PS Plus: July’s Free Games For North America

PS Plus: July's Free Games For North America

Another month and another set of free games on PS Plus. All three systems are receiving two free games each in July. Check out what PS Plus has in store for the PlayStation 4, Play station 3 and the PS Vita!

Ps4

PlayStation 4 owners are in for a treat this month with Strider and TowerFall Ascension.

Strider is side scrolling action game made by Capcom that was released on ps4 earlier this year. Fans of fast paced arcade combat will enjoy this game.

TowerFall Ascension is multiplayer mayhem at its finest. Get a few of your buddies to sit around the TV with you and let the rage begin. The game is basic enough but has an incredible amount of depth if played enough. Unfortunately though there is no online multiplayer so you will need a beer and a buddy to get the most out of the game.

Ps3

PS Plus Free Dead Space 3

PS Plus on Ps3 gets Dead Space 3 and Vessel.

Dead Space 3 took a lot of heat from players due to the huge amount of micro transactions placed in the game. Don’t let that stop you from playing though because they are not needed to beat the game. This is another co op game that is best played with a buddy but you can actually play online. It’s free and the campaign isn’t so bad that you can’t play through it once.

Vessel is a puzzle platformer that came to Ps3 in March. The basic idea is to use liquid in various ways to hit switches and move platforms so you can beat various levels. There is no set path, each level can be beaten in multiple ways.

PS Vita

PS Plus Free Doki Doki

The Vita gets Muramasa Rebirth and Doki-Doki Universe free this month.

Muramusa is a 2-d action RPG that brings Japanese mythology to the handheld. Two characters, two paths and a ton of demons and enemy samurai trying to stop you along the way. If you like fast paced action and beautiful art style then this game is a good choice for you.

Doki-Doki Universe kind of goes in the opposite direction of Muramusa. Doki-Doki has you going from planet to planet doing tiny mini-games, basically quizzes, then returns you to your home planet to be evaluated by a therapist. Each planet has side missions for you do which normally involves you finding out what a certain person likes and dislikes. Quirky and fun this game is great to play when you have a bit of downtime.

Not a bad selection for July. Anything you plan on playing next month? Leave us a comment and let us know!

Source: PS Blog