disappearance of PS3 and Vita games in the medium term

disappearance of PS3 and Vita games in the medium term

        

        
        But two excellent PS4 games offered this month

        
                
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        01/03/18 at 12:26
    

        
        

                            
                    Paid service to access online gaming and titles at no additional cost, the PS + will soon focus solely on PlayStation 4. A decision makes sense.
                
            
                            
    
        
    
    

PlayStation Plus is the service that provides access to the online features of the PlayStation 4, but also to acquire games for Sony consoles at no additional cost. Billed € 59.99 per year, the PS + "offers" monthly unlimited access to a selection of PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games. The opportunity, often, to discover some indie nuggets or catch up with older titles "AAA". Sony has just announced that from March 8, 2019 (in a year, so), the PlayStation Plus will offer more than PlayStation 4 games at no extra cost. A logical decision, the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita have had their day, the players claiming essentially a quality selection on PS4.

Bloodborne (left), Ratchet & Clank (right): two rooms, two atmospheres …

And that's good because, this month, the PS + hits hard enough, offering Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank, two radically different titles, but excellent in their genre. The first is a role-play / action in a Gothic and nightmarish universe, developed by the studio behind Dark Souls (beware of the difficulty!). The second is a very good platform game, colorful and very beautiful.
Note also the presence of Mighty No. 9 (PS3 and PS4), Legend of Kay Anniversary (PS3), Claire: Extended Cut (PS Vita and PS4) and Bombing Busters (PS Vita and PS4). All these titles will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers from March 6th.
            
                    

        
        

        

        

    
    
                            
                
            Jean-Kléber Lauret

                            IT journalist. As a fan of retro-gaming as machines with maddening performance, he navigates constantly between decades, while keeping a critical eye on the future.
            
            
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