With Christmas fast approaching time is running out to find that perfect gift for the PlayStation fans in your life, thankfully Stage-Select is here with the only PlayStation Gift Guide you’ll need.
The Big Gift.
For most PlayStation fans only one gift will suffice this year and of course that’s the PlayStation 5 (£449.99, €499.99, $499.99) itself. Having been largely out of stock since it’s launch last year, the PlayStation 5 is finally becoming more widely available, and while potential gifters might still have a bit of a job on their hands getting one there has never been a better time to pick up the PS5. And at RRP to boot, just be prepared to buy one as soon as you come across it.
A Great Gift.
If you have a choice, the disk equipped model of the PlayStation 5 should be the model you go for. Even if you plan on gaming digitally, having the choice is always best, however if availability continues to be an issue, a PlayStation 5 Digital Edition (£359.99, €399.99, $399.99) remains a great choice. Despite the inability to play disk-based games, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition can do everything the standard PlayStation 5 can and it’s even a bit sleeker than its opposite number thanks.
A Good Gift.
If you so happen to be shopping for someone lucky enough to already have a PS5, the one gift they are sure to be delighted to find under the tree this year is an SSD. Now there are many SSDs out there and depending on brand and storage space the price will vary, but for a respectable 250GB storage boost the Samsung 980 PRO 250 GB PCIe 4.0 M.2 (£70.99, €90.99, $90.99) is a fine choice. Alternatively, the PNY XLR8 CS3040 M.2 NVMe Gen4 x4 500GB Internal Solid State Drive (£88.99, €110.99, $110.99) will double your storage without doubling your cost.
Top 3 PlayStation Stocking Stuffers.
PlayStation PSN Card 30 GBP Wallet Top Up (£30.00)
Giving cash can seem like an after thought. Give a gift card instead.
PlayStation Hoodies (£18.99)
Stylish and conformable gift.
Silicone Controller Skin (£11.99)
Add a little flair and personality to any controller.
Top 3 New Play-Station Releases Worth your time.
Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy (PS4, PS5) (£59.99 €69,99, $59.99)
The only Marvel themed game you’ll need this year
Ghost Of Tsushima Director’s Cut (PS$, PS5) ((£59.99 €69,99, $79.99)
Stunning action game enhanced by the PS5.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy (PS4) (£39.99 €49,99, $49.99)
3 of the most visually stunning First Persons ever created, all in one place.
Top 3 Cut Price PlayStation Games Worth your time
Aliens: Fireteam Elite (PS5) (£22.99)
Underwhelming at pull price, this Co-Op shooter is a good few hours of fun at half price.
Alan Wake Remastered (PS4, PS5) (£24.99)
A cult classic brought bang up to date, and alongside Resident Evil Village is the best Horror on the PS5.
Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4) (24.99)
With most of the bugs fixed and a whole heap of free DLC on the way next year, Cyberpunk 2077 is a game you should give a shot, double so at the rock bottom prices.
Something Completely Different.
Resident Evil 2: The Board Game (£60.00)
It is the season for all things gaming and perhaps it would be nice to do something away from the TV this year, so how about returning a to Raccoon City in board game form with this excellence game inspired by Capcom’s classic which see you taking control of Leon, Claire and even Tofu as you try to survive and escape the zombie hordes.