PlayStation Plus players regret not playing Tails of Iron, one of the free games of the past

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The PlayStation Plus Community Regrets Not Playing Tails of Iron

The PlayStation Plus subscription service is undergoing significant changes, particularly with the recent announcement of price increases set to take effect on September 6. While eagerly awaiting news about the upcoming PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for the current month, players are expressing regret for not giving a chance to one of the free games offered in previous months.

Discussions on Reddit forums have revealed that one title, in particular, has gone largely unnoticed by PlayStation Plus users in recent months: Tails of Iron. This game was included as one of the free PlayStation Plus Essentials games last April. Many players claimed it without actually playing it, and now they deeply regret their decision.

One user highlighted, “Tails of Iron offers a very satisfying combat system with dodge, parry, and block mechanics. Certain attacks require specific actions, similar to the ‘dangerous attacks’ in Sekiro. I’m currently playing on the challenging ‘Bloody Fangs’ difficulty, and I highly recommend it for those seeking a challenge.” Other users also expressed their thoughts on the game, with some promising to give it a try after hearing positive feedback.

9 Games Leaving PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium in September 2023

While there is still much anticipation surrounding the upcoming PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for September, we already know the 9 games that will be leaving the subscription service catalog in the coming days. These games are listed in the Last Chance to Play section of the platform:

  • Deathloop – PS5
  • Steep – PS4
  • Watch Dogs – PS4
  • Watch Dogs 2 – PS4
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – PS4
  • Nidhogg 2 – PS4
  • Through the Darkest of Times – PS4
  • Chicory: A Colorful Tale – PS5/PS4
  • Death end re;Quest 2 – PS4

These games will be available in the subscription service until September 19, so make sure to play them before it’s too late.

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