The PlayStation Plus Free Game Lineup for August 2015 was pretty great. We received the likes of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, God of War Ascension, and Limbo. Much like last month, the PlayStation Plus Free Game Lineup for September 2015 also features a great set of games.
In early August 2015, PlayStation revealed a brand new feature for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The feature, which has been dubbed “Vote to Play” gives members of the PS Plus community the ability to vote for the game they would prefer to receive with the monthly PlayStation Plus Free Game Lineup. The PlayStation Plus community has spoken, the votes have been counted, and we can now reveal that Grow Home has captured the heart of the PlayStation Plus community.
Here are your games for September 2015:
Grow Home (PS4)
Grow Home is the story of BUD, a Botanical Utility Droid sent on a mission across the galaxy to seek out a new species of flora to help oxygenate his home world. He finds the perfect specimen in the Star Plant. You’ll help the plant grow as you climb to the top. Along the way you’ll travel through a series of floating islands, crafting your own playground in the sky.
Super Time Force Ultra (PS4 and PS Vita)
Next on PS4 comes time-travelling, bullet-spraying, rocket-launching, explosion-filled platformer Super Time Force Ultra. Half the fun of STFU comes from controlling a cast of powerful, kooky and sometimes downright bizarre characters. The talented team at developer Capybara Games has already revealed that Shuhei Yoshida himself is playable but Shu didn’t come alone! In fact, he brought a few very close friends exclusively to PS4 and PS Vita. Make sure you check out this crazy cross buy extravaganza!
Twisted Metal 3
The demented ringmaster known only as Calypso has returned to host another macabre circus of turbo-charged destruction and you are invited to compete! Join an infamous cast of characters including Sweet Tooth, Doll Face and The Preacher, and get behind the wheel of some of the most violent vehicles imaginable. Follow the dark and twisted stories of the tournament contestants in the cinematic single player game or take the madness online and compete in a variety of multiplayer modes.
Teslagrad (PS4 and PS3)
Next up, a 2D puzzle-platformer where electromagnetic powers are the key to discovering the secrets kept in the long abandoned Tesla Tower. You play as a young boy who finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy involving a despotic king who has ruled with an iron fist for years. Armed with ancient Teslamancer technology and your own ingenuity and creativity, your path lies through the decrepit Tesla Tower and beyond.
La-Mulana EX (PS Vita)
A combination of classic 2D platforming, Metroidvania-style adventuring and challenging action gameplay, La-Mulana EX takes you deep into ancient ruins on a quest to discover not just valuable treasure, but the secret to life itself! Fight monsters, uncover clues, collect weapons, spring traps and battle huge bosses. But watch out! No-one who’s entered the ruins before has come out alive… can you succeed where others have failed?
Xeodrifter (PS4 and PS Vita)
Finally this month, Xeodrifter, a classic action-adventure game where you control an astronaut whose spaceship is damaged by an asteroid, and must visit four nearby planets in order to repair it.
Leaving PS Plus:
1st September: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4)
1st September: Limbo (PS4)
1st September: God of War Ascension (PS3)
1st September: Flow (PS3, PS4, PS Vita)
1st September: Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones (PS3, PS4, PS Vita)
1st September: Castlestorm Complete Edition (PS Vita and PS3)
1st September: Sound Shapes (PS3, PS4, PS Vita)
1st September: Flower (PS3, PS4, PS Vita)
Entering PS Plus:
1st September: Grow Home (PS4)
1st September: Super Time Force Ultra (PS4 and PS Vita)
1st September: Twisted Metal (PS3)
1st September: Teslagrad (PS4 and PS3)
1st September: La-Mulana EX (PS Vita)
1st September: Xeodrifter (PS4 and PS Vita)