July’s PS+ Freebies Heavy On Atmosphere, Light On Substance
When one thinks about the summer months, they typically imagine bright sunshine, flickering water, and vibrant fireworks … but not so much Sony and their slate of PS+ freebies for the month of July. Instead, the big...
- Posted 2 weeks ago
June’s PS+ Games Prove Zombies, Aliens, Ninjas Don’t Equal Greatness
It’s tough to know what to expect from the console subscription services during the month of E3. Sometimes, the studios like to go all-out to showcase what kinds of games come bundled with their specific system’s monthly...
- Posted 4 weeks ago
Sony Doesn’t Go Above and Beyond with May’s PS+ Oddball Freebies
When the biggest, most significant title offered to PS+ subscribers for a given month is a remastered version of a game from the same studio releasing a new creation later in the month, it’s tough to get...
- Posted 2 months ago
Greatness In the Blood of Sony’s Mighty PS+ Titles for March
Sony recently announced that their PS+ subscription service will stop offering free PS3 and PS Vita games by March of next year, which might be a welcome reprieve considering the unexceptional filler titles that have been included...
- Posted 4 months ago
February’s PS+ Freebies: A Chest Full of Unremarkable Knickknacks
February’s PS+ offerings function similarly to how the main character in one of the included titles operates, gathering together shiny, colorful games with little rhyme or reason behind their selection outside of getting to the requisite size...
- Posted 5 months ago
January’s PS+ Titles Involve Transhumans, Dark Knights, Psycho-Passes
Starting the year off right with their PlayStation Plus free titles, Sony has decided to explore the grimness of dystopias and distorted fantasy realms. There’s variety in the types of games involved, including three different “interactive adventure”-style...
- Posted 6 months ago
Sony’s PS+ Titles for December Not Legendary, But Adventurous
Ending 2017 on a relatively high note, Sony’s PS+ subscription service has taken the successes and stumbles of their offerings this year and applied it to their December slate, though one can’t help but notice that the...
- Posted 7 months ago
Worms, Dancers, and Rag Dolls Caught in November’s PS+ Slump
It’s been a year of ups and downs for Sony’s free offerings through their PlayStation Plus (PS+) subscription service, but the last few months have led to a particularly noteworthy upswing, especially their October titles. Unfortunately, that...
- Posted 8 months ago
2017 Gift Guide: Best Video Games of the Holiday Season
Hard to deny that gaming has reached a point where open-world exploration has transitioned from being not just worth touting as a feature in a game, but an objective and necessity for many single-player experiences out...
- Posted 9 months ago
Sony Scares Up Plenty of Anticipation With Killer PS+ Games For October
After numerous months that merited more or less a shrug, Sony isn’t messing around with their October slate of free PS+ games. I’ve talked a lot about balance when it comes to what they’ve been offering lately,...
- Posted 9 months ago
Sony’s PS+ Free Titles for August Swoop in With Open Worlds, Vintage Concepts
Sony’s PS+ offerings have been on the upswing over the past few months, as if they’ve started to really understand that there should be some balance between their emphasis on indie games and the inclusion of a...
- Posted 12 months ago
For PS+ in July, Sony Scares Up Impressive, Atmospheric Offerings
Lately, doing a monthly comparison of the free games being offered by the different gaming subscription services wouldn’t really swing in Sony’s favor. While they’re to be commended for making a broad variety of under-the-radar, independent games available...
- Posted 1 year ago
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