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Sony is coming with a big lineup of games for its PlayStation Plus subscribers next month.
If you’re a member of Sony’s premium PlayStation Plus service in June and own a PlayStation 4, you’ll get access to an amazing basketball game and one of the most beloved independent games of the last few years. Like always, all three PlayStation platforms — PS4, PS3, and PS Vita — are getting two games each as part of PS Plus’s “instant library” feature. Here’s the fulle lineup:
- NBA 2K16 (PS4)
- Gone Home: Console Edition (PS4)
- Echochrome (PS3)
- Siren: Blood Curse – Episodes 1-12 (PS3)
- God of War: Chains of Olympus (PS Vita)
- Little Deviants (PS Vita)
Let’s look a bit closer at each game.
NBA 2K16 is the latest basketball sim from publisher 2K Games. This comes just in time for the end of the NBA season as the Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Finals. This will enable you to play along with that action. Also, you should check out our guide to creating a monstrous player in NBA 2K16.
Gone Home: Console Edition is an adventure game from developer The Fullbright Company that tells a story through exploration. It has players moving around a house in an effort to discover more about the people who inhabited it.
Echochrome is a puzzle game that uses non-Euclidean geometry that requires your brain to work in unnatural ways. Your goal is to get your character to the end of each level by matching up a 3D object in a way that it is traversable in 2D space.
Siren: Blood Curse is a survival-horror adventure that has players dealing with murder and mystery in a Japanese mountain village.
God of War: Chains of Oympus is one of the handful of portable action games featuring Kratos and his beat-’em-up action. It tells the ongoing story of his struggle with the gods.
Little Deviants is a minigame collection where players are tasked with rebuilding a spaceship to help the titular characters return to their home planet.
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