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.
I used to play Nintendo baseball with my dad, and before I haf a NES we would play his old Pong unit. It was fun, and either he never seemed to mind that I was better than him, or was always letting me win.