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The gift that is PlayStation Plus keeps on giving.

Today, Sony announced what games would be made available for PlayStation members this October.

The first title that will be made available is the fantastic Broken Age (PS4, PS Vita) by Double Fine Productions. We reviewed Broken Age and said that “Double Fine has crafted a beautiful, smart, character driven adventure game.” If you haven’t checked it out and are an adventure game fan, definitely pick this one up.

The next game available is Super Meat Boy and will also be available for the PS4 and Vita. Super Meat Boy is a fast paced platformer (which is also incredibly hard). Definitely a fun game to have on the Vita and play a few levels on the go.

Also included is Unmechanical Extended Edition for PS4 and PS3. All I know is this is that it’s a game about the adventure of a little helicopter trapped in a strange world. I’ll be interested to check this one out. You’ll also be getting the rhythm game, Kickbeat. It will be available on PS3 and PS Vita.

Rounding out this months games are Kung Fu Rabbit and ChariotChariot is a fun co-op game where a princess and a suitor must carry the princess’ dead father in a funeral wagon so he can be buried in a worthy tomb. It’s a fun little game. Kung Fu Rabbit is a decent platforming game that first came out on mobile devices.

With the inclusion of Broken Age and Super Meat Boy, October is a great month for PlayStation Plus owners.

To recap, here’s the full lineup of what will be available in October.

  • Super Meat Boy, PS4, PS Vita
  • Broken Age, PS4, PS Vita
  • Unmechanical: Extended, PS4, PS3
  • Chariot, PS3
  • KickBeat, PS3, PS Vita
  • Kung Fu Rabbit, PS3, PS Vita
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Andrew Esposito is a Senior Editor at Victory Point and a lover of all things entertainment. From movies to video games, his passion is unparalleled. He’s written for sites such as What Culture, Gizorama, Pixel Enemy, and runs an entertainment website called Pop Culturally Insensitive. When he’s not playing or writing about movies and video games, Andrew coaches collegiate football.