The end of the month is upon us, and you know what that means. All of our debit orders go through and then we’re broke again, and way before we can buy anything. But never fear, the PlayStation Plus games for May are here to brighten the day, well if you’re a subscriber that is. These are the games that you can expect to roll-out next week Wednesday with the next PlayStation Store content update.
*All games will be available on May 6th, 2015*
Ether One (PS4)
Getting a crisp Unreal Engine upgrade, Ether One looks spectacular. Developed by White Paper Games, it’s set around an employee of a futuristic memory-retrieval company called the Ether Institute of Telepathic Medicine. The institute is able to generate 3D simulations of damaged memories and the player must reconstruct said memories. it’s intriguing, to say the least.
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (PS4)
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is the ultimate edition to the 2013 side-scrolling, over-the-top, Mexican Metroidvania beat ‘em up. It has a ton of new features like an arena mode, new costumes, enemies and a tougher difficulty. And it was a brilliant game already.
The Unfinished Swan (PS4, PS3, PS Vita)
Monroe, a young curious boy must track down a swan that has escaped a painting. The game uses a unique white canvas art style to portray splotches of paint shot from the player’s perspective.
Race the Sun (PS4, PS3, PS Vita)
Players control a solar-powered spaceship, dodging various object as they fly through levels gathering pickups that can be used in game. The game ends when the player hits an object and the ship is destroyed or when the sun sets.
Murasaki Baby (PS Vita)
Murasaki Baby tells the story of a little girl who wakes up in a weird world, populated by children’s fantasies and fears. Holding a purple, heart-shaped balloon in her hand, she feels lost, homesick and vulnerable. She wants her mommy.
Hohokum (PS4, PS3, PS Vita)
Discover the beautiful world of Hohokum in this unique gaming experience from the makers of cult PS Vita classic, Frobisher Says!
Source: PlayStation EU BlogForum discussion