PS+ Games of September 2016

Do you remember the ps+ games of September? Well, of course not. They weren’t revealed until some hours ago but they were now so I came to tell you about them.
Again, like last month, or any upcoming month for that matter, I haven’t played all of the games so take my opinion on them with a grain of salt. These are just my impressions not a review or anything.

The games for this month are:

  • Lords of the Fallen (PS4): Souls-like gameplay with a westernized look. I never bought this game myself because I felt the artstyle to be too derivative but, with this new price, I’ll sure give it a try.
  • Journey (PS4, PS3): It’s not for everyone, certainly not for the more old-schoolers that demand games to be a challenge to conquer and not just some experience but, to me personally, Journey is a masterpiece.
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (PS3): Not as interesting as the 2008 reboot this game went back with a more classic look and gameplay approach. Some will prefer that and others don’t. It’s a good game though, even if not that remarkable.
  • Datura (PS3): Best played with move controls. This game is an experimental trip that will leave you with more questions than answers. It’s short and pretty weird but, for the asking price, you should give it a go.
  • Badland (PS Vita, PS4, PS3): Very cool color palette on a game that’s as charming as it is simple. Just help your creature/s reach the end of the levels. A platformer that sure is more fun in short bursts.
  • Amnesia: Memories (PS Vita): Visual novels of the romantic kind are certainly not for the mainstream but this one is among the best ones, or so I’ve been told.


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