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PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2016 and March 2016: Vote To Play Is Back!

( [email protected] ) Feb 11, 2016 05:52 PM EST
Those who are PlayStation Plus free games available for the month of February, but since the month is almost half-over, most are probably interested in the free games available for March 2016.  So far, one of three games is known thanks to the Vote to Play option is back.
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Those who are PlayStation Plus free games available for the month of February, but since the month is almost half-over, most are probably interested in the free games available for March 2016.  So far, one of three games is known thanks to the Vote for Play option is back. 

There isn't much news related to the PlayStation Plus Free Games for the month of March 2016.  However, there is good news as Vote to Play is back.  According to Attack of the Fanboy, the voting starts today and goes to the end of February, and here are three games that are available to vote on. 

  • Action Henk: The official website describes the game as follows: "Run, jump and butt-slide into the glorious toy-filled world of Action Henk! Become a master of momentum and defy physics as you race against a band of ragged 90s action figures to once and for all prove that Action Henk is the fastest of them all!"
  • Assault Android Cactus: This game is described on Steam as being an arcade-style twin stick shooter, and involves heroines shooting overwhelming hordes of robots, in single player or local co-op game modes.
  • Broforce: Judging from what the official website says, the game is exactly like what it sounds, which is a bunch of male soldiers running and gunning to eliminate serious competition. It is very reminiscent and satirical of the Contra series.

In the meantime, here are the games available to play for the entire month of February:

PS4 players have access to Nom Nom Galaxy, which has a lot of gameplay for one game like platforming, mining, base construction, resource management, tower defense, and making soup.   Yes, this is a game about becoming the most powerful soup company in the galaxy, and if that is what you are into, then you will love it.

One game offered for the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita is Helldivers: Democracy Strikes Back.  This is set in a "satirical and dystopian future", with combat against three invading enemy species.  It is a top-down shooter that focuses a lot on teamwork, with squad battle to become a hero of the Federation. 

The PS Vita have two choices for the month, and one of them is Lemmings Touch.  The Lemmings series stems back to the early nineties, and it is about getting a whole herd of creatures from one point to the other without any dying along the way.  The other game available for the PS Vita is Nova-111, as the player embarks on a journey to recover the scientists lost in its alien worlds.

Exclusively for the PS3, there are also two choices.  The first is Grid Autosport, which is a racing game described on Steam as "it's all about the teams, the rivals and the race as you become driver for hire, specializing in your favorite disciplines or conquering them all in an intense world of professional motorsport". Another game exclusively for the PS3 is Persona 4 Arena Ultimax.  This game hails from Japan, and it is a serious fighting game that is a sequel to Persona 4 Arena, which is a follow-up to Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4