It is that time of the month again! Free PlayStation games! And this months lineup will be sure to keep you busy for many hours! For all platforms we have a good game and one less so, but most are well worth trying for free.
Grim Fandango Remastered (PS4)
The Tim Schafer classic from 1998, remastered on the PlayStation 4. Even though the remastering did little more then just improve the textures on the character models, this is still a game well worth revisiting. It might just be a little hard to get into if you’re not all that much for older games.
Hardware: Rivals (PS4)
Just like Dragonfin Soup did in November last year, this game releases on PSPlus for free. A great way to make a name for yourself if you ask us. We’ll sure be checking it out. Vehicular Combat in an online arena. We’ll be driving the pink tank…
Dragon Age: Origins (PS3)
PressQuit Pick of the Month If you’re into big epic single player experiences, this is most likely the free game where you’ll be spending most of your time in this month. Dozens of hours of main quest and exponentially more in side quests, this is one hell of a big and enjoyable game! Curious to see the roots of last years Dragon Age Inquisition? or just looking for a huge game to sink your teeth in, this is it, and it’s totally free this month!
Medal of Honor: Warfighter (PS3)
Dwarfed in size by Dragon Age: Origins and in popularity and quality by the Call of Duty series. Medal of Honor:Warfighter is not really all that good. Sure, if you’re into First Person Shooters and like playing the campaigns, it might be a somewhat enjoyable free ride, but if you like multiplayers or just want to play a good FPS Campaign every now and then we’d advice skipping this on and getting a cheap alternative with better quality.
Getting mixed reviews around the board, this game averages at around a 6 or a 7. Which is not all that bad for a now free game. There really is not much to say about Nihilumbra other then we’d advice to check it out. It’s free, relatively short and looks the part. Just don’t expect to be overwhelmed!
Legends of War: Patton (Vita)
Unlike Nihilumbra, we can’t really advice you to play this game. We’re pretty sure that George S. Patton would be very proud that this wears his name. Sure, if you’re really into tactical military games this might be worth you’re time. All in all this isn’t a horrible game, there are just better ways to spend your time. **Points at Dragon Age: Origin**
Overall we’re pretty happy with this months selection. The Vita games aren’t really exiting, but that is a discussion best having elsewhere. Both PS3 and PS4 have a solid game and one more aimed at a niche market. Just the way we like it..