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Published on July 7th, 2015 | by Mica Rose

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PlayStation Plus July 2015

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PlayStation Plus July 2015 – Instant Game Collection

The PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection for July will be available earlier than usual this week – with Europe coming in line with North America to recieve the games at the same time on Tuesdays. We take a look at this month’s content, which is full to the brim with indie games.

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Mousecraft – PS3, PS4, PS Vita

Described by the creators as a cross between Tetris and Lemmings but with more cat scientists, MouseCraft is an A to B puzzle game where players help mice in their relentless quest for cheese by stacking the world’s most famous gaming blocks: tetronimos. Featuring a crazy cat scientist and three blind mice, along with tons of irresistibly delicious cheese.

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Styx: Master of Shadows – PS4

Guide Styx through the winding Tower of Akenash, home to a Treeworld, source of the Amber – a powerful golden sap filled with magical properties – prowling through the shadows with aide of a host of special abilities refined throughout Styx’s 200 years of history. Within the many hallways and levels of the Tower of Akenash, Styx must avoid the humans who’ve the ability to easily overpower him.

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Entwined – PS4, PS Vita

Witness the tale of a bird and a fish who are in love but can never be together. Test your reflexes and hand-eye coordination skills to guide them both simultaneously over the course of nine unique lifetimes in a journey to unite their souls. Experience a sequence of emotions designed to mirror the human lifecycle. Feel the emotional flow of the journey through a mesmerising soundtrack and abstract art style. And set high scores to leave your friends trailing behind in challenge mode.

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Rocket League – PS4

Rocket League is the successor to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars! Take matters into your own hands in this visceral, high-octane, physics-based vehicle sports game that lets you choose one of a variety of high-flying cars equipped with huge rocket boosters. Soar high into the air to score amazing aerial goals, perform incredible saves using the vehicles’ acrobatic abilities, and even demolish enemy players at supersonic speeds!

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Rain – PS3

Throughout rain, players control the invisible boy, leveraging the unique ability to appear in the rain and disappear under cover to advance through the storyline. However, just like in the real world, players must understand that at times what they are able to see isn’t everything and they must use their imagination to interact with the environment and solve puzzles, and to help them along their journey to safety.

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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions – PS Vita

Geometry Wars: Dimensions is an exciting new evolution of the iconic, fast-paced and frenetic Geometry Wars™ gameplay fans love, and will introduce full 3D action and competitive online multiplayer for the first time in the franchise. In addition to a full single-player campaign with 50 unique challenges and over 10 battle modes – five of which are completely brand new to the series – Geometry Wars: Dimensions also features a revamped cooperative multiplayer mode, plus dynamic and persistent progression, offering players a consistently new experience each time they play.

What do you think of this month’s PlayStation Plus haul consumers? Will you be giving any of these a go? Let us know in the comments!

Mica Rose

Mica Rose

Mica is an avid gamer and trophy hunter. She loves all things PlayStation, and spends most of her free time either playing games or talking about them!
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