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PlayStation Plus Free Games for September 2015: October Vote To Play Date Has Not Announced Yet

( [email protected] ) Sep 09, 2015 03:09 PM EDT
The PlayStation Plus Free Games for September 2015 have been announced, and now it is only a matter of what is available for PlayStation Plus Free games for October 2015.  So far, there has been no word on a Vote To Play for October 2015, but this could change toward the middle of the month.
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The PlayStation Plus Free Games for September 2015 have been announced, and now it is only a matter of what is available for PlayStation Plus Free games for October 2015.  So far, there has been no word on a Vote To Play for October 2015, but this could change toward the middle of the month. 

Time to address the obvious elephant in the room when it comes to free PlayStation Free Games for the month of September.  Most of the fans are probably taking full advantage of them. Last month gave fans the opportunity to Vote to Play on their favorite game with a choice of Grow Home, Armello, or Zombie Vikings.  The winner was Grow Home, with the other two games receiving a 30 percent discount until September 15th

The biggest question that is being asked is why is there no Vote to Play for October 2015?  Considering that the Vote to Play didn't begin for September 2015 until August 13th, 2015, it is possible that fans should just wait this out, and see if an October Vote to Play will be happening sometime in mid-September.  This is probably the only thing to do. 

Here are the games available in September 2015 that are free for PlayStation Plus subscribers:

There is the previously mentioned Grow Home, new to the PlayStation platform, where the player takes control of BUD, a procedurally animated robot on a quest to save his planet in many interesting and botanical ways.  This is available for the PS4 platform. 

As for the PS4 and PS Vita, there are two choices for this platform.  The first is Super Time Force Ultra, which is a side-scrolling action, shooter, and platformer where the player has 30 lives to run through levels of "bullet hell".  When the player dies or ends the run, the player can view and rewind their timestream in order to revisit the life of a prior player-character's run. 

The other game available for the PS4 and PS Vita is Xeodrifter.  This is a game that is modeled after the classic Metroid game, and playing involves searching odd alien worlds in order to discover new secrets for making it home. 

For the PS Vita, there is La-Mulana EX.  This is also a classic 2D platform with a definite Metroidvania type twist.  The PlayStation Store describes this game as "deep into the ancient ruins of La-Mulana on a quest to discover not just valuable treasure, but the secret to life itself". 

PS3 and PS4 users will be given the opportunity to play in a world of steampunk and hand-drawn environments, solving puzzles with the power of electricity and magnets in the 2D platformer that is Teslagrad

Those on the PS3 will be given a classic treat with Twisted Metal, one of the longest running PlayStation exclusive franchises.  The game features a lot of vehicle-on-vehicle combat, with a whole lot of explosions.