Just days before they drop, Sony have released the list of October 2016’s PlayStation Plus games. Yay, nay or meh? Gamespulp quickly reviews and rates what’s on offer before we can download ‘em on 4th October.
Transformers Devesation will be on My PS+ List.
Resident Evil HD Remaster on my list, but might not have time to play it as I'm currently enjoying Pro Evo 17, WWE 2k17 releasing on the 10th and Battlefield 1 later in the month.
I've downloaded every ps+ game since I joined. lOl
I don't see why you wouldn't. Just add them to your library. You might want to play them one day.
People who don't at least put them in their library are wasting the value of the membership, you don't have to download them, just add them to the cart through browser.. It takes a couple minutes and you build this huge library to enjoy at some point or for your family and friends.
Exactly, I download them all and try them out. You never know what you may like. I remember when the PS3 came out I was lost in the game world because all of PS2 I played 3 types of games. Racing, Sports and Socom lOl that's it and 70% of my gaming went to Socom, for a whole freaking generation. When the PS3 came out there was no launch Socom game so I started to explore. Rag Doll Kung Fu changed my whole perspective, i've lost countless hours playing that game haha. It's just sad that people are stuck in my old mindstate still. I play any and everything now.
Ragdoll kungfu was such a fun couch game, wish they'd do one for PS4.
shame iv already got resident evil (only need hard difficulty completed then il have 100% completion) and as for transformers, from what iv seen most of their games really suck 😐
Transformers Devesation is very good game. And Resident Evil is still must buy for people who love survival horror.
Im not saying RE isnt great coz it is, but for me personally its pointless to pick up...as for transformers; i checked out the review and it looks like a decent little run around ☺
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