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PlayStation Plus Games For February Announced!

Well look at that guys, I'm on time this month, yay! So, let's take a quick look at what we're getting for February...

The games available this month are;

- BioShock: The Collection

- The Sims 4

- Firewall Zero Hour (VR)

So let's work our way down from the top... the Bioshock trilogy is apparently brilliant, I know people will be excited for this. I've personally never finished any of the games, only got about 2-3 hours into the first, not touched the second, and put about 5-6 hours into Infinite, but maybe with the revamped graphics etc. I may actually give them a proper try this time around. Next we have The Sims 4 which I'm a fan of, well, not 4 since I've not played it yet, but I've put plenty of hours into The Sims 3 in the past, and I had the first one that released on PS2 way back in the day so I know it'll work fine with a controller too. Good stuff. Finally, a third game this month (?!), Firewall Zero Hour, which I've heard is actually a very fun VR game... shame I don't have PSVR to give it a try, but for those of you who have a headset and were on the fence about the game, here you go!

This month is actually a really good month in my opinion, especially coming after the last few we've had which have been pretty meh for the most part.

What do you guys think? Is this a good month, bad month or just... meh?

Link to the PlayStation Blog and video here:
https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2020/01/29/februarys-free-ps-plus-games-bioshock-the-collection-the-sims-4-and-firewall-zero-hour/



Bristow9091 said:
Y'know what, I decided to play Tales of Zestiria despite hearing mixed to bad things about it, and at around 14 or so hours in... I'm actually enjoying it somewhat. Not even close to Xillia (The only other Tales game I've played for this long, and also completed), but yeah... lol.

Also my girlfriend finally started the Kingdom Hearts games this year, finished the first one, got annoyed with Chain of Memories so watched a ten minute recap video, and we've just watched the cutscenes for 358/2 Days (From the collection)... now I want to jump into Kingdom Hearts III, but can't do that until I finish Tales of Zestiria so now I feel like I need to rush through it. To quote Geralt in the Witcher Netflix series; "Fuck!"

It is a fine game and after games likes Vesperia it feels a bit meh, mind you I enjoyed playing the game and platinumed it tho.  Berseria is better in my opinion and is recommended.






Bristow9091 said:

What do you guys think? Is this a good month, bad month or just... meh?

Link to the PlayStation Blog and video here:
https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2020/01/29/februarys-free-ps-plus-games-bioshock-the-collection-the-sims-4-and-firewall-zero-hour/

Not bad but circling around meh.  Sims is a franchise that people know very well and the ones who love the franchises already got it and bioshock was great but my last playtrough was kind of meh, it is a bit outdated.

With so many subscribers they should up their game, a older retail game + maybe a new indie game that releases soon because people seem to be less interested in them while their are so many hidden gems.  I am playing indivisible right now and it think it is a game that hardly anyone knows but plenty of people would enjoy. 






Sony's financials is today right? Kind of less exciting when we already got the sell-through figure. But I'm hoping they say something about God of War or Spiderman sales.

Edit: Just read it's tuesday? Bit of a longer wait then...



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The 1.15 Billion PS4 software sold as of December 31st 2019 has been increased to 1.18 Billion, 31 million more games sold than previously thought.



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2020: PS4 - 9m, Switch - 22.5m, XBO - 2.5m, PS5 - 4.5m, XBX - 2.8m

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Darashiva said:
Almost finished with Middle-Earth: Shadow of War. Shame it starts to become increasingly grindy the further it goes, because I really do enjoy the gameplay and the nemesis system. The story is kinda silly, but once you just take it as basically a fanfiction rather than anything actually connected to the books it's fun enough. Not sure what game I should start once I'm finished with it. Got quite a lot of games waiting to be played at the moment.

I love that game.

Some Granblue Fantasy Versus, it will be out March 2020 on the West. There is a solo mode as an A-RPG.

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Replicant said:

PS4 version of The Wonderful 101 is now funded (link).

If you haven't yet played this game, you're in for a cool little treat.

I always wanted to play it, and could have if I actually got around to buying it on Wii U, but I'm happy to wait for the PS4 release to give it a try now :P