It’s actually interesting, I was almost sure the Essential tier would take a nosedive quality wise but the last ywo months have arguably been the best ones in a long while. I hope they keep it up, and improve on the Premium tier content because that’s the only thing lacking.Even after releasing their extra and premium subs, Sony just keeps releasing great games on essential.
Best deal in gaming.
Good games, but the only one I haven't played is Yakuza (any of them). Can you play this one without having played the ones that came before?
Yeah, there may be some references that you won't get because it chronologically takes place after the first seven numbered games, but it's a new story with a new protagonist, should be a good starting point.
I do highly recommend going back and playing some of the brawler games at some point though, at least Yakuza 0 it's just so damn good.
This is a really great month, PS+ is killing it with this and Stray last month
What's your issue with these games you mention? My issue with scary games is jump scares, little nightmares doesn't have them.How "scary" is little nightmares?
Horror games are not my genre at all. I'll never play silent hill or amnesia, but I'll tolerate last of us.
PS Plus is killing it. Despite no day one first party releases, the service still gives great value for consumers.
Surely, this means Extra, right?
If so, hopefully Sony doesn't pull an Xbox and take them down just so they can announce them as new when they put them back up again.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon | August | PlayStation Plus Essential / Extra / PremiumThe acclaimed Yakuza series, incorporating the Kazuma Kiryu saga and latest entry Yakuza: Like A Dragon are coming to PlayStation Plus in 2022. Anyone who’s been intrigued by Sega’s long-running series will be able to experience its signature mix of crunchy combat, explorable districts, mini-games and fascinating storylines starting next month.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon joins the PlayStation Plus Monthly Games lineup in August. PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members can begin Kazuma Kiryu’s epic journey through the criminal underworld with Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami and Yakuza Kiwami 2 when the titles launch as part of the August Game Catalog lineup.
Then later this year, for Extra and Premium members, Kiryu’s story concludes with Yakuza 3 Remastered, Yakuza 4 Remastered, Yakuza 5 Remastered and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life.
Well they already have Yakuza on there, and they bought Activision so THPS is coming. Little Nightmares is not a huge game.Sony doing a great job with these this year. MS needs to up their game. I still think this matters at the end of the day, good for general brand PR. Games with Gold has been forgettable lately.