November’s PlayStation Plus games are more bountiful than usual

And more Boundiful

There might not be much in the way of thematic cohesion across November’s PlayStation Plus games, but that’s made up for by sheer quantity. Sony’s offering seven titles this month instead of the usual six.

The reason for the uptick in games is the recent one-year anniversary of PlayStation VR’s launch. Because of that, Plus subscribers also get Until Dawn: Rush of Blood this month. Also, it’s available until January 3 instead of the usual end of the month.

As for the normal November titles, there’s some decent stuff sprinkled in. Abstract platformer Bound (PS4 and PSVR) is one of the best PSVR has to offer in terms of crispness and lack of jaggies. The rest of the games are Worms Battlegrounds (PS4), Dungeon Punks (PS4 and Vita), R-Type Dimensions (PS3), Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic (PS3), and Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episodes 1 and 2 (Vita).

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