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PlayStation Games That Come In June

By Alvin Elfwine , Jun 02, 2016 04:30 AM EDT
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The month of June has finally arrived! And along with its arrival is a treat to a wide-range of gaming titles for PlayStation owners. Yes, that is right -- Sony is set to serve a handful of games for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. If PS Plus did well in May, this will be much better for a whole lot of reason.

According to LazyGamer, PlayStation 4 owners will be spoiled to the deliciously looking "NBA 2k16." But what makes it really awesome is the fact that it will include a story mode, which was directed by the great Spike Lee!

It is worth noting that when "NBA 2k16" was released, it did not please most of the fans due to various bugs and issues. Fortunately, the game has since then received multiple fixes.

Apart from the basketball simulation video game, PlayStation 4 owners will also be able to nab "Gone Home" from Fullbright Studios. This narrative and exploration game will definitely have the thoughts provoked, something that will gear the players up for the company's next title "Tacoma."

As for PlayStation 3 owners, the tricky puzzle game "Echochrome" will arrive along with the 12 creepy episodes of "Siren: Blood Curse." Moreover, the classic PSP title "God of War" will be introduced to PlayStation Vita together with "Little Deviants." Without a doubt, Sony is really pampering the market.  

Meanwhile, PushSquare believes that it is about time for Sony to take advantage of its stronghold Japanese titles. From "Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Books" to "Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir" to "Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator" to "Persona 5" -- these are all PlayStation 4 titles that projected greatness in the market.

However, for whatever reason there is, Sony tends to underserve them, giving the way to giants like EA, Naughty Dogs and Ubisoft, among others. Simply put, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 owners have experienced the awesomeness of Japanese titles, but the company barely introduce them to mainstream avenues such as the notable E3 event.

Japanese games have been out for as long as PlayStation has been a thing. And make no mistake: they have always performed better than some of the Western titles. Ignoring these games is like ignoring a massive chunk in the system's library.

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