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Drawn to Death, Lovers in a dangerous Spacetime headline April’s PlayStation Plus games

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We already know that David Jaffe’s Drawn To Death is going to be the headline game in April’s PlayStation Plus Instant Games Collection – which takes the surprise and sting out of the month. The rest of April’s games are…well, they’re okay.

Well, all of the ones not called Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, anyway. The celebrated couch co-op game is coming to PlayStation Plus next month.

It’s “a frantic 1- to 4-player couch co-op action space shooter. Explore a colorful galaxy in a massive neon battleship that you control together by manning turrets, lasers, shields and thrusters. Only through teamwork can you triumph over the evil forces of Anti-Love, rescue kidnapped space-bunnies, and avoid a vacuumy demise. Deep space is a dangerous place, but you don’t have to face it alone!”

It’s also a hell of a lot of fun.

The PlayStation 3 gets two entirely okay games in Invizimals: the Lost Kingdom and Alien Rage. Ok, I may be embellish a bit. They’re actually pretty bad.

PlayStation Vita owners get 10 Second Ninja X and Curses ‘n Chaos, both of which are PlayStation 4 cross-buy games. 10 second Ninja X is a fast and furious platformer, while the latter game is Curses a wave-based, arena-brawler video game with a focus on 2-player co-op.

The big draw, really, is Drawn To Death, which will let us see if Jaffe and co have created a fun game – or something that’ll flounder as everybody goes back to playing Overwatch.

Last Updated: March 29, 2017


  1. Guild

    March 29, 2017 at 20:25

    Meh. Overwatch it is then.


    • Gavin Mannion

      March 30, 2017 at 06:06

      I’m actually super keen to play Drawn to Death… been following that for a while and it’s either going to be a bucketload of fun or boring af..

      Thankfully it’ll be free so I can try and not have buyers remorse


      • Guild

        March 30, 2017 at 10:53

        If you awake when I jump on, I’ll join you to try it out. It could be an awesome game that does well like rocket league or I’ll delete it and return to the massive backlog of games I have.


  2. Banana Jim's Final Form!

    March 29, 2017 at 21:40

    Meh! I’ll give Drawn to Death a go, but April’s lineup is without a doubt one of their weakest yet. Shame on you Sony! Shame on you!


  3. schitsophrenic-toothbrush

    March 30, 2017 at 08:05

    I am rather disappointed, with xbox one’s backwards compatibility they are handing PS Plus carrots.


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