PlayStation Plus October Lineup Revealed

It’s that time again where we see a return investment on the hard earned cash we spend towards a console’s online connectivity. On the PlayStation Plus side of things, it would seem that the majority of subscribers have been less than impressed with Sony’s latest offerings. Hopefully, this month’s line-up will please the masses.

Game Platform
Resident Evil HD PlayStation 4
Transformers Devastation PlayStation 4
From Dust PlayStation 3
Mad Riders PlayStation 3
Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ PS Vita
Actual Sunlight PS Vita


While Resident Evil HD is technically a remaster of a remake (or is it a remake of a remaster?) to a now 20 year old game, it still holds up. There’s something here for fans of the original series and newcomers alike.

Transformers Devastation will be exactly one year old after its PS+ offering and I’ve got to say that it’s a big fat recommend from me. This action hack and slack title manages to capture the nostalgic feel of the original Transformers cartoons, while maintaining enough of that Platinum games charm for those that may just want a fun game.


If you’ve been hankering for a God game for a while (especially after Godus was a bit of a let down), you could do a lot worse than Ubisoft’s From Dust. Play as the disembodied hand of an omnipotent being, while ruling over your tribes with kindness or cruelty  – think Black & White, only without the giant creatures.

I love a good arcade racer and that’s just what Mad Riders is. This fast adrenaline-fuelled driving sim, puts you in the seat of a quad bike and gets you to race around some of the most daring tracks you’ve ever seen.

Lastly we have Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ – which is a graphic novel-type game and therefore I know nothing about it, and Actual Sunlight – which you should really try for yourself rather than me ruin its premise for you.

So what do you think of October’s PlayStation Plus lineup? Yay, nay or somewhere in between? Sound off in the comments below.

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Sometimes writer, wannabe animator and podcast creator that talks far too much. Coleman is a collection of atoms that formed in Gosport and relocated to London.