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Playstation Plus Free Games October 2015 Lineup (PS4, PS3, PS Vita): Super Meat Boy, Kung Fu Rabbit, and More

( [email protected] ) Oct 01, 2015 11:37 AM EDT
PlayStation has released this month's lineup of free games for PS Plus, including one extremely difficult platformer, one very touching and another coming-of-age story. The free games are available to games with PlayStation Plus membership.
Sony's PlayStation Experience could be the start of a new holiday video game tradition. Photo: WCCFTech.com

PlayStation has released this month's lineup of free games for PS Plus, including one extremely difficult platformer, one very touching and another coming-of-age story. The free games are available to games with PlayStation Plus membership.

This month's free game line for PlayStation Plus members, include Super Meat Boy and Broken Age on PS4, said PlayStation. The full lineup are:

  • Super Meat Boy, PS4, PS Vita
  • Broken Age, PS4, PS Vita
  • Unmechanical: Extended, PS4, PS3
  • Chariot, PS3
  • KickBeat, PS3, PS Vita
  • Kung Fu Rabbit, PS3, PS Vita

Unfortunately, the Super Meat Boy is expected to provide even the most hardcore platforming players with its level of difficulty. The game features teeth-grinding levels, insane obstacles, horrible traps, and smiling chunks of meat. Can you stand against the gory onslaught of near-impossible tasks in Super Meat Boy?

Metacritic gave the Super Meat Boy a high 87/100 score for PC and a rare Overwhelmingly Positive user review score on Steam. This game is highly recommended for die-hard PlayStation gamers.

In Super Meat Boy, players have to rescue a damsel in distress Bandage Girl from the villainous meat.

The Broken Age is intended for the more relaxed players. The game's storyline is about two teenagers being guided through strangely similar circumstances but on two different worlds. With a gorgeous soundtrack and award-winning cast, Broken Age is perfect for gamers that grew up with the adventure genre. Or people that just want to hear some jokes.

According to Forbes, Broken Age is a project of Kickstarter but was originally named Double Fine Adventure from independent game developer Double Fine Productions. Broken Age follows the adventure of two teenagers "with a snazzy 81/100 on Metacritic for PlayStation 4."

Last thing! Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition will no longer be available as a free download for Plus members starting on October 6th, 2015. If you have not downloaded it yet, be sure to go to PlayStation Store now before October 6th!

Also coming to PlayStation Plus members are:

  • Unmechanical Extended (PS4/PS3)
  • Kickbeat (Vita/PS3)
  • Kung Fu Rabbit(Vita/PS3)
  • Chariot (PS3)

Forbes also reported that several other games are also available for download until October 6. The games include a free version of Drive Club including kick-ass platformers, like La Mulana and Super Time Force Ultra.

Here's the full list of the upcoming games:

  • Grow Home
  • Super Time Force Ultra
  • Twisted Metal
  • Teslagrad
  • Xeodrifter
  • La Mulana EX
  • Driveclub PS Plus Edition