November will be a great month for PlayStation fans. Wait, what about PS4? Oh yeah, that's happening too, but mostly we're impressed by next month's additions to the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection.
Sony already revealed the two free games on PS4: shoot-em-up Resogun, and shadowy noir platformer Contrast to take the place of Driveclub. But PS3 and PS Vita owners have plenty to look forward to regardless of their next-gen plans, according to the PlayStation Blog.
On PS3, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen adds a new island to explore on top of the existing swords-and-sorcery adventure, co-op puzzler Ibb & obb plays tricks with gravity, and Binary Domain lets you scream at AI squadmates through a campy campaign to destroy hundreds of hostile robots.
On PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice adds moral dilemmas to Monster Hunter-style co-op dungeons, and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD puts you in the alien cowboy boots of a frontier bounty hunter.
Those titles will drop throughout the month, so be sure to check in on the PlayStation Store regularly to see which become available when.