Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition Included in March PS+


Although the game was leaked early, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition is confirmed to be the free PS4 game this month for Playstation Plus. Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition is a upgraded version of the original PS3 twin-stick-shooter. Expect shinier graphics, previous DLC packed in, and a new Challenge mode that lets you race for the high score against your friends. Probably the most interesting new feature in Dead Nation: Apocalype Edition is the new Broadcast+ mode that makes streaming your game an interactive experience for your viewers who can vote for positive or negative things to happen in the game at certain points. Voters will also appear in-game as zombies under certain conditions. This is an amazing feature that I hope many other games include in the future. This gets me truly excited for next gen.

Tomb Raider 2013

As for the PS3 lineup, Tomb Raider, last years reboot hit will be free. This was definitely in my top 5 games of 2013 so give it a try if you haven’t played it yet! Thomas Was Alone is also free! This indie game let’s you control sentient colored shapes while a narrator tells you their story. Definitely give this charming game a try! Lastly for Playstation 3, Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut is a stylized survival horror indie game where you can truly choose how you want to survive.

unit 13

Time for some Vita love! First we have Unit 13, a great FPS for the vita. If you’re looking for a portable first person shooter experience, look no further! The last game this month is a PSP game for you to play on your Vita. It’s a little game called Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite. Team up with some friends and go hunt some monsters!

Well, that’s another great month for Playstation Plus! Are you guys excited for any of these games? Let me know in the comments!

Previous articleMonetizing Done Well: The Success of Flappy Bird
Next articleNBA 2K14 MyTeam Tournament Schedules & Chase Cards
Ashley has been using her friends for their gaming consoles/computers for as long as she can remember. She currently owns all the systems now that she can buy herself things. Ashley went to school for art and loves using her imagination. Games act as an extension of that. She grew up playing Lucasarts adventure games, Myst and her cousin’s NES. Her favorite genres are RPG, point & click adventure, and 3rd person action/adventure. Currently her backlog is somewhat overwhelming.