It’s that time once again Vita gamers; we’re back to announce the October line-up of PlayStation Plus titles for the Western regions.
We’d like to remind you that Europe and North America are now getting their Plus titles on the same day of the week – the first Tuesday of the new month – and that you’ll be able to get this month’s haul on the 6th.
“Broken Age promised to be a return to the classic point-and-click adventure games from yesteryear and manages to succeed on that promise in every way. It’s a game filled with brilliantly absurd puzzles wrapped around a beautiful story that’s told with wit and humor. It is both laugh out loud funny and head banging frustration. Broken Age manages to blend all these elements into a wonderfully charming game that should not be missed.” – Brad Gruetzmacher
“Developers Zen Studios have melded two stalwart genres of portable gaming in the pursuit of spawning something completely novel. While this is a tall feat for the Hungarian studio, who is perhaps best known for their work on Pinball games, the result is a game mechanic that appeals to both the most grizzled of rhythm veterans; as well as to those who are undisciplined in the ways of the beat.” – Brian Sharon
Kung Fu Rabbit
Kung Fu Rabbit stars a Rabbit who practices Kung Fu, and who has set himself on a quest to save all the baby rabbits abducted by unknown invaders. What’s not to like about that description?
Super Meat Boy
In Super Meat Boy, you control the namesake Meat boy – helping him as he attempts to rescue his girlfriend, Bandage Girl, from the game’s antagonist Dr. Fetus. It sounds pretty crazy from the outside, but wait ’til you play it; this split-second timing, fine-control requiring platformer is hard as nails!
These four games can be yours, for the low price of a PlayStation Plus subscription – and that subscription will net you great deals on digital titles as well. If you don’t already have one, I suggest grabbing a year sub; both for the cost to coverage benefits as well as the fact that you’re not going to want it to run out on you. 😉