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PlayStation Plus lineup for August 2016 includes Yakuza 5 and Patapon 3

Sony has announced all of the free games coming to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita as part of PlayStation Plus next month.

Once again there will be two games available for each individual platform, giving you plenty of choice when it comes to playable freebies.

PS4 players can download Tricky Towers and Rebel Galaxy for PS4, or simply add them to your system library so long as you have an active PS+ membership.

PS Vita owners will be digging their teeth into Patapon 3 and Ultratron, two nifty, addictive titles perfect for playing on the move.

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Our personal highlight for this month is Yakuza 5, a wonderful open-world adventure set in a realistic depiction of modern day Japan.

You can explore arcades, restaurants and shops all while controlling a host of interesting characters chasing a deep, dangerous mystery in the Japanese underworld.

The full list of games for August 2016 can be found below:

  • Tricky Towers, PS4
  • Rebel Galaxy, PS4
  • Yakuza 5, PS3
  • Retro/Grade, PS3
  • Patapon 3, PS Vita
  • Ultratron, PS Vita, PS3, PS4

Anything catch your eye? Let us know in the comments.

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