PlayStation Plus November games announced

Halloween has come and gone but for gamers, the gaming season never ends. Sony has announced their line-up for PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) for November. Here’s what members will be getting:

Yakuza Kiwami (PS4)

This is a complete remake of the PlayStation 2 original. Yakuza is a cult-hit series with a relatively open-world area delving into the world of Japanese crime. Recreating the atmospheric nightlife with a unique blend of drama, arcade-style fighting and mini-games, it’s an experience worth checking out.

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (PS4)

The first-person shooter game was originally released in 2011 and was developed by People Can Fly and Epic Games (that’s right, Fortnite’s creator!). Focusing on co-operative online play as well as a score attack mode, the game received positive reviews from critics but despite this was a commercial failure for both Epic and EA. Its remaster, and the one we’re getting on PS Plus was launched last year.

Jackbox Party Pack 2 (PS3)

Looking to play games with friends? Jackbox party video games contain five or so games that are designed to be played in with friends. It also works in conjunction with streaming services like Twitch.tv where audiences can participate too!

Arkedo Series (PS3)

Arkedo Series – Jump! is a retro game series that has taken inspiration from games like the 2D Super Mario Bros games. Players take control of “Jumpboy” and are tasked with removing all the bombs that are being dropped by a giant metal crab. The game was made by a team of two, Aurélien Régard and Dimitri Péan, and the entire game took 35 days to create.

Burly Men At Sea (PS Vita and PS4)

A mix of visual novel and point-and-click, the story captures the tale of three fishermen who venture on a seemingly ordinary adventure.

A folktale about a trio of large, bearded fishermen who step away from the ordinary to seek adventure. Burly Men at Sea is developed by husband-and-wife team Brain&Brain.

Roundabout (PS Vita and PS4)

This open-world indie-driving game involves a constantly-rotating limousine while players complete miscellaneous objectives like pickups and taxi quests to finding collectible items.

Over on Xbox? Check out the November free games with Gold here.

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