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Broken Age and Super Meat Boy coming to PlayStation Plus in October.

Sony has announced October’s PlayStation Plus games – and it’s a mixed bag.

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Sony has announced October’s PlayStation Plus games – and it’s a mixed bag.

The highest profile title to join PlayStation Plus is Double Fine’s KickStarter-funded point-and-click adventure, Broken Age.

Broken Age is joined by Super Meat Boy, explorative puzzler Unmechanical Extended plus Kickbeat, Chariot and Kung Fu Rabbit.

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Entering PlayStation Plus from 6th October:

  • Broken Age (PS4/PS Vita)
  • Super Meat Boy (PS4/PS Vita)
  • Unmechanical Extended (PS4/PS3)
  • Kickbeat (PS Vita/PS3)
  • Kung Fu Rabbit (PS Vita/PS3)
  • Chariot (PS3)

So, a steady but not spectacular slate. Super Meat Boy is a truly great game but surely one most player’s have tried by now?

Rather surprisingly – considering its inclusive in Edge’s Top 100 Video games – Driveclub PS Plus edition is leaving the service. Also departing isGrow HomeXeodrifter and Super Time Force Ultra to name but a few.

Leaving PS Plus on 6th October:

  • Grow Home
  • Super Time Force Ultra
  • Twisted Metal
  • Teslagrad
  • Xeodrifter
  • La Mulana EX
  • Driveclub PS Plus Edition

Get ’em while you can.


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