5 of the best Japan Golden Week game deals on Steam

5 of the best Japan Golden Week game deals on Steam

It is once again time for the annual Japan Golden Week sales on Steam. The week-long sale brings the best Steam deals for titles developed in Japan.

This sale is heaven-sent for fans of Final Fantasy and Resident Evil games. Japanese action games such as Megaman is also on sale.

There are a lot of titles on sale right now. The sale will conclude on May 6 and there is still a lot of time to decide what games to buy.

But if the number of games is too much, here are some of the best deals available for the Japan Golden Week sale:

1. Onimusha: Warlords

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Onimusha: Warlords is a Japanese action-adventure game first released in 2001. The game on sale is the remaster that was released in 2019.

The game is set on the Sengoku period in Japan. The player controls the samurai Samanosuke Akechi as he fights the troops of Oda Nobunaga. As the game progresses, Akechi has to fight demon forces in order to save the princess.

Onimusha: Warlords borrow some elements from the Resident Evil games. However, its balanced action and puzzle gameplay make it a timeless title.

It is currently on sale at steam for US$9.99 [AU$15.65].

2. Disgaea 5 Complete Digital Dood Edition

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Disgaea 5 Complete Digital Dood Edition bundles the main game and a digital artbook. It is developed by Nippon Ichi Software and was first released in 2015.

It follows the story of the demon, Killia, in his quest to stop the antagonist named Void Dark. Unlike hack-and-slash role-playing games (RPGs), players must strategize before executing an action. One mistake might lead to the death of Killia’s army.

The Digital Dood edition includes all eight bonus scenarios, four fan-favorite characters, and three character classes that were first seen on the PlayStation 4 game, Disgaea: Alliance of Vengeance.

The game on sale for $25.63.

3. Dragon Ball FighterZ

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Dragon Ball FighterZ is one of the best Dragon Ball game released in the past few years. The fighting system is great, as well as the visuals and the storyline.

The game still has the fighting elements from previous Dragon Ball games and other action titles. But this time, the player must pick three characters to form a team.

The gameplay involves charging energy meters, throwing punches, and letting go of energy bombs. The player may switch between the characters in the game.

Dragon Ball FighterZ has an online multiplayer mode that allows players to battle it out in an online arena. There is a ranking mode available for a better matchmaking system as well.

Avail this game on Steam for $14.

4. Daemon X Machina

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Daemon X Machina is a third-person shooting game for Windows and Nintendo Switch. For mecha lovers, this is an exciting game that provides hours of shooting action.

The player gets to have a custom “mech” character that battles against other mechs available. Similar to the Gundam franchise, there is a Hangar available wherein players can customize the look and abilities of their respective mechs.

One feature that is unique to other games is the ability of the player to loot the downed enemies for upgradeability.

A four-player multiplayer mode is available. The game is on sale for $47.99.

5. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

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Level 5 first released Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch in 2011. The role-playing game had its remaster back in 2019 for its PC and Nintendo Switch release. Despite almost a decade old, it is safe to say that Ni No Kuni’s charm is still there.

Ni No Kuni is a role-playing game wherein the player controls Oliver, a young boy who is determined to save his mother. The game is reminiscent of the Pokemon series due to its battle mechanic involving “familiars.” These creatures can be captured and tamed pretty much like Pokemons.

The player’s main quests are set in a linear fashion, but there are side quests available for access to the open world.

Ni No Kuni is available until May 6 for only $29.99.

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