Sony (NYSE: SNE) has just announced the free games lineup for the PS Plus March lineup, which includes a nice array of digital goodies whose varying tastes ensures there’s something for everyone.
To make up for the late reveal, Sony has included a nice listing of indies to tide us over for March’s big PS4 releases like From Software’s spiritual Dark Souls successor Bloodborne and Square Enix’s new re-mastered Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (which comes with the long-awaited FF15 Episode Duscae demo).
Below you can find a complete listing for March’s PlayStation Plus lineup, which is mostly comprised of cross-buy indies:
Oddworld New N’ Tasty (PS4)
“It’s the return of a PlayStation classic! Join Abe in this rebooted platformer that has enhanced visuals, sound, and controls. Help him free his people from a dastardly meat processing facility, and see why gamers fell in love with good ol’ Abe in the first place!”
“The story of intersecting lives that suffer under the impossible duress of the first World War. Inspired by actual WWI tokens from the friends and family of the development team, this game may be colorful, but tells a dark and devastating story. Bring a box of tissues!”
Olli Olli 2: Welcome to Olliwood (PS4/PS Vita)
“Grind, kick, jump, and trick your way to a high score in the “skate-em-up” sequel to OlliOlli. Players can push their skills to the limit with a refined combo system, new modes, and more. Don’t fall!”
CounterSpy (PS4/PS3/PS Vita)
“Inspired by the Cold War, this stylish adventure tasks you with keeping the world’s superpowers in balance, all while blending covert operations and high-intensity gunplay into a colorful pastiche of gaming subterfuge.”
“You are the legendary detective. Use your powers of wit and deduction to piece together several grisly cases and pass judgement on the accused. Will you live up to the legacy embodied in the name “Holmes?””
Papo and Yo (PS3)
“Papo & Yo is the story of a young boy, Quico, and his best friend, Monster. Monster is a huge beast with razor-sharp teeth, but that doesn’t scare Quico away from playing with him. Build your friendship with Monster by solving puzzles together and adventuring through a magical, surrealist world.”
Sony has once again proven that good things come to those who wait, and this batch of half-a-dozen games will help bolster game libraries of PlayStation games everywhere.