Sony, please! No more! I haven’t even had a chance to sit and enjoy last months free games: DmC and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. I haven’t even had a chance to jump into Binary Domain, a game I picked up for free in November!
I’m starting to wonder if all this free content is worth it. Feels more like a backlog burden than a sweet deal these days, and February isn’t going to change with a few games I’ve been meaning to jump into.
The PlayStation 4 will see a free release of Outlast, last’s year indie horror game sensation. I haven’t had a chance to sit down with it yet, but then again, I don’t have a PlayStation 4 or a PC capable of playing it to the fullest capability. Still, I’ll probably pick it up, just because it’s free.
The PlayStation 3 is where the problems start to really raise their heads. I’ve wanted to play Metro: Last Light for quite some time mostly to see how to make a AAA quality game on a sliver of a budget. As one of the better reviewed games of last year, how could one say no?
Remember Me was a game that I was hyped for, and quickly forgot about. I suppose the title didn’t get the job done, but the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection did because I just remembered. I might try it, I might not. So much stuff!
PayDay 2 is the hot four player co-op franchise these days, but seeing as I don’t usually play online, this one might be beyond my scope.
The PS Vita will see releases for Street Fighter X Tekken and ModNation Racers: Road Trip, two games I’m not that interested in. Maybe I won’t download them just to ease the pressure.
Sony, I sit before you a broken man. You have spoiled me to death, and now I understand the foul ways of my greed. Maybe, just for one month, can you release a bunch of games that just plain suck? Oh wait, you already did that in December, and it didn’t help at all! What are we going to do!?