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VIDEO: HERE ARE THE GAMES YOU CAN PLAY FOR FREE ON PLAYSTATION PLUS THIS FEBRUARY

Date: 2018-02-04


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Available from 6 February, Sony has a neat selection of titles for Plus subscribers, whether you are a PlayStation 4 gamer, or still plugging away with the PlayStation 3, there might be something stashed away that you would like to play.

They can't all be gems, but there are a few nuggets of gold tucked away in this month's offering. Check out the list below:


1. Knack

Knack is a bit of an odd one to play, it is a platform game that does not have a whole lot to do with jumping. But the game is a masterpiece, it is kid-friendly and easy enough to complete if you are a trophy-hunter.


2. RiME

It is a gorgeously rendered single-player puzzle game, you explore an island and a mysterious tower and attempt to unlock their hidden secrets.


3. Grand Kingdom

Grand Kingdom is a tactical role-playing title from NIS America and it is available on both PlayStation 4 and Vita. It is a fantasy title of the sort that requires more brain matter than physical dexterity. The hand-drawn art style and story depth, as well as the compelling combat, will definitely keep you engaged for longer than you would think.


4. Mugen Souls Z

This one is an anime-themed role-playing title that features a visual novel-style cutscene, open-world exploration and turn-based combat. Mugen Souls Z has some questionable costume and design choices and is a lengthy game to play.

5. Exile's End

Imagine the many-ported Flashback or any of the many side-scrolling games from the days of the SNES – except Contra – and you will have a fair idea what the Exile's End entails.



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