PlayStation Plus May Preview

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

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PSN - PlayStation Plus Logo | oprainfall

May brings another great update to the PlayStation Plus instant game collection. Stick it to the Man! on PS4, Puppeteer, PES 2014 and Skullgirls Encore on PlayStation 3, and Limbo and Surge Deluxe on PS Vita will all be added in the month of May. Let’s take a closer look at a few of these titles:

Stick it to the Man! - PlayStation Plus | oprainfall

Stick it to the Man (PS4) : Ray, the hard hat tester, has a strange accident giving him one spaghetti arm sticking out of his brain. This gives him mind reading powers. Ray can now change his world with stickers, thus changing  his paper world. Help Ray solve many puzzles while he is on the run from The Man.

Puppeteer - PlayStation Plus | oprainfall

Puppeteer (PS3):  Kutaro, a young boy, is kidnapped and taken to a mysterious castle. He is then transformed into a puppet, which sucks for him but allows us to have some good platforming fun. Kutaro not only gets turned into a puppet, he also gets his head torn off. Join him on his journey as he searches for his head with his feline friend Yin Yang.

Skullgirls - PlayStation Plus | oprainfall

Skullgirls Encore: (PS3): This update to original release of the fast paced Skullgirls includes new systems, new stages and music, balance adjustments, gameplay tweaks and more. I have personally been wanting to try this one out for a while, and now is perfect time to do so.

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