PlayStation Plus December Lineup Features SOMA, OnRush

Isaac Cain
December 2, 2018

Born from Frictional Games - the twisted minds behind Amnesia: The Dark Descent - SOMA drags players deep beneath the sea to a research facility called Pathos-2.

Of the 20 games included on the PlayStation Classic, there are only a handful that are worth your time.

Finally, PS Vita owners get access to Iconoclasts and Papers, Please.

Note that the PlayStation Plus December 2018 free games are only available to players paying a monthly membership fee of $9.99. A series of images reveal a cartridge design that seems to sit midway between a Nintendo Switch game cartridge and one of the memory cards issued by Sony for the PS One. That's right, in an effort to try and claw back a player base, Codemasters is offering their smashing racer for free during December. Well, the PlayStation Plus subscribers are only a few days away from getting their hands on the free games.

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Steredenn is a side-scrolling space shooter, while SteinsGate is a time travel science fiction interactive.

Microsoft also recently announced its free downloadable games for December.

In the past Sony has usually announced these titles at around 4.30pm BST in the United Kingdom, with the games officially going live on the PSN store next week on the first Tuesday of the month. Papers, Please is bleak, but makes you think more than most other games out there. Iconoclasts is a highly rated action-adventure platformer with a attractive retro graphics, puzzles and screen-filling bosses. With PlayStation Vita now a disappointment for Sony, the company may be working on a new mobile console. To be precise, today they launched a commercial of their upcoming Nazonikudon product (basically a cup of rice and meat that can be prepared really quickly simply by pouring hot water in the cup), which will be released on December 3rd in Japan.

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