PlayStation Plus Game Catalog for April: Dave the Diver, Tales of Kenzera: Zau, The Crew 2 and more

Animal Well launches day 1 into PlayStation Plus Game Catalog on May 9.

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shinoff218346d ago

At first I was like eh, then I clicked and seen there's more .

Miasma chronicles is my highlight. I loved mutant year zero to death and this is made by the same studio. Couple other good ones in there to

Eonjay46d ago

Pretty light month as far as content I would probably play. But it doesn't matter anyway because I can't even clear my purchased games backlog.

InUrFoxHole45d ago

Thats everyone, lol. I wonder what the back log average is per gamer?

ravens5245d ago

Hah. I can't even imagine. Cause I know I'm not the worst, but mine is pretty decent. That's just games I bought.

Eonjay45d ago

Probably like 35 games average lol.

InUrFoxHole45d ago

Lol 35? Damn that's crazy 🤪. I'm guilty of buying day 1 and never playing. I've slowed down lately. If games go to $100. Forget it

TallDarknWavy45d ago

I haven't paid full price for a game in I don't even know how long , probably since the days of the PS3 at the latest. By the time I get around to playing something it's already been on sale multiple times and it's super cheap, paying full price is for suckers looking at the prices of new games being $90 Canadian

RNTody45d ago (Edited 45d ago )

My current backlog

Slay the Princess (playing)
Final Fantasy VII (playing)
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
Final Fantasy X and X2
Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart
Outer Worlds
Dead Space Remake
Batman Telltale: Enemy Within
Red Dead Redemption 2

Not exactly 35, but may take me 35 years to finish all of them lol.

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Black-Helghast45d ago

Only ones im interested is Miasma Chronicles and the premium games. the rest are wtf?

Traecy45d ago

The only game out of that bunch I'm going to try is Zau.

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Tales of Kenzera: ZAU (XS) Review | VGChartz

VGChartz's Lee Mehr: "Reminiscent of The Last Case of Benedict Fox, Tales of Kenzera: ZAU feels like 2024's definitive example of mismanaging Metroidvania 101 tenets. And it's a shame to be that harsh when its inspiration feels like a wonderful antidote to the soulless company (EA) backing it and the commercialized entity (TGA) which first advertised it. Through an impassioned sense of grief, Abubakar Salim wanted to craft a story that authentically tries to wrestle with those same feelings. That's a great achievement of the medium as a potential creative outlet. Unfortunately, though, it's saddled to a haphazardly-designed game that falls short of sustaining that enthusiasm and squaring up against its contemporaries."

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Examining Tales of Kenzera: ZAU's soundscape of grief with composer Nainita Desai

Antony writes: "We talk with composer Nainita Desai on how she poured grief and acceptance into Tales of Kenzera: ZAU's stirring soundtrack."

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Animal Well Review - Ain't This Just The Cat's Pajamas | GameLuster

Nirav from GL: "Animal Well has shattered my understanding of game design in the best ways."

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ebotj3d ago

I'm Loving it! The physical edition goes on sale tomorrow from LRG. I know a lot of people dislike them, but I want a physical copy of this game so I'm gonna double dip and buy it again!

Friendlygamer3d ago

The dunkey fans spamming his memes made me deeply resent this game