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Digital sales at this time of year aren't exactly rare, or any sales for that matter. But, when you have a platform as strong as the PlayStation 4 - which has had a steady string of hits and genuine classics in 2018 alone - it wasn't hard to go through what was on offer to bring our picks of the best games to chill with this summer.

And yes, this is a Sponsored Post. But, like with everything we do like this at AusGamers, we wouldn't put our name on it unless it was up to our standard. So, with the PlayStation January Sale about to enter it's final week be sure to check out our picks - and hopefully, snap up a bargain.

Click Here For Our PlayStation 4 January Sale Guide

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