PlayStation Plus Games October 2015

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Legendary Looters! Playstation have revealed their free games for October 2015. This month as a Playstation Plus member you can get your hands on 6 games, that’s right 6!

Broken Age

Is available for the Playstation 4 and PSP Vita. Broken Age was created by the team that brought you Grim Fandango, Costume Quest and Brutal Legend. The game is a beautiful adventure game. Check the clip below for preview of the game.

Super Meat Boy

Is finally heading to the Playstation, this once Xbox exclusive is available for the Playstation 4 and PSP Vita. For those of you that have yet to play the game are in for a treat! You take control of a Meatboy and help him on his quest to save his girlfriend from the evil Dr. Fetus! Check the clip below for a preview of this awesome game with its mighty level design!

Unmechanical Extended

Available for the Playstation 4 and Playstation 3. Unmechanical Extended is a puzzle adventure, explore this non-linear game at your own pace, taking on taking each level as they come, caution as some out of the box thinking is required.

KickBeat

Is available for the PSP and Playstation 3. Grab your fighting shoes and put them on because you’re about to kick some ass in this kung-fu/rhythm hybrid game.

Kung Fu Rabbit

Available for the Playstation 3 and PSP Vita.

Use your combat and agility skills to save your students from the Universal Evil! Utilize your Kung Fu skills to rip your enemies to shreds! This game features detailed graphics and tons of humor with hours of gameplay. 80 levels in normal and hard mode. Check the clip below for more info.

Chariot

Available for the Playstation 3. This is a co-op platform adventure. Chariot is a physics-based platformer game. Two players have to work together to get the titular vehicle to the end of each level. To do so, the two characters are equipped with a rope they can use to pull and swing the Chariot.

 

And that is your round up for October 2015 Playstation Plus games. Remember guys you need to be signed up to Playstation Plus in order to get the games for free!

 

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