The coming months are already packed with games and the list just got bigger. Sony has announced a new PlayStation Store promotion called “Play Collective”, where various new games will hit the digital storefront with a special 20% pre-order discount for PS Plus members. There’ll be 6 games included in the promotion, here’s the full run-down:

  • March 21st – Everything
  • This is a surprise announcement of a game that’s been in development for three years. It will put a universe at your fingertips, letting you control thousands of life forms with narration from the late British philosopher Alan Watts.

  • March 28th – Rain World
  • This game will let you play as a “slugcat”, venturing through ancient ruins and avoiding perilous situations to find your family.

  • April 4th – PaRappa the Rapper Remastered
  • One day before its 20th Anniversary, PaRappa makes a come-back. It will feature CD-quality audio, trophies and several new features that allow you to “feel and see the beat.”

  • April 11th – Cosmic Star Heroine
  • This one was already announced last week but now we have confirmation that it’s part of the Play Collective. This is a modern RPG taking cues from the likes of Chrono Trigger and Phantasy Star.

  • April 18th – Full Throttle Remastered
  • The latest Tim Schafer classic to get the remastered treatment, Full Throttle is a classic adventure game where you play as the leader of a biker gang. It will feature redone graphics as well as the 1995 originals, and will let you swap on the fly.

  • April 25th – What Remains of Edith Finch
  • The long-awaited next game from Giant Sparrow, the developers of Unfinished Swan. You play as the titular Edith Finch as you make your way around your family’s massive house and discover why you’re the last family member left. You’ll relive memories and take control of various animals in what is sure to be a surreal experience.



Written by Tom Brown

Always excited to see something a little bit different, Tom is ready to report on games of all shapes and sizes, whether they be wonderful or weird (or, better yet, both.)