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Sony reveals the free PlayStation Plus games lineup for December 2017

30 Nov 2017

If you are a paid PlayStation Plus subscriber, you will be happy to know a lot of free games will be available for you to download and play this December 2017. 

Sony announced on the PlayStation Blog, there are many free games that PlayStation Plus members can get. As always, you will be getting a variety of games on the PS4, PS3 and even PS Vita. 

For PS4 owners, the biggest game you can download is Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition. This is a remaster of the 2012 classic game. Another game to download is Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of the Legendary Legends. 

If you have a smartphone, you can play the PlayLink title called "That's You". We've played the game already and will post a review soon. For PSVR owners, you can also get Until Dawn: Rush of Blood. 

PlayStation 3 owners have access to both Xblaze Lost: Memories and the Syberia Collection. Lastly, PS Vita owners can play Forma 8 and Wanted Corp. 

Darksiders II is easily the best game of the bunch. I've played the game five years ago, and it's still one of my favourite titles from last generation. All of the games should be available from December 5th. 

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