October 2015 PlayStation Now Subscription Additions Include 13 Halloween-Themed Games

After adding PixelJunk and Assassin’s Creed games last month, Sony is bringing 13 PlayStation 3 games to the PlayStation Now subscription tomorrow, October 6, in the United States and Canada.

Saying that “Shocktober will be a month like no other on the PlayStation Now Game Streaming Subscription service,” James Martin, PS Now Director of Marketing, talked about each of the new subscription titles:

The Last of Us: Left Behind

The Last of Us: Left Behind combines themes of survival, loyalty and love with tense, survival-action gameplay in this critically acclaimed chapter to the best-selling game, The Last of Us. Play through the poignant story of Ellie and Riley as they use firearms, improvised weapons and stealth to defend against hostile humans and zombie-like creatures.

BloodRayne: Betrayal

Slay ghastly enemies as Rayne, the original video game femme fatale with superhuman strength, speed, and agility in this 2D side-scrolling hack-n-slash adventure. With the help of a mysterious friend and members of Brimstone, Rayne must take out a fiendish horde and stop an evil master plot once and for all.

All Zombies Must Die!

You’re all that stands between 6 billion zombies and the world’s supply of delicious, supple head-candy. It’s you versus an unrelenting, undead army in this non-stop zombie-fighting romp, so reload your shotguns and lock up your brains: All Zombies Must Die!

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation

Capture the souls of 7,000 demon spawn in a deal with Death to win reunion with your wife in this first-person shooter. Weapons include the eponymous Painkiller, as well as the Stakethrower, Electrodriver and the new Soulcatcher, which shoots saw blades and sucks the souls from enemies.

Deception IV: Blood Ties

Indulge your dark side and step into the role of the Devil’s Daughter as you mercilessly trap human victims on a quest for retribution. With over 120 traps to choose from, you’ll get to place ever more elaborate, sadistic and humiliating combos in this trap-based strategy game.

Slender: the Arrival

Slender: The Arrival is a survival-horror game adaptation of “Slender Man.” Its unadulterated use of tension and fear will keep you in its grasp long after you’re done playing the game.

Costume Quest 2

Collect candy and costumes to thwart the plans of Dr. Orel White, the nefarious dentist who wishes to see Halloween banished forever. Take on the powers of the costumes you wear in this whimsical, well-heeled role-playing game.

Stick it to The Man

On an ordinary day, hard hat tester Ray has a bizarre accident and wakes up with a giant pink spaghetti arm sticking out of his brain, giving him extraordinary mind-reading powers. What more do you really need to know to want to play this game?

Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut

In this post-apocalyptic retro-styled 2D survival horror game, you’ll control a nameless protagonist based on directions provided by the character’s apparent hallucinations. Lone Survivor’s gameplay, storyline, and multiple endings will keep you coming back for more — even after Halloween has come and gone.

Blood Knights

Play as a vampire-hunter turned vampire in this hack-n-slash game featuring platformer and RPG elements. You’ll have to off against human outlaws, demons, werewolves and other vampires before you secure the Blood Seal and reclaim your honor.

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Embark in life-or-death battles with evil ghosts that lurk in the darkness of Tokyo in this mash-up of adventure, visual novel gameplay and strategy RPG elements. Treat yourself to the not-to-be-missed art-style, character animations, backgrounds and story!

Final Exam

Final Exam is an action-packed side-scroller, drenched in the blood and caustic humor. Test your mettle in this wild mash-up of monsters, baseball bats, chainsaws, and references to video games and teen horror movies!

Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge

Unleash zombie hordes in this “fun, funny and original” RTS game — where you control the zombies. The fun only ends when all of your zombie squads are eliminated.

The video above highlights six titles in total, three of which are already available in the subscription.

[Source: PS Blog, PlayStation (Twitter)]