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PlayStation Plus Games for January 2020

January’s PlayStation Plus titles have been announced and from 7th January you’ll be able to play Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator. Hellyeah!

PlayStation Plus titles for January 2020

There’s one subscription that I don’t anticipate cancelling in 2020, and that’s the PlayStation Plus service.

You know how it is; begin the New Year and start looking at ways to cut back after overspending the month before. Gym memberships are usually first to go, even though you need to lose that extra weight, and occasionally Amazon Prime and other surplus services you might not need. Well, if you’re thinking of getting rid of PlayStation Plus, think carefully as there are two new titles this month worth a look.

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

Nathan Drake takes on a Hind in Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection
That’s it, you check to see if it’s safe. A Hind can’t do much to you…

The first is Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection. When I first played Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, I wasn’t that impressed. It felt like Tomb Raider but the combat was a bit sloppy. I’m sure many will disagree with me, but that’s how I felt. Simple as. By the time Uncharted 2: Among Thieves came out, I gave it another go, but this time I was pretty much wowed by it.

Set pieces in the Uncharted series are second to none. The dialogue is usually very good and Naughty Dog clearly have researched the subject matter and turned it into something playable. I think I might have missed Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. I just can’t remember playing it. Thankfully, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection features all three titles to get your mitts on, so if like me, you get a second chance to play these titles on your PS4.

Goat Simulator

A goat in Goat Simulator
Who wants to simulate a goat?

Next up on the list is Goat Simulator. When I first saw this, I never even gave it the light of day as it just felt completely stupid. However, in the last year or so I’ve played so many simulators that I’m actually willing to give it a chance. I’ve played bus simulators, fishing in Norway, bee simulations – you name it. I know nothing about it, nor will I read up on it as everything I write is from my own beautiful mind. I don’t want to be influenced by other opinions. I’m easily lead.

Anyhoo, these games will be due out on the 7th January 2020. Even if you don’t fancy playing them now, add them to your library and for as long as you stay a PlayStation Plus member, they’re yours forever and ever and ever and ever and so on…

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