Review for PS Plus’ April Offerings

Playstation Plus Games for April 2016 (Asia)

PS Plus and the Free Game Instant Collection is back for the month of April and will be available on the 7th of April. Here are the games in this month’s PS Plus’ offer.

1) Zombi (PS4)

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Zombi is a first-person survival horror game set in London, in which the player assumes the role of a random survivor in a zombie apocalypse. The player collects various items and weapons used to fight and kill zombies that are located or looted from different areas. If the player’s character is killed by a zombie (which can occur with a single bite), the character will permanently die and the player will then take the role of another random survivor. The previous character will become a zombie, whom the player must kill in order to reclaim his original inventory. Zombi is not your standard zombie game.

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2) Dead Star (PS4)

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Dead Star is an amazing shooter with a huge system of leveling and customization. , Dead Star is a really fun time when you got an efficient and cooperative team where your goal is to Destroy enemies, mine ore and upgrade your base, and use that precious experience to augment your ships. With 9 different ships to pick from and all of them are balanced and finely tuned. The visuals and graphics are pretty awesome, especially when all the firepower and explosions come into play.

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3) Reality Fighters (PSVITA)

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The gameplay of Reality Fighters takes the classic fighting game mechanics, bringing them to a wider, more mainstream focus.

To begin with, the player takes a photo of the face using the front or rear camera. Using face detection technology, the game can then recreate a character with the player’s likeness. The game lets players choose gender and body shape, and wear over 400 pieces of clothing. The game also allows players to choose among 15 fight styles, and over 50 weapons. Fight styles, weapons and clothes choice affect gameplay, by unlocking new combos or modifying the damage or armor of specific body parts. For example, a helmet will better protect the head, and a pair of boots will boost kicking ability.

Reality Fighters offers dual control. On one side, the game can be played via buttons alone, with a classic control method. On the other, the game can be played via the front and rear touch, which allow the player to perform all combos in a more accessible way. There are six different game modes, namely Story Mode, Survivor, Quick Fight, Time Attack, Online versus, and Boss mode. The game also supports social features of PSVita like online leaderboards, friend lists, or NEAR. Finally, players can pose and take photos of their characters

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4) I Am Alive (PS3)

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I Am Alive is a survival video game developed and published by Ubisoft. The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting and focuses on facing the permanent insecurity of a dystopian, decaying and hazardous world, and humanity’s darkest inclinations towards brutality and materialism.

The player controls the main character from a third person perspective during navigation, the camera switches to first-person when aiming and shooting. During encounters with hostile survivors, the player can use various tactics to stay alive, including sneaking to surprise enemies with a machete quick kill, performing stealth kills with a bow, or using bluff and intimidation.

Every effort has a cost and, when engaging in physically demanding activities, such as climbing or jumping, it is critical to manage the main character’s stamina for him to survive. By managing stamina skillfully players are rewarded by accessing hidden paths, resources and other survivors.

Gameplay also involves collecting hidden resources and supplies scattered throughout the city: water, food, batteries, gas, medicine, cigarettes, tools, climbing gear, weapons, and ammunition. Anything that the player can salvage from the destroyed city can be used to keep the main characters strong and healthy, or prove helpful in his quest by allowing him to rescue survivors. Retries can be collected throughout the game by helping or rescuing people, with optional side quests to complete.

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5) Flame Over (PSVITA)


Flame Over is a fire-fighting action roguelike game developed by Laughing Jackal and released on PlayStation Vita , featuring randomly generated levels, twin stick controls, fast-paced gameplay, permadeath and dynamic fire that burns, spreads and threatens the player (and other NPCs) in some cool ways.

The objective here in Flame Over is simple. Just guide the heroic fire fighter, Blaze Carruthers, up through the floors of the Infernal Industries building in London, extinguishing all fires and rescuing all the stranded workers and – naturally – their pet cats as you go.

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6) Savage Moon (PS3)

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Savage Moon is a PlayStation 3 and PSP tower defense strategy game which sees the player protecting a remote, off-world mining facility from constant attack by Insectocytes, a type of carnivorous creature inhabiting the planets. The mission is to strategically place an array of upgradeable, defensive weapons in the way of the bugs. There is a range of towers, from rapid-fire machine guns to support towers such as the chaos tower.


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A wide arsenal of free games for PSN Plus players with Zombi, I am Alive and Dead Star as the standout.Who knows what’s coming next! We Know PlayStation is the best Console out there so Play on Playstation Nation!



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