PlayStation Plus members get a few fairly good free video games with their on-line service subscription this month.
May’s PS Plus provide consists of Instant Collection copies of Tales from the Borderlands and Abzu.
These are each fairly good video games. Abzu is a lot like Journey, and actually made by a number of the similar folks, however this stunning underwater journey continues to discover and evolve the style reasonably than simply cloning the system.
Meanwhile, Tales from the Borderlands is my favourite Telltale offering ever. If you want Borderlands there’s a whole lot of additional worth right here, as Telltale does a significantly better job of storytelling inside this universe than Gearbox has (by its personal admission, even), and in the event you don’t like Borderlands this new perspective could go a way in direction of altering your thoughts, because it offers a greater inroad to an under-leveraged setting.
Personally, I believe Abzu and Tales from the Borderlands collectively signify a reasonably good month; it’s only a pity I already personal them each. May would possibly simply be the perfect PS Plus lineup of the yr up to now, though January gave us Day of the Tentacle Remastered and This War of Mine: The Little Ones, and March had the excellent Teraway Unfolded.
Here’s May’s full PS Plus line up:
- Tales from the Borderlands, PS4
- Abzu, PS4
- Blood Knights, PS3
- Port Royale three: Pirates and Merchants, PS3
- Laser Disco Defenders, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
- Type:Rider, PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4)