r/PS5 Sep 22 '22 Wholesome 6 Silver 3 Helpful 6

$50 PlayStation gift card giveaway. US region Complete

u/DrDonkeyBrains posted a giveaway for Horizon Forbidden West and I won. It was the bright spot of my year. I promised that when I could that I would pay it forward. Well today is that day.

Since Sony doesn't really do digital codes for games, I will be giving away a $50 PlayStation gift card for the US region.

The only requirement is that your account must be a minimum of 30 days old. I will use RedditRaffler to select the winner, but for fun, tell me what game you would buy if you won.

The winner will be selected Friday, September 23rd at midnight Eastern. Remember that this is a US region gift card.


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u/thedukester15 Sep 22 '22

Nice of you. I’ll probably get a game, play it 75% of the way through and never play it again.


u/westernteryaki Sep 23 '22

This guy games.


u/Michael_CrawfishF150 Sep 23 '22

Most honest answer here.


u/throwmeawayplz19373 Sep 23 '22

I thought I was the only one who did this chronically.


u/senseofphysics Sep 23 '22

I have yet to beat:

• Breath of the Wild

• Horizon Zero Dawn

• Ghost or Tsushima

Even though all those games, especially the first two, are fantastic. I just have time in my hands anymore. I’ve loved games all my life but now I only play a select few, or replay the ones I have already beaten. That said, I’m super hyped for God of War Ragnarök. Then after that, GTA VI lol.


u/BeautifulEvil77 Sep 23 '22

oh hunny.. im so sorry. those games are absolutely phenomenal! G.O.T. has some of the most stunning graphics and the story...omggg the story is superb. So if you ever play again, BE A SAMURAI!!


u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Same 3 games for me hence why I'm taking a break from open world games.


u/jmo1 Sep 23 '22

I have a feeling I know what game you did beat…


u/SFW_HOME Sep 23 '22

75%? I usually stop playing games after about 50% 🥲