Now that February is gone, and we are fully into March, the PlayStation Plus Subscribers want to see what games are available for free this month. Fortunately, there is variety of choices for the PS4, PS3, and PlayStation Vita. Here are the PlayStation Plus free games available for those platforms for the month of March 2015.
The following list of games comes from the Sony PlayStation blog itself, and it seems a little different than most lists. Most of the time, there is a selection available for the PS4, PS3 and Vita, but this month, it is two for the PS4, two for PS3, and two for PlayStation Vita.
The first game that is available for the PS4 is Broforce, which is one that won the Vote to Play contest, with the other two games being Action Henk and Assault Android Cactus. By the way, the two runner-ups will be available for PlayStation Plus members to purchase for a 30 percent discount from March 8th to March 21st. So what do you think Broforce would be about? Well, it is about some bros who are some soldiers that go destroying anything that is getting in their way. Yeah, it is a run and gun game, and it is multiplayer.
The other game available for the PS4 is GALAK-Z, and it is one of those space games that looks like it is from the eighties, but much better. Steam describes it as a "modern A.I. and physics-driven open-world action game, viewed through the lens of the classic 16-bit space shooter". In addition to that, the game also has a definite anime influence as the big-eyed fighter pilots can change into mech-mode as well as starship mode.
For the PS Vita is Flame Over, which is a game done from a top-down perspective with the main player as a fireman who is going through randomly generated levels and putting out fires. Of course, there are a lot of obstacles in the way, and some of them are quite puzzling.
Another game for the PS Vita is Reality Fighters. This is a fighting game with a twist as the player can take a photo of himself or herself, and then put themselves in the game itself with over 8 trillion unique fighter combinations.
As for the PS3, one of the games available is Super Stardust HD. This is a game where the player is a space fighter that can fire at all angles, shooting at all kinds of asteroids and various spacecraft.
The next game for the PS3 is The Last Guy. It is also played from a top-down perspective, and, unlike other video games, it is not about fighting giant monsters. In fact, the player has to guide civilians so they can escape from monster-infested cities.