November’s PlayStation Plus lineup is Bound to disappoint

Brodie Fogg 2 November 2017 NEWS


I will not complain about free games. I will not...

After last month's absolutely stellar PlayStation Plus line-up that included the like of Metal Gear Solid V, Amnesia Collection and RIGS for PlayStation VR, we were bound to hit a bit of a lull. And lull we have with Bound and Worms Battlegrounds for PlayStation 4 leading the charge for November.

I'm not one to complain about PlayStation's free games (well, free with a monthly subscription), but some real stinkers have wormed their way into this line-up. Don't get me wrong, I dig Bound's whole song and dance. It's a game that was destined for the PlayStation Plus spotlight. Bound is also compatible with PSVR, a solid choice for those who forked out the cash for a headset. But this month's offering honestly pales in comparison to October's.

With that said, there are two titles each for PlayStation 3 and PS VITA if you're still hanging on to your old consoles.

Here's your full selection of PlayStation Plus games for November:

  • Worms Battlegrounds (PS4)
  • Bound (PS4 / PSVR)
  • Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PS VR)
  • That’s You! (PlayLink)
  • R-Type Dimensions (PS3)
  • Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic (PS3)
  • Dungeon Punks (PS Vita & PS4)
  • Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse (PS Vita)

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