One thing you can always count on during the holiday season are sales, including sales on video games. That includes decent prices in the PlayStation Store, too, including deep discounts on some older titles and even some pretty OK discounts on some new games, too.

Sony just released the final round of games available during its holiday sale, which includes Fallout 4 and Bloodborne.

Of course, the full list of games on sale is available on the PlayStation website (or through the store on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4).

Here are a few good deals to look out for:

Fallout 4: $53.99

Fallout 4 is the game of the year to play, and although it's been around for over a month now, it's still one of the hottest titles of the season. It's consistently made year-round "best of" lists, so for those players who waited for a price drop, this might offer a good chance to jump on the Fallout 4 train. Of course, this isn't that great of a deal and you only save around $6, but for those who haven't played it yet, here's your chance.

SOMA: $23.99

Go into the future and under the sea in SOMA, Frictional Games' creepy science fiction adventure title that takes all concepts of what being human means and turns it on its head. This is one of the best indie games of 2015, so here's an opportunity to play it and see what all the fuss is about.

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture: $15.99

Here's another top indie game of the year, which takes players to a remote English village where everyone has disappeared. Players must explore the town and look for clues as to what happened. It's not so much a game as an experience, and challenges the notion of what video games really are and what they can accomplish.

Far Cry 4: $21.99

This is probably the best sale of the season. This 2014 winner of best shooter at the Game Awards is now available at a pretty good price. Take on the hazards of Kyrat, a dangerous wild part of the Himalayas, in this open-world adventure title.

There are many other titles available for sale, too, so act now: most of these deals are gone as of Jan. 5.

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