Sony today announced the upcoming games which will be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers during the month of February. As has become the norm for Sony, there are two games for each platform (PS4, PS3, Vita) and if the game is available on multiple of their platforms, they generally make it available to all of the systems for free. There is a good selection this month, with RPG, platformers, action, and stealth. Let’s take a look at this month’s games. PlayStation 4 Transistor The first PS4 game is Transistor, which is a RPG from Supergiant Games, developer of the very popular Bastion game. This game was launched on the PS4 on May 20th, 2014. The name Transistor comes from the name of the main character’s weapon, which...

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