Welcome back to Playstation Base! I hope you are all feeling fine!
It’s that time again where we can download a bunch of Sony offerings for free via Playstation Plus! Every month, Playstation grants 2 games on each platform for loyal Playstation Plus customers. Last month was the most impressive since the release of the PS4 with Infamous: First Light being the first AAA title to be received on the new console. From today (4/2/15) you can download all of the below from the Playstation Store!
The first game we can expect for the PS4 is highly acclaimed Transistor from the same creators as Bastion. Yes, it is another Indie game and it is the flagship title for this months PS+, but don’t fret as Transistor has received many positive reviews! The setting is based around you traversing a futuristic landscape whilst wielding a powerful weapon of unknown origin. The game is an action RPG, so you can expect to be hacking and slashing through large numbers of enemies as you progress and upgrade!
The second game for PS4 is Apotheon – a 2D action adventure set in ancient Greece. Your task is to infiltrate Mount Olympus in order to end the wrath of the God’s! Again we have another Indie title – these seem to be coming in thick and fast through Playstation Plus at recent times, but every game is worth a look, especially as it is free!
We can also expect another 2 games for the PS3, the first being Thief. Now, I am disappointed that this is only available on PS3 as opposed to PS4. Square Enix revived the franchise after more than 10 years of silence and I, myself haven’t had the chance to see what it is like. Ultimately, it was received fairly well, so again, worth checking out!
The second game for PS3 is Yakuza 4, an open world adventure set in the criminal underworld of Tokyo. I’m sure you have played at least one of these games before, so not a great deal of explanation will be needed.
PS Vita also sees Rogue Legacy and Kick and Fennick for February.
So that’s this months offerings people! Impressed? Disappointed? Fed up with Indie titles? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think on Twitter or Facebook using the links below!
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