June’s PS Plus games are alright

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PS-Alright

You know, technically, those games you’re getting every month with PS Plus aren’t free. You’re still paying for a service that happens to include a selection of games to download every month. But much like the Swiss flag, those games are usually a big plus when it comes to motivating the price of a PS Plus subscription. New games are on the way for June. Games that cover stealth espionage action and a bony Japanese warlord. Check ‘em out.

Next month, you can download the following games on the following PlayStation platforms:

  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS4)
  • Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition (PS4)
  • Super Exploding Zoo (PS Vita, PS4)
  • Futuridium EP Deluxe (PS Vita, PS4)
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (PS3)
  • Cloudberry Kingdom (PS3)

And now Matty owes me R50, thanks to our current office pool where we’ve been gambling on which games will hit PS Plus next. Now if July has Killzone: ShadowFall, I’m going to be one rich bastard before Christmas. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is easily the highest of profile games on the list, especially with Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain just around the corner. It’s essentially a taste of things to come, and a solid couple of hours of gameplay.

I’m a bit more envious of PS3 players to be honest, as Call of Juarez: Gunslinger was a damn fine game on last-gen. It was a game that wiped the horrid taste of COJ’s previous console game, The Cartel, out of my mouth. Not a bad selection of games at all this month. Not bad at all.

Last Updated: May 28, 2015

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