Remember Me, a fantastic sci-fi title, has recently been announced by Sony for their Instant Game Collection on PS Plus, according to a post on the PlayStation blog (via Polygon). The game, which is set in 2084 and takes place in Paris, focuses on Nilin, who is stripped of her memories and must unravel a conspiracy in order to get them back. It polarized critics upon release, as many lauded the story but ultimately condemned several technical aspects. I, however, greatly enjoyed it.
The PlayStation Vita version of Street Fighter X Tekken is also joining the Instant Game Collection on February 18. The game pins Capcom’s finest against Namco’s greatest, and even though it’s considered to be a decent crossover, the Vita version has suffered much criticism.
Fortunately, these are not the only games that will be free to PS Plus subscribers starting tomorrow. Metro: Last Light, Payday 2, Outlast, and ModNation Racers: Road Trip will also join the Instant Game Collection. Most of these titles received positive reviews upon release and will make excellent additions to the IGC.
If you’re currently subscribed to PlayStation Plus, let us know which game you’re looking forward to checking out? Let us know in the comments below.