PS Plus Games for November Leaked and Confirmed
Sony has announced the lineup of free games coming to PS Plus members in November.
Every month, PlayStation offers PS Plus subscribers multiple games for PS4, PS3, and the Vita for no additional cost. Following a tweet leaking the advertisement from a Dutch retailer, Sony has finally unveiled the official list of games coming to their three platforms next week.
The Walking Dead: Season 2 (PS4)
The second installment in Telltale's episodic choose-your-own-adventure series released back in late 2013. It was well received by both critics and fans of the series, praised for its well-written characters and emotional story. Telltale's comic book-like game engine occasionally stutters and glitches, but that's no reason to miss out on this compelling, heart-wrenching adventure. Going in without playing Season 1 first, however, is not recommended.
Magicka 2 (PS4)
Pieces Interactive's cooperative hack and slash sequel released earlier this year with mostly positive reviews. Though the game was criticized for its unbalanced difficulty as a solo experience, critics praised its coop mode as well as its elegant combat mechanics and RPG systems. For a humorous and charming story that can be enjoyed with friends, check out Magicka 2.
Dragon Fin Soup (PS4 and PS Vita)
Defined by indie developer Grimm Bros as tactical action RPG with roguelike elements, Dragon Fin Soup is a fantastical experience coming to PlayStation platforms and PC. This Kickstarted game stars a Little Red Ridinghood-esque hero in a 2D land of draugar, werewolves, and yes, dragons. Boasting a complex system with simple interface, Dragon Fin Soup will be playable with a keyboard, joystick, gamepad, and/or touchscreen, making it an easy fit for both PS4 and Vita.
Invizimals (PS Vita)
This late PSP title is a fighting game featuring an augmented reality presentation. Players use the Vita's (or the PSP's) camera to view little virtual creatures projected onto real surfaces and command them in battle. Though critics were initially wowed by the game's AR pow factor, the spectacle was not to deter them from what was mostly considered an underwhelming fighting experience. Feel free to show this one off to your friends, but don't expect Invizimals to be the next big thing on Vita.
What do you think of PlayStation's November lineup? Will you be playing any of these games next week? Still playing Super Meat Boy or other games from October's lineup? Post in the comments below!