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Your PlayStation Plus Titles For July 2018

July is right around the corner and with it comes beach weather, barbecues, the celebration of American independence and of course, more free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Let’s take a look at which titles are coming our way.

PS4 Games


This game is an Action RPG with a strong emphasis on martial arts. You can customize your fighter’s moves by swapping out cards in a “combat deck” which grants all sorts of feints, parries and strikes. You can join up with other players when taking on quests or even fight each other if you choose.

Heavy Rain

If you have played Detroit: Become Human and want to check out one of Quantic Dreams’ earlier titles then good news is coming your way. Heavy Rain is another PS4 game joining the PlayStation Plus lineup next month. Heavy Rain is another narrative adventure centered around a mysterious figure known as the Origami Killer. I don’t want to reveal much more so you can experience the story for yourself.

PS3 Games

Rayman 3 HD

The Rayman series is critically acclaimed for its strong platforming gameplay and in July you will get the glorious Rayman3 HD to play on your PlayStation 3.

Extreme Excorcism

The title sounds like this should be a horror game but that is not the case. Extreme Excorcism is a local competitive multiplayer game. Up to four players battle it out in fast paced while a ghost rises up to mimic the winning player’s moves which can have a serious impact on how the fight turns out.

Vita Games

Space Overlords

Sometimes it’s just fun to knock things over (in video games!) In Space Overlords you choose a robot “Overlord” and land on planets with only one goal – destroy everything in sight and move on to the next world. This one is a cross-buy title so you will get a copy for your PS4 as well.

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma
is a visual novel with a theme of escaping. A masked villain known as Zero has kidnapped nine people who must form teams of three people and make their way through the “Decision Game”. Every chapter features “room escape” puzzles and you can play these chapters in whatever order you like.

Jason Mckendricks
Jason Mckendrickshttp://Ticgamesnetwork.com
Writer. Photographer. I leveraged a business degree to play video games. My opinions are entirely my own and do not necessarily reflect those of The Inner Circle (but they should). DMs on my Twitter are open.

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