Gamers can’t get enough of these top ten RPGs – and they are a bargain on Steam | The Sun

STEAM Summer Sale is still ongoing, and PC gamers are still grabbing the best bargains of the sale.

RPG is one of the most popular gaming genres, as it lets you immerse yourself in a completely different world.

Whether you’re into sci-fi, fantasy, or mediaeval role-play, there is a game out there for everyone.

Here are the ten best RPGs that are currently part of the Steam Summer Sale.


One of the more unusual RPGs on the list, Omori is a tale of friendship, where your emotions are what power you in battle.

Omori blends both RPG battles with choices matter decision-making to create a heart-wrenching story.

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The world is in your hands, and Omori will put you on an emotional rollercoaster that blends over into real life.

Omori is currently 25% off and can be grabbed, for just £11.61 / $14.99.

Lost Dimension

This is a tactical RPG with a twist; not only do you play tactical turn-based combat, but you also have to find the traitor.

Each round a traitor is randomly assigned, and you have to find them out by taking different people into missions with you.

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Once you figure out who it is, you are then faced with the difficult decision to say bye for good or save them, knowing they will turn on you.

Lost Dimension is available now at 75% off, for only £4.87 / $6.24.

Persona 4 Golden

A city boy sent to live in the Japanese countryside, you have to balance the difficulty of high school drama and saving the town.

Build relationships with those around you, and use the strength of your bonds to help you in battle.

Getting to the issues at the centre of your friends’ psyche will help you uncover the crime in the town.

Persona 4 Golden is now available for 25% off, and can be picked up for £13.49 / $14.99.

Octopath Traveler

While the second game just released, the original Octopath Traveler is still one of the best RPGs around.

You choose your initial path out of the eight available characters, but eventually you will see them all intertwine.

Travel the world, find your seven other teammates, and work together to defeat anyone in your path.

You can get Octopath Traveler at 50% off, for just £24.99 / $29.99.

Disco Elysium

You play as a detective with a hangover looking to uncover not only the criminal behind a murder, but who you are.

No memory and no name, along with your partner Kim Kitsuragi, you can choose the path you take.

Whether you charm, bribe or brute force your way through problems, each path is completely valid with the right luck.

Disco Elysium is currently 75% off, and you can pick it up for £8.74 / $9.99.

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

The Legendary Edition is home to the original Mass Effect Trilogy, complete with a shiny new look.

As the commander of the Normandy, you gather a crew of alien misfits in order to protect humanity and the rest of the galaxy.

One of the few games that mixes romance, choices matter, and FPS action.

All three Mass Effect games are available for 75% off, for just £12.49 / $14.99.


Subversing your stereotypes about what an RPG has to be, you can choose whether to slay or spare each person you come across.

The line between friend and foe is likely thinner than you imagine, as you get to know everyone in the mysterious underworld.

A mix of story, puzzles, and unusual combat, if Undertale doesn’t warm your heart, it will definitely surprise you.

Undertale is now 70% off, and can be bought for just £2.09 / $2.99.

Nier: Automata

In Nier: Automata you play as 2B, an android who hopes to protect the world in a dystopia overrun with menacing machines.

This game has multiple endings, and many can be found in ways that you wouldn’t expect.

With 9S by your side, Nier: Automata mixes great combat with a gripping futuristic story.

Nier: Automata is currently 50% off, and can be purchased for £14.99 / $19.99.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Like a Dragon takes all of the wackiness of the Yakuza series and turns it up to eleven.

Changing the series to turn-based party combat, you’ll see plenty of wild attacks, special combos, and silly summons.

If you ever wanted to call a crawfish to come aid you in a street fight, then Like a Dragon is for you.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is now 75% off, and you can pick it up for £13.74 / $14.99.

Monster Hunter Rise

The latest in the Monster Hunter series, Rise is also the best the genre has to offer.

Explore the massive open world, hunt huge beasts, and take them down to gather resources.

The Sunbreak DLC is also part of the sale, and is an excellent expansion for long-time fans.

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Monster Hunter Rise is 60% off, and you can grab it for £13.19 / $15.99.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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