Wednesday, 30 March 2016

PlayStation Plus IGC April 2016

Every month PlayStation Plus subscribers get a new instant game collection. Following six games for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and the PlayStation 3 are coming to PS+ next month.

Dead Star (PS4)
Early this month, a user leaked a screenshot of a pre-order he made, which indicated that the game he payed for will be refunded because it's been chosen as a PlayStation Plus game in April. This game was Dead Star, a multiplayer space combat shooter by Amature. Lots of shooting, lots of customizing, good way to spend lots of hours with it.

Zombi (PS4)
Zombi was first known as ZombiU for the Nintendo Wii U in 2012. The Ubisoft survival zombie FPS came to other consoles and the PC in August last year. Slash your way through London's streets and try to survive in this take on a zombie apocalypse. The game scored average to good reviews from various outlets.

A Virus Named Tom (PS Vita)
Tom is a virus. Usually, the way we know a virus, is that they screw up our systems quickly. And that's exactly what you have to do in this action puzzle game by the indie developer Misfits Attic. There are more than 50 levels to master and an up to 4-player co-op mode. If you're looking to scramble your brain, this is your game.

Shutshimi (PS Vita)
This game looks perfect for the Vita. Shutshimi is a shmup in nice pixel art graphics. What is the story of this game, you ask. Let's see what the indie devs say: "Shütshimi is a randomized shoot'em up about a muscle-bound fish with memory problems defending the seven seas." A fish with memory problems? My last gold fish didn't remember I had put rocks in the aquarium, got stuck between them, and died. I hope this game is different.

I Am Alive (PS3)
The Event brought havoc over the human race, nearly wiping us out. One year after, a man tries to survive in this post-apocalyptic scenario, on the lookout for this daughter and wife. I Am Alive has a unique feel to it, the ruins of destroyed cities makes it easy for the player to feel as the title suggests, alone. But you will encounter a lot of action on this adventure.

Savage Moon (PS3)
Savage Moon is a tower defense game from late 2008 by FluffyLogic, published by Sony Computer Entertainment and the only PlayStation exclusive this month. Strategically place weapons, upgrade them, and defend against an army of Insectocytes, an alien lifeform that inhabits the planets your are trying to mine on.

JerriKoe - Game on!

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