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PlayStation Plus 'greatest hidden gem' is a delightful freebie

Kate Harrold

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PlayStation Plus 'greatest hidden gem' is a delightful freebie

Featured Image Credit: Pillow Castle Games, Sony

PlayStation Plus subscribers have discovered the platform’s ‘greatest hidden gem’, urging all users to give it a go.

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In case you missed last week’s announcement, 13 games will make their way onto PlayStation Plus’ extra and premium tiers this month - tomorrow, in fact. The extra tier will be gaining Need For Speed Unbound, The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition, Tales of Arise, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, LEGO Worlds, LEGO Jurassic World, Roguebook, Rogue Lords, and Tales of Zestiria, while the Premium catalogue adds Resistance: Retribution, Jet Rider 2, Tales of Symphonia, and Tales of Vesperia. It’s an extra tier game I want to draw your attention to today, albeit one that’s been available for a couple of months now.

Foamstars is available on PlayStation Plus’ essential now as a day one launch.

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“Perception is reality. In this mind-bending first-person puzzler, you escape a surreal dream world through solving impossible puzzles using the ambiguity of depth and perspective,” teases the synopsis of Superliminal, summing up the game perfectly. It was Reddit user yourhamsteriscool who brought the recommendation to light, writing, “Greatest hidden gem on PlayStation Plus: Superliminal. If you haven’t already played it, do it.”

“The ending, the beautiful voice over/narration at the ending - some of us truly needed to hear that .. such an incredible game. In case anyone has not decided to finish the game for any reason, just take a look and listen to that ending,” wrote gabrielleraul, while edgeofview added, “Fun wee game this one. One and done with Portal vibes and a cool gimmick.”

It’s impossible to predict which games Sony will announce to be leaving PlayStation Plus each month so if Superliminal does sound like your kind of thing, I’d recommend diving in as soon as possible. If you’re not a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you can grab the game on the PlayStation Store for £7.64, saving 55%, until 28 February.

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Sony

Kate Harrold
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