November’s PlayStation Plus Includes Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture

November’s PlayStation Plus is going to be rather more divisive that the previous few months as we are back to indie games, and a ‘walking simulator’ at that. You really don’t anything other than wander about in Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture but don’t let that put you off, it’s rather good.

November also finds The Deadly Tower of Monsters on PlayStation 4, a B-movie inspired action game that wins points for naming a lead character Dick Starspeed. PS4 owners can also nab Letter Quest Remasterd and Pumped BMX+, both of which are cross-buy with the PS Vita versions.

PS3 owners get the rather good DiRT 3, and Costume Quest 2. Here’s the full line-up, available to download from 1st November:

Source: EU PS Blog

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  1. I’ve always wanted to play a good walking simulator but they’ve always been a bit on the expensive side for me.
    This may tip me over into the whole genre and end with me buying the lot.
    Well played sony… Well played.

  2. I like walking simulators but EGttR is a snailing simulator. Most boring game I ever played.

    Paint a wall then sit and watch it dry. It will be more exciting than playing this game let me tell you.

    Worst month ever possibly.

  3. In the words of my 14 year old self… YESSS!!

  4. I enjoyed Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, at least up to now that I found out I could have had it for free. The rest of the games I’m not really interested in, as usual.

  5. It is simple really: if game don’t have gameplay, than it is a bad game. I’m really tired of “walking simulators”. Is it really that hard to implement some gamplay elements in your game? Story can be awesome addition to the game, but it sure can’t be the only element.
    The Deadly Tower of Monsters is great, tho

  6. Thought there would have been some new VR content!

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