The 10 Best PS4 Games for Under $10

Looking for something new to play on your PlayStation 4, but don’t want to spend too much money?

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If you’re looking for something new to play on your PlayStation 4, but you don’t want to spend too much money, today is your lucky day! We’re going to look at 10 PS4 games that sell for less than $10.

These games are less than $10 at full price. You don’t need to wait for a special sale (though they may be ever cheaper during sales). You can boot up your PS4 right now and buy any of these games without breaking the bank!

1. A Boy and His Blob

A Boy and His Blob is a fun puzzle game with a cute art style that’ll definitely keep you entertained for a few hours. It first came out in 2009, and it has since been re-released for the PS4. It’s definitely worth checking out if you haven’t played it yet, especially since it’s so cheap!

Buy on PlayStation Store

2. Drawful 2

We’ve made no secret that we absolutely love these games, and Drawful is easily one of the best Jackbox games you can play. Drawful 2 builds off of the hilarious and fun gameplay of the original, but as a standalone game. If you’re looking for a way to liven up your next party, snag Drawful 2 and get ready to have a blast.

Buy on PlayStation Store

3. Goat Simulator

To call Goat Simulator a good game is kind of a lie, but also kind of the truth. You literally run around as a goat causing as much mischief as possible. The game has some really weird physics and plenty of bugs, which actually adds to the fun. If you’re looking for something that’ll make you laugh while you play, snag Goat Simulator, and thank us later.

Buy on Walmart

4. Hatoful Boyfriend

If you like story-driven games, Hatoful Boyfriend is just what you need. Its premise is certainly weird, but don’t let that turn you off, because there’s a deep plot that’ll hook you in as long as you can get past all the weird bird romance.

Buy on PlayStation Store

5. Limbo

Limbo is a classic game that’s received unanimous praise throughout its lifespan, and if you somehow haven’t played it yet, it’s time. The game is rather dark and sad, but it’s also uplifting in some ways. While it seems like a simple side-scroller, there’s a lot more going on in Limbo just beneath the surface.

Buy on PlayStation Store

6. Mini Metro

I actually hadn’t played Mini Metro until I started looking for cheap PS4 games, and I have to say that I’m in love with this game. Your job is to build a complicated system of subways for a city. It starts off slow and easy, but as the game progresses, it becomes absurdly hectic and intense. However, it’s also relaxing. Even cooler is the fact that you can play with up to four people, making this a perfect game for when friends come over.

Buy on PlayStation Store

7. Minit

Minit is a game where you only have one minute to get through the adventure before everything starts over. The world is suffering from a curse that causes each day to be only a minute long, and you’re trying to fix that curse, one minute at a time. The game has a really stylish black and white art style and fun adventure-style gameplay that’ll keep you coming back for each intense minute.

Buy on PlayStation Store

8. Quiplash

Quiplash is another standalone game from the Jackbox Party Pack, and it’s one of the better games of the bunch. If you have a bunch of friends over, and you need some cheap entertainment, Quiplash is the perfect game to buy. Everyone will have a great time laughing at the ridiculous things their friends come up with, and you will only need to spend $10 to facilitate the fun!

Buy on PlayStation Store

9. Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment

Shovel Knight is one of the greatest modern-day adventure and platformer games, and Specter of Torment is the prequel to the original game. It features the same intense style of gameplay that fans of the franchise have grown to love. If you only buy one game on this list, Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment is the one.

Buy on PlayStation Store

10. Thomas Was Alone

Thomas Was Alone is a simple game in appearance, but there’s a much deeper message under the surface. It’s not a happy game by any stretch, so go into it prepared to have your emotions played with a little. With that said, there’s a lot to learn from this game, and you’ll have some fun while you do!

Buy on PlayStation Store

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