PlayStation Plus members can get Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Costume Quest 2, and several other games for PS4, PS3, and Vita this month. Remember, these games are only “free” if you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.
Playstation Plus users are looking at a powerhouse month for games in October. If you’ve never played Resident Evil, there’s officially no excuse for missing out on its wonderful remaster.
If you haven’t played Journey yet, now’s your chance to get it for PS3 and PS4 through PlayStation Plus’ September lineup.
There’s not much for PlayStation 4 owners in next month’s PlayStation Plus lineup, but if you have a PlayStation 3? That’s a different story.
It’s looking like a solid month for Games With Gold and PlayStation Plus.
One of the best independent games from the last few years and an excellent basketball game are part of Sony’s excellent lineup for next month.
It’s a quality selection of games, but they’re not exactly heavy hitters.
Here’s what you’re getting if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber.
Another month, another batch of games for PlayStation Plus.
Sony’s finally announced its PlayStation Plus lineup for next month, and it’s coming with some pretty great games.
Sony’s announced the PlayStation Plus lineup for October and it’s headlined by Broken Age (PS4/Vita) and Super Meat Boy (PS4/Vita). The other games include Unmechanical Extended (PS4/PS3), Kickbeat (Vita/PS3), Kung Fu Rabbit (Vita/PS3), Chariot (PS3). Never played Super Meat Boy before? I’m so jealous!
Starting on Thursday, PlayStation owners can help decide one of the free games offered alongside PlayStation Plus every month. As of today, we know what games you’ll be voting on, too. There’s some surprises, including the reveal of Grow Home for PlayStation 4.
Don't Starve's expansion pack, Reign of the Giants, is coming to the PS4 on July 22nd, developer Klei Entertainment has announced. The new stuff will cost you $4.99, unless you're a PlayStation Plus member. Then you get a snazzy ten percent discount at launch.
To celebrate the PlayStation Plus release (in Japan) of Gravity Rush, sand artist Kisato drew Kat in three different outfits. From what I can tell of this entrancing video, if you're an artist working with sand, it pays to have really well groomed fingernails. [via NeoGAF]