Posted on May 3, 2017
It’s May, and it’s raining (almost) free games
On the PC front we have Humble ushering in a new month with Dirt Rally – the not so casual but quite excellent racing game – and INSIDE – another masterpiece from the creators of Limbo – among many others, for their regular monthly fee subscription.
Not only that, but they have a Very Positive line-up coming your way with the usual pay-what-you-want for They Bleed Pixels, The Deadly Tower of Monsters and Super Mega Baseball, a little extra for Crashlands, UnderRail and Hacknet, and about 9 to 10 bucks for Stephen's Sausage Roll and Curious Expedition.
Microsoft is offering some almost-oldskool Star Wars with The Force Unleashed II and Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga, right along Giana Sisters Twisted Dreams Director's Cut and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.
Phew, quite a mouthful there.
Nintendo doesn’t do “free“.
Sony mixes it up with some awesome stuff like Tales from the Borderlands, Type:Rider and Laser Disco Defenders, and not so awesome stuff like Port Royale 3 and Blood Knights.
The Americas get ABZÛ as well, while us European plebs will have to make do with Alienation.
Normally, I wouldn’t even be mad.
Abnormally, I’m mad because I just bought Alienation in a PSN sale.
Seeing as the same thing happened last year with the equally excellent Helldivers, I don’t think I can trust Sony’s “sales” anymore.
Doesn’t change the fact that Dead Nation‘s follow-up is a DAMN fine co-op game.