by David Sanchez on August 14, 2012 @ 11:21 pm
If you haven’t done so already, you should really play the Housemarque-developed Outland. When that game launched on digital download platforms last year, it delivered a satisfying blend of 2D platforming and hack-and-slash action. It also threw in some crazy bullet hell sequences that were satisfyingly challenging.
To add to the impressive gameplay, Outland featured a wonderful presentation. The game looked gorgeous, and it had a completely riveting soundtrack. The whole thing was just this grand collection of sights and sounds that’s totally worth experiencing.
So yeah, go play Outland. And if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you’re in luck because the game is free to download for you! That’s a pretty sweet deal for an awesome downloadable game like this.
In addition to Outland, Bloodrayne: Betrayal is now available for free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. I haven’t actually played that game, so I can’t exactly sing its praises. That said, I can certainly check it out for myself now that it’s free. So I’ll go do that, and you can play some Outland.
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