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3 underrated PS Plus games to check out this weekend (June 28-30)

Some games don’t get the love they deserve when they come out. Maybe it’s because they launched during a crowded time of year, weren’t in a mainstream genre, or had negative public perception as they headed toward release. These games become underrated cult classics and can gain new life and attention on subscription services like Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Plus, where players have more control over which games they play, how long they want to play them, and how much money they want to spend on them.

That’s why I looked to these underrated games when determining what PS Plus Premium and Extra game catalog games to recommend this weekend. One is an exhilarating shoot ’em up platformer hybrid from the developers of Returnal. Another is the Marvel strategy game and RPG from the studio that makes series like Sid Meier’s Civilization and XCOM. Finally, we have an enjoyable LittleBigPlanet spinoff that seemed like it flew under the radar more than every other PlayStation 5 launch title.


Most PlayStation fans probably didn’t hear of Housemarque until Sony acquired it and released Returnal, an excellent third-person shooter roguelike that takes advantage of many PS5 features. Housemarque had a long history of making arcade-game-inspired titles, though. Some of these, like Alienation and Nex Machina, played from a more traditional isometric style. 2017’s Matterfall is different because it’s a level-based 2D platformer where playing well and chasing high scores is the primary gameplay loop. In Matterfall, players rid a world of red “smart matter” that’s taken control of technology and spread across the futuristic city like an infection.

This is countered with Blue Matter weapons and abilities; in practice, that means players are blasting or dashing through almost anything in sight in order to clear red matter and earn points. It plays differently than most platformers as you jump with the right bumper rather than the X button; thankfully, this control scheme

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