Travis Touchdown returns to Santa Destroy for the first time in a decade with No More Heroes 3, a “fun but highly uneven sequel, with fun bosses separated by poor performances and barebones tedium.” IGN stated in their 6/10 review:.

From the same series comes Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition, which “has Tsuyoshi Suda’s quirky charm, but the repetitive hack-and-slash gameplay doesn’t feel as great as previous entries in the series.” As stated in another 6/10 review.

Deadcraft is a simulation and action role-playing game where players must craft to survive. To fight their way through the apocalypse, you may need to create weapons from all the scraps you find, or you may need to recruit loyal undead to help you build and run a factory of grotesque machines.

Steep is a highly extreme extreme sports game from Ubisoft that lets players explore the Alps and Alaska. “Steep is a fresh extreme sports journey across a vast map, with only boring paragliding and a lack of progression slowing you down.” IGN stated in their 7/10 review:.

Job Simulator is a humorous PlayStation VR2 game in which players take on the role of a human of the future in a world where robots take over all jobs. “Job Simulator is a VR funhouse packed with silly experiments, interactivity, and laughs.” IGN stated in their 7/10 review:.

Summoner is a classic PlayStation 2 RPG in which players take on the role of Joseph, the key to an ancient prophecy that holds the powers of the Summoner. Joseph must explore the far corners of the world in search of the five rings that will unlock his true power.

Popular action-platformer Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters is also coming to PlayStation Plus this month. The PSP game allows players to take on intergalactic adventures and explore new worlds, and has received a 9/10 rating from IGN.

Finally, Jeanne d’Arc is a strategy RPG from Level 5. In this game, Jeanne d’Arc guides players through a fictional version of 15th century Europe and takes them on a mystical journey inspired by the heroic deeds of Joan of Arc.

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter for IGN. He talks about The Witcher all day long.

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