Check Out the Free PS Vita Games for May 2016

Posted by at 12:04 pm on May 18, 2016

Neverending NightmaresOne of the benefits of being a PlayStation Plus member is that you can get free games every month with a paid monthly subscription. Whether you’re rocking a PS Vita, a PS4, or a slightly older console, there are free games out there for all types of gamers. This month’s offer for the PS Vita are as follows:

Neverending Nightmares
As its name might slightly hint, Neverending Nightmares is a horror game for PS Vita. Metacritic mentions that it gets its inspiration from developer Matt Gilgenbach’s battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder, and it looks to be quite the spooky suspense title, something similar to Silent Hill or Sanitarium. If you want to get in on the creepiness, now’s the time to do it.

Ray Gigant
If you prefer RPGs, there’s good news: Ray Gigant is also one of the free titles on this week’s list. The PS Vita game is a role-playing title made by Bandai-Namco, the company behind Power Rangers. Wikipedia has the scoop on the title, which comes to us from Japan. “The game plays as a dungeon crawler JRPG. Contrary to genre standards, the game will contain no random battles, and a heavier focus on narrative than usual.”

Corridor Z
With a tagline like “Be Quick or Be Undead,” you can pretty much guess what Corridor Z is about. If they weren’t dead already, pop culture would have done zombies to death by now. Corridor Z is a running game that has you trying to outrun said undead creatures while trying to recover lost tapes that tell how a zombie infection broke out in the first place. If you’re a Walking Dead fan or just really like virtual dead things chasing you, you are officially in luck. This game is free this month with a PlayStation Plus subscription as well.

Azkend 2
The game’s publisher calls this a “fantastic journey to remember” that takes players through the center of the Earth. The Bejeweled-esque gameplay trailer has serene music in the background while showing an AI playing the game by making matches. The matches are laid out on a honeycomb-shaped grid, and the bright colors might remind you of Peggle or another casual matching game. Azkend is perfect for gamers who are just starting out or are hesitant to play more complex, difficult games like Fallout where failing to plan ahead is a huge problem.

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