March 29, 2018

PlayStation Plus games for April

PlayStation has announced the games included in the April PlayStation Plus offerings, again 2 titles for each of the current PlayStation platforms, check them out.

Here is the complete list, including those for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, with all the titles redeemable from April 3

Mad Max 
Play as Mad Max, a reluctant hero and survivor who wants nothing more than to leave the madness behind and find solace.

Trackmania Turbo
Trackmania offers you the ultimate arcade racing universe where everything is about reaching the perfect racing time. Test your skills in over 200 tracks, experience immediate fun by challenging your friends at home (offline splitscreen) or online.

In Space We Brawl
In Space We Brawl is a frantic couch twin-stick shooter. Get ready for the excitement of pure local multiplayer matches for up to 4 players, including teams. Choose from more than 150 combinations of weapons and ships and conquer maps full of obstacles such as asteroids and black holes!

Toy Home
The goal of the game is to simply collect coins, discover hidden medals, and pass every checkpoint, earning 10 seconds each checkpoint, before times runs out. The player also win points by jumping, smashing and flipping in the room. There are 8 racetracks in the game, all of them are taking place in one of the rooms of the house and are filled with obstacles. After the singleplayer, there's a multiplayer mode, where up to 8 players can battle online, and leaderboards, where players can see their high scores.

"99Vidas" is a "beat 'em up" set in a contemporary world that pays tribute to both the new and the classic in gaming industry. Brought to you in all pixelated, 16 bit-esque glory, chockfull of references to not only gaming, but all 80's and 90's pop culture.

Q*Bert Rebooted (This one is playable on all 3 platforms)
One of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful arcade games of the 1980s is back in its Classic pixel perfect 2D form, and a re-imagined Reboot version with state of the art 3D game-play and graphics that remain faithful to the original concept.

In case you missed it, last month it was announced that in March of next year, 2019, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games would no longer be offered, you can read all about that here.

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