January PS Plus Games Announced

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

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PS Plus January Featured

I know, we still have a couple days til it’s officially 2016, but PSN has decided to celebrate early by announcing the January lineup of PS Plus games. Unfortunately, this January wasn’t as exciting as the last January lineup, but it still has some keepers. I mostly complain since the Vita, being the only Sony peripheral I own, is getting the lesser games available. And by that I mean I own one of them already, one I wouldn’t touch with a 10 foot pole and the other I’m undecided about. However, those of you with PS4 and PS3s have a lot to be excited for. Okay, that’s enough blabbing, here are the games, which will be available January 5th. Enjoy the freebies, and let’s hope we get better stuff in February!

PS4 Plus games
Grim Fandango Remastered
Hardware: Rivals

PS3 Plus games
Dragon Age Origins
Medal of Honor Warfighter

Vita Plus games
Grim Fandango Remastered
Legends of War Patton


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Josh Speer is addicted to two things in equal measure : Books and Videogames. He has a degree from the University of Washington in English with an emphasis on writing. He joined Operation Rainfall last year while following it on Facebook. His two giant life goals are to write his own series of fantasy / science fiction novels and to get into the creative side of the video game industry. He is beyond pleased to now have his proverbial foot in the door thanks to the opportunity provided by Oprainfall!

  • Mr0303

    Hardware Rivals is a fun Twisted Metal like experience.

    I’m not downloading Tim Schafer’s crap even if it’s free.