Last thing I bought was PS4 like four or five years ago. Been considering trading in my current one in and taking that cash plus whatever leftover needed to buy a new slim one with a larger amount of space, but I don't have the spare cash... So maybe when I get my tax return next year I can do this haha
I bought Batman: Arkham Origins for about £4 earlier. Was thinking the other day that I wanted to play it and then I saw that it was on offer for a steal on Steam, so I'd have been an idiot to skip it.
I picked up Harvest Moon: Light of Hope and I Am Setsuna, both on Steam. I own the latter on PS4 already and I really enjoyed it, so I'm excited to play through it again. As for Harvest Moon, I've heard a great deal of negative reviews about it, and if I'm being honest it doesn't look great. But, Harvest Moon is one of my top franchises of all-time, and I will support Natsume until I die. Or until they do something that really puts me off.
Haven't purchased any consoles lately, though I do plan on trying to pick up one of the recently announced special edition PS4 Pros for PlayStations 500,000th million unit sold. Not only do I think that PS4 looks neat, but I've wanted to "upgrade" to a PS4 Pro for a bit, since I now own a TV that can display 4K. The fact that it comes with 2TB HDD helps in my decision to want it, seeing as that is the most memory a PS4 has had to date, and would go nicely with my 2TB external hard drive.
Salt & Sanctuary - Collector's Edition [PS4]
Salt & Sanctuary [Vita]
Been waiting over a year for LRG's release of this game. So happy to finally get them, I've wanted to play this game for a long time, but kept putting it off because I knew LRG were going to be doing a physical release of it.
Prey, Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair, Blazblue Cross Tag Battle, and Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hackers Memory, all on PS4. Amazon had a sale, and I had money burning a hole in my pocket. Prey is something I've been eyeing for a long time, but it held its price quite well so I never invested. I'm glad I waited now. I'm a long-time EDF and Blazblue fan, so those were no-brainers especially when they were cheap, and Digimon is always a fun romp.