PlayStation Plus, November 2022: Nioh 2, Heavenly Bodies and LEGO Harry Potter Collection

PlayStation Plus, November 2022: Nioh 2, Heavenly Bodies and LEGO Harry Potter Collection

PlayStation Plus, November 2022

PlayStation Plus sees the arrival in November 2022 of three new games, available at no additional cost to subscribers of the service of any level. The highlight of the month is undoubtedly represented by Nioh 2, the spectacular soulslike developed by Team Ninja and set in a feudal Japan never so dark and disturbing.

Heavenly Bodies is instead a space adventure in which we control a astronaut struggling with different missions, with the possibility of realistically simulating the reactions of his body and the objects surrounding him in absence of gravity. Closes the November line-up LEGO Harry Potter Collection, a collection of the various tie-ins based on plastic bricks dedicated to the young wizard.

Did the readers of appreciate this selection? Yes, even if the positive feedbacks were only slightly higher than the negative ones: according to our survey, 20% of users said they were very satisfied with the games and 32% quite satisfied.

Nioh 2 (PS5 and PS4)

Nioh 2, a furious boss fight Despite being the second chapter of the soulslike series developed by Team Ninja, Nioh 2 is actually a prequel: the events of the game take place several years before the adventures by William Adams and tell the story of a character that we will have to create from scratch through an editor, a samurai with the task of protecting his lord from the onslaught of the evil forces that have invaded Japan.

The The most important novelty of the game lies in the nature of the protagonist, in whose veins flows a mixed blood: half human, half Yokai. This peculiarity allows the warrior we control to take the form of a demon, thus increasing his ability to attack and the repertoire of moves available during a campaign that is also confirmed in this case as long and demanding.

As we wrote in the review of Nioh 2, the final result is an exciting and full-bodied title, with absolutely spectacular boss fights and several very valid ideas, but at the same time unable to introduce particular innovations with respect to chapter d debut, which can also be seen in the evident reuse of various assets.

Heavenly Bodies (PS5 and PS4)

Heavenly Bodies, our astronaut moves inside the Heavenly space station Bodies is an adventure that throws us into the space of the 70s, under the command of an astronaut who finds himself having to fix the station on which he operates. Alone or together with a friend in a cooperative we will therefore have to face seven chapters and solve various problems, while the plot unfolds and simulative mechanics based on gravity and its impact on the characters and the environment around them take shape.

It is therefore the control system that represents the fulcrum of the experience, with different selectable layouts that influence the difficulty and speed of our movements, making even the most trivial actions potentially complex. A formula that turns out to be original and fascinating, as we wrote in the Heavenly Bodies review.

LEGO Harry Potter Collection (PS4)

LEGO Harry Potter Collection, the iconic clash between Voldemort and Harry The charm of the Wizarding World shows no signs of waning, as millions of fans of J.K. Rowling, and when her young wizard's adventures are mixed with the colors and gags of LEGO bricks the results can be mind-blowing. LEGO Harry Potter Collection is a synthesis of all this, enclosing in a single solution the two games that retrace the entire saga of the character.

The formula is the classic one for the franchise curated by TT Games, made of "dumb" gags that nevertheless still manage to snatch a smile, small environmental puzzles and somewhat slippery fights, which nevertheless never represent a problem since in these productions the game over is a relative concept. We talked about this and more in the LEGO Harry Potter Collection review.

November 2022 arrivals and departures

No longer available on PlayStation Plus from November 1st

Hot Wheels Unleashed - PS5 and PS4 Injustice 2 - PS4 SUPERHOT - PS4

Available on PlayStation Plus from November 1st

Nioh 2 - PS5 and PS4 Heavenly Bodies - PS5 and PS4 LEGO Harry Potter Collection - PS4

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