It’s that time of the month again, when we find out what we’ll be able to dig into when PS Plus refreshes on PSN. Let’s not beat around the bush and get right down to it…

On PlayStation 4 consumers will be able to download a rich 2D adventure game, Apotheon, diving into a mesmerising colour palette and fighting off evil as you collect loot. The beautiful Transistor — one of the few 100% rated games at Start Replay — will also be made available to download. With some of the best art direction seen in the industry, players will get the chance to delve into the deep story of Red, in this sci-fi themed action RPG.

For those of a PlayStation 3 persuasion, stealth title Thief will be made available, alongside Yakuza 4. Though Thief didn’t make the biggest impact on the team here at Start Replay, it does have its moments. If you enjoy games with an emphasis on remaining in the shadows, it may be worth your time. How about mixing it up and exploring the criminal underground of Tokyo in the open-world game, Yakuza 4? There’s plenty on Sony’s two home consoles to keep you going for weeks, it not months.

Lastly we have Sony’s pocket companion, PlayStation Vita. If you’re itching for something to play on the commute to work, Rogue Legacy could prove quite the experience. With a 2D facade, this procedurally-generate action platformer packs quite a punch to ween away the hours. Finally we end with Kick and Fennick, which presents a colourful world and teams up a small flying robot with a young boy lost in a strange world.

Check out the trailer below for a better look at what to expect. Also don’t forget that on February 4th, inFamous First Light, The Swapper, Prototype 2, DuckTales Remastered, Woah Dave! and Duke Nukem: 3d Megaton Edition will be leaving. Grab ’em whilst they’re hot.

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Joshua Ball

Meet Josh. As the head of Start Replay his overall objective is to keep things moving. Alongside ensuring that content is made on a regular basis, Josh loves attending and organising the many press events and expos that crop up. His favourite video games consist of the Arkham series and Metal Gear Solid, but there’s always room for a bit of horror. Follow Josh’s sparse tweets on Twitter or, alternatively, be sure to catch him in the crowd of the next big gaming event.

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