Another month, another six games are added to PlayStation Plus. I feel like I don’t need more of an intro than that. Check out the Playstation Plus March 2017 games below!
As usual, each of Sony’s three currently active PlayStation consoles are getting two games each. For the PlayStation 4 that means you’re getting Disc Jam and Tearaway Unfolded. Disc Jam is a new release, hitting the PlayStation 4 for the first time. In this 1v1 or 2v2 competitive sports multiplayer game you’ll be tossing discs at the enemy team, trying to score in the goal behind them. The other free game is Tearaway Unfolded, a charming 3D platformer where you’ll alter the papercraft world around you to save it from evil. You can read our overwhelmingly positive review for Tearaway Unfolded here.
The PlayStation 3’s games this month are Under Night: In-Birth Exe:Late and Earth Defense Force 2025. Under Night is an anime fighting game (if you couldn’t tell by the strange name) where you’ll use various wacky characters to beat up other wacky characters. Usual anime fighting game stuff. Earth Defense Force 2025 is a co-op third person shooter where the world is invaded by giant ants from outer space and you need to stop it with hilariously destructive weapons and robot suits. You can read our review of it here.
Finally we have the PlayStation Vita, which is getting Severed and Lumo. Severed is a first person RPG where you must use the Vita’s touch screen to slash limbs off of enemies and block attacks. We have an extremely positive review of the game here. Lumo is an isometric platformer that has you solving over 400 rooms of challenges. We also have an extremely positive review as well. Thanks to crossbuy, PlayStation 4 owners can also grab Lumo.
As usual the PlayStation Plus games will become available on the first Tuesday of the month, which would be March 7th. This means it’s your last chance to grab the current line-up of games. This would be LittleBigPlanet 3 and Not a Hero for the PlayStation 4, Starwhal and Anna: Extended Edition for the PlayStation 3, and Ninja Senki DX and TorqueL for the PlayStation Vita.
How do you feel about this month’s games? Excited for one of the 3 games we gave a 9+ review to? Trying to figure out how to pronounce Exe:Late? Still holding out for Knack for unfathomable reasons? Let us know in the comments!