The end of the month nears, and it’s that time once again; we’re back to announce the March line-up of PlayStation Plus titles for the Western regions.

We’d like to remind you that Plus titles across North America and Europe now hit on the same day of the week – the first Tuesday of the new month – and you’ll be able to get this month’s haul on the 1st.

Flame Over


“Flame Over is best described as a 3D isometric roguelike (or Pyro-guelike as the devs like to call it) where you will battle through randomised levels tackling fires and rescuing those that are trapped inside the burning building. Playing as the aptly-named, moustachioed hero Blaze Carruthers you will single-handedly respond to an emergency at the towers of Inferal Industries where you will need to tackle the overwhelming conflagration that threatens to raze the sixteen-storeys to the ground!” – Charlie Large

Reality Fighters


Reality Fighters is a fighting game where the player can take a photo of himself or herself and, using the game’s editing tools, become a video game character. The game boasts over 8 trillion unique fighter combinations, which can be used in solo and online play. – Wikipedia

These two Vita titles can be yours, for the low price of a PlayStation Plus subscription. That subscription will net you great deals on digital titles as well, especially if you pay attention to the weekly deals on the PlayStation Network.

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. 😉

  • Yoyitsu

    This is the first time, in a very long time, that I’m completely disappointed with the Vita selection.

  • Lester Paredes

    Flame Over is fun. I can’t say anything about Reality Fighters other than I wouldn’t take it even if it were free…

    • Buckybuckster

      I’ll get Flame Over but like you’ve said, Reality Fighters could never be free enough for me to waste the precious memory card space to download it!

  • Arm Butthole

    It’s been a terrible few months for PS+ in general. March especially.