PS+ for November - Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (VR, extended availability thru January) - Worms Battlegrounds - Bound - R-Type Dimensions, PS3 - Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic PS3 - Dungeon Punks, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4) - Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse (Episodes 1 & 2), PS Vita
Rag Doll was a lot of fun, when it came out eight years ago (and three years before that on PC) - but I think I got it because it was on PS+ that long ago. I didn't realize until checking that age that the people who did that went on to become the company responsible for Little Big Planet, but that makes a lot of sense. Still, maybe not a great deal for PS3 games that they're going that far into the vault.
Axiom Verge - PS4, PS Vita — Retail - "you play as Trace, a scientist who awakens in an alien world after a lab explosion."
Battle of the Bulge - PS4 — Digital (Out 11/22)- "a fast-paced, turn-based WW2 strategy game where precise movement and detailed planning make the difference between a vain attempt and a brave operation."
Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV - PS VR — Digital - "The acclaimed fishing feature of Final Fantasy XV has been revamped and revitalized for PS VR."
Planet of the Apes: Lost Frontier - PS4 — Digital - "When the fates of a tribe of apes and a band of human survivors intertwine, two worlds collide as their precarious existence hangs in the balance."
Rec Room - PS VR — Digital - "a vibrant and growing virtual community where you play with friends from all around the world!"
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition (a 2010 game that was re-released for PS4 in 2015) - Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends (a Super Smash Brothers knockoff) - Syberia Collection PS3 - Xblaze Lost: Memories, PS3 - Forma.8, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4) - Wanted Corp, PS Vita
The VR game Until Dawn: Rush of Blood remains available thru 01/02.
The annual Playstation Experience expo is next weekend. They've done deep discoutns and games released for free just for that weekend, so you may want to check in.
So, it's like the Sega Channel, right? I'm still not sold. If anything, if one considers how long it took for Netflix to launch in Canada, Gamestop and EB Games up here have nothing to worry about for the next two years.