PlayStation Plus October 2015 free games list released

The PlayStation 4 is one of the consoles that is currently being used by PlayStation Plus members. Members of PlayStation Plus each month gets free games as part of their incentive for being members. For the month of October the list of free games include “Super Meat Boy”, “Broken Age” and “Kickbeat”, among others. (Sony)

The list for games that PlayStation Plus members can get for free the October has been released by Sony. The games listed for October are all cross-platformers, meaning those who get the games can be played on more than one platform.

The games that have been listed are “Super Meat Boy” for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita; “Broken Age” for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita; “Unmechanical Extended” for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3; “Kickbeat” for the PS Vita and PlayStation 3; and “Kung Fu Rabbit” for the PS Vita and PlayStation 3. Only “Chariot” isn’t on more than one platform and will only be for the PlayStation 3.

Some of the games have been expected, like for instance “Super Meat Boy” which has been enjoyed by many who have played it. IGN in its review of the game says that “Super Meat Boy” is “one of the best modern platformers.”

Another well reviewed game on the list is “Broken Age”, which IGN sees to be a great joy in playing. “Kickbeat” has also been given a good review, and has been said to “pack a good punch for a rhythm game” by IGN.

Many of the games listed have been chosen by PlayStation Plus members for the month of October, though as with any list some are not pleased with the titles on the list.

Also mentioned on the PlayStation blog is that “Driverclub PlayStation Plus Edition” is no longer available as a free download for members. That would be effective on October 6. The free downloadable games will be for the whole month of October. Each month Sony releases a list of games for PlayStation Plus members to get for free.

A similar program has been going on for Xbox as well. The free games is a way to thank members for the continued support of using PlayStation Plus, and as an incentive to keep using the feature.

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