Sony confirms full PlayStation Plus lineup for November 2018
Sony has announced the next round of bonus games for PS4 owners as part of their lineup of PlayStation Plus games promotion. The full lineup of November’s PlayStation Plus games is pretty good, and has some nice pickups in there. Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm head up the offerings this time around and add some definite niche appeal.
There’s more to unlock as well, so let’s dig in.
The full list of games includes:
- Yakuza Kiwami (PS4)
- Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (PS4)
- Jackbox Party Pack 2 (PS3)
- Arkedo Series (PS3)
- Burly Men At Sea (PS Vita + PS4)
- Roundabout (PS Vita + PS4)
Sega’s Yakuza Kiwami, a full-fledged remake of PlayStation 2’s smash-hit. It includes all of the story bits, mini-games and other weird stuff that the Yakuza franchise became known for, all rendered beautifully with the Yakuza 0 engine. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is a remaster of the original Bulletstorm game from 2011 that just came out last year. So if you haven’t played that game yet, now is the perfect time.
For a bit more variance there’s Jackbox Party Pack 2, the 2015 iteration of the mini-game franchise. It includes the exceedingly popular Quiplash, as well as many other party games for some decent multiplayer fun.
Arkedo Series is a collection of 3 vintage-style games that run the gamut of genres, from a platformer, to a match-4 game, and finally an adventure game. They’re very casual games in all.
PlayStation Vita fans can snap up Burly Men At Sea and Roundabout, complete with PS4 cross-buy. Roundabout is a comedy game that turns a constantly-crashing limousine into a rolling comedy routine with FMV cutscenes and live actors. It’s an adorably campy romp. Burly Men At Sea is a miniature adventure game that sees three burly fisherman that features branching gameplay.
November’s free bonuses hit next week, so you’ve still got some time to pickup the goodies from October. That previous bundle includes Friday the 13th: The Game, Laser League, Master Reboot, The Bridge, Rocketbirds 2: Evolution, and 2064 Read Only Memories.
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