Sony has recently unveiled it’s next lineup of free games for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. Owners of those systems with PlayStation Plus accounts can download any and all of the games when September hits. Below is each game, according to system, along with a description of the game itself.
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Grow Home (PS4): Through Sony’s Vote to Play initiative, Grow Home was player’s #1 choice. Play as BUD, a robot on a mission to save his home planet by growing large vines, collecting oxygen, and making it back to your mothership.

Super Time Force Ultra (PS4): A 2-D retro-style shmup where you travel through six different time zones. The game touts a sort of “single player coop” where you can go back through a level with yourself for a short while.

Teslagrad (PS4, PS3): A puzzle platformer that uses magnetic theory, electricity, and polarity to navigate through a huge tower. Created by Rain Games, play as a young boy on a quest of exploration.

Xeodrifter (PS4, Vita): Developed by Renegade Kid, Xeodrifter is a retro-style 2-D x2 Metroidvania game with much more emphasis on the Metroid than Castlevania. Using upgrades that the player finds and interacting with the background, the player navigates four different planets in an attempt to fix their broken ship.

La-Mulana exLa-Mulana Ex (Vita): I’d honestly only just heard about this game now, and it looks like the best Indiana Jones action-platformer game to date. Players are asked to use their skill and test their resolve at beating this archaeological dig exploration game

Which title are you most excited for? Sound off in the comments!

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