Every month PlayStation Plus subscribers gain access to six games for free. It’s an incredible value, and sometimes some absolute gems are being given away. Other times, they’ll be titles that most owners have never heard of before let alone thought about playing. Thankfully, we know a thing or two about PlayStation games, and we’re willing to help out.
In order to make sure that you know your November PS Plus games, we’ve put together an article that’ll give you the 411 on all seven games (there’s a bonus PSVR game this month). We’ll tell you whether or not a game is worth your time, and link to our review (if we have one) so you can do some additional reading. That way you can better decide which titles to check out, and which ones to pass over. After all, while these games might be free, your time is equally important.
Check out the November PS Plus games below:
November PS Plus Games
Bound is one of the prettiest games ever made. The Sony published title was developed by Plastic, and its combination of platforming and ballet works really well.
Worms Battlegrounds (PS4)
Worms Battlegrounds has some issues, but it's a totally serviceable version of Worms. The 3D art found here isn't as nice as W.M.D, but it still offers multiplayer fun.
R-Type Dimensions (PS3)
Fans of side-scrolling shooters will get a real kick out of R-Type Dimensions. It's definitely worth dusting off the PS3 for if you dig the genre.
Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic (PS3)
Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic wasn't a good fighting game when it released in 2009, and I doubt time has helped it age gracefully.
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse (Vita)
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse is a solid, yet unspectacular, point-and-click adventure game. The puzzles are fun to solve, and the story is interesting enough to keep the player's attention the whole time.
Dungeon Punks (Vita, PS4)
Dungeon Punks is a cool beat 'em up that is perfect for multiplayer. Grab a friend, and get to punching bad guys!
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PSVR)
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is a simplistic virtual reality game that has players going through some Until Dawn locales in VR. It's a decent shooter, and is fun for the few hours it lasts.
We hope you enjoyed our look at the November PS Plus games. It’s a pretty spectacular line-up this month, and there should be an enjoyable game for everyone. It’s a very diverse line-up, and even includes two Sony published titles in Until Dawn: Rush of Blood and Bound.
Let us know in the comments below what November PS Plus games you’ve already played before, and if you’ve enjoyed your time with them!
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