pb/Mages, which has given birth to many spinoffs and alternate versions. Omnia is the definitive version of the game, with 20 characters sporting three different fighting styles. The remaster includes English voice acting along with a remixed soundtrack, with stories from the original Phantom Breaker and Phantom Breaker: Extra. It’s available at $4.99 (75% off).

Synergia (35% Off)

<p>Radi Art</p>

Radi Art

Another cheap game in the store, Synergia is a cyberpunk thriller visual novel with a love story. The game follows Cila, a jaded cop whose AI partner M.A.R.A. heals her old wounds. Its story will take roughly six to nine hours with beautiful backgrounds and music from Katawa Shoujo composer Andy Andi Han. Synergia is available for $5.99 on PS4 and $12.99 on PS5 with its Next-Gen edition, which includes the in-game artbook, bonus comic, and the Sunrise expansion.

One Piece Odyssey (65% Off)

<p>Bandai Namco</p>

Bandai Namco

One Piece Odyssey was released on the franchise’s 25th anniversary, following the Straw Hat crew stranded at sea, with the crew finding themselves on Waford, a mysterious island. With One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda’s direct involvement, One Piece Odyssey is a great tribute to the series. It even features new characters and monsters not found in the original series. The Deluxe edition includes the Adventure expansion pack, the Sniper King outfit, and 100,000 berries. One Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition $29.74 discounted by 65%.

The PlayStation Store Spring Sale will be live till April 24, so you’ve got plenty of time to pick up these titles.