Sony has just released their next set of free-to-play titles for PlayStation Plus members, available now for download.
On the PlayStation 4, there’s Game of Thrones, the episodic graphic adventure by Telltale Games, based on both George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series and its TV adaptation Game of Thrones, which tells the story of the Forrester family in the North. And Until Dawn, an interactive horror drama, developed by Supermassive Games, about a group of teenagers seeking survival through the night in the mountains against a psychopath.
For the PlayStation 3, there’s Tokyo Jungle, a post-apocalyptic survival in which players take on the role of an animal in an abandoned Tokyo. And Darkstalkers Resurrection, a 2D fighting game by Iron Galaxy Studios and published by Capcom, complete with online multiplayer and replay sharing.
And on the PlayStation Vita, there’s Don’t Die, Mr. Robot!, the indie game by Infinite State Games where players control a happy square-face and dodge everything that’s thrown at you. And Element41, an experimental platformer in which players control four elements with the sun and nature as the enemy. Don’t Die, Mr. Robot! is also a cross-plat with the PS4, while Element41 is a cross-plat with the PS3.
Among the six titles, only Game of Thrones and Until Dawn have Platinum trophies to unlock. Both of them are quite easy – particularly Game of Thrones, which doesn’t even require a guide – and can be completed in roughly 12 hours. Also, Tokyo Jungle is quite doable for achieving 100%, and needs about 20 hours of gameplay.