Subscription services have a very clear pro and con: the first is that we have new video games added every month; the second is that there are also many that leave. The whale that bites its own tail. And yes, PlayStation Plus is not an isolated case.
The folks at ComicBook have posted a total of 10 video games leaving Sony’s service this coming April 2023.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
Does good old Naruto need any introduction? Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is the latest installment released in the Ninja Storm series and was also the first of the eighth generation of consoles. It has a whopping 108 playable characters, and that’s not including downloadable content. A shame to see it go.
Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign
Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign is a title where we have to connect tiles in the form of RPG. From these connections we will be able to annihilate our opponents with the help of superpowers: from the extreme strength of the Hulk to crush the enemies to the mental control of Professor X to manipulate the game board.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose
The Caligula Effect: Overdose features enhanced visuals and gameplay from the original PS Vita title, as well as new characters, storylines and endings, including the mysterious “Forbidden Musician Route”. You can play as a female protagonist, develop and execute flawless battle strategies with the Imaginary Chain, as well as recruit over 500 students to the cause.
The Wonderful 101 Remastered
A truly great game. The Wonderful 101: Remastered is the remastering of the original game that allows us to handle 100 heroes at once, with fluid controls and dynamic action in the purest Platinum Games style. One of those games that exudes charisma.
Gabbuchi is a puzzle game where we control a character who loves to gobble blocks. Of course, you have to choose carefully which ones to eat so you can reach the end of each stage. You have to change color, consume cubes and reach the heart cookie to advance. 180 stages to make your head explode thinking.
An action RPG in which four girls with magic swords confront numerous hordes. That is the approach of Croixleur Sigma, a title with anime aesthetics where the protagonists will have to face a powerful enemy.
Created by Frédérick Raynal, author of Alone in the Dark, 2Dark is a sinister journey where corruption is the main protagonist. “Use your cunning to enter Gloomywood’s bastions of cruelty. Discover the secrets of the psychopaths that inhabit it, avenge their crimes and take the children to a safe place”, highlights its synopsis.
Zanki Zero: Last Beginning
Eight clones, seven deadly sins and infinite lives. In Zanki Zero: Last Beginning we can play from the perspective of each of the eight protagonists and explore the dungeons, towers and islands to unearth the deadly sins that are part of the past of the protagonists. An RPG with touches of visual novel.
Another visual novel that enjoys great fame: Steins;Gate Elite. This game is one of the most beloved by fans of visual novels, thanks to its powerful story and the different plot lines it has. It is very worthwhile, from experience.
428: Shibuya Scramble
And we close with another visual novel, this one perhaps with a little less relevance than Steins: 428: Shibuya Scramble. Behind this name hides the story of a kidnapping with five protagonists who are linked to the case. There are a total of 90 different endings, so good luck getting them all out.
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