Hand-drawn battles and colourful co-op in April’s PlayStation Plus

Brodie Fogg 30 March 2017 NEWS


Drawn to Death and Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime lead this month's free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

Another month, another batch of free goodies for subscribers to PlayStation Plus. Last month's stellar combination of Disc Jam on PS4 and Severed on PS VITA was enough to get us through the month of March (even with Horizon: Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild taking up most our days) and April looks to be keeping up the quality.

This month, PlayStation 4 owners will have access to David Jaffe's (God of War, Twisted Metal) Drawn to Death, an arena shooter with a distinct sketchpad style. Drawn to Death is actually debuting on PlayStation Plus, like Disc Jam the month before and Rocket League long before that.

Also on PlayStation 4 is Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, which was actually part of February's Games with Gold. If you and your friends are on the brink of killing each other after a few months of Overcooked, Lovers should help soothe the tension. Four players each play a role in piloting a small spaceship through the hazards of space and time. It's not totally stress-free but it's so beautiful you'll be too distracted by the vivid explosions to argue about who let the team down.

Title Platform
Drawn to Death PlayStation 4
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime PlayStation 4
Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom PS3
Alien Rage PS3
10 Second Ninja PS Vita
Curses 'n Chaos PS Vita

PlayStation 3 owners fair pretty poorly this month with the no-frills Pokémon Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom and the first-person shooter Alien Rage.

PS VITA owners can download the pint-sized 10 Second Ninja and retro-inspired Curses 'n Chaos.

On the other side of the pond, Xbox owners can download Ryse: Son of Rome and The Walking Dead: Season 2 with an Xbox Live subscription.

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