I decided to do the BFI haul a couple of days earlier than usual and as such, I have four more titles to join the Asian cinema collection. The films chosen were:
Kon Ichikawa's An Actor's Revenge - released in 1963
Yasujiro Ozu's Late Autumn- released in 1960 (with A Mother Should Be Loved - released in 1934)
Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon - released in 1950
Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story- released in 1953 (with Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family - released in 1941)
Each of these titles was £14.99 so overall it was £29.98 thanks to the BOGOF offer. I did spot the Kurosawa Samurai collection but I felt that since it was £44.99 it was better for me to get the set at a later point online because it's cheaper that way, but I got Rashomon as a start.
Meanwhile, I picked up some more PlayStation 4 games over at GAME.
A bit earlier than planned but I spotted Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet for a good price and it's one of those that I wanted to own as soon as possible (in case it goes out of print or up in price). As it was part of their 2 for £30 offering the only other game I felt would make sense was Valkyria Chronicles 4. I still have the first game to go through but considering this game is with SEGA it makes sense for me to get it sooner than later.
I think in terms of the PlayStation 4 collection for UK releases, I got pretty much every major title I needed. The secondary round of priority is (believe it or not) the Bandai Namco anime games, but I want to get those at a good price and not too much. There's also the PQube visual novel titles and Spike Chunsoft's titles to get but those solely depend on timing since they may end up going for a good price later down the line.