PlayStation Plus Free Games July 2016: Worst AAA Games Sony Might Give Next Month

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With only one week left in June, fans have started to ponder on what the PlayStation Plus free games for July 2016 would be. This month brought us NBA 2K16 and the indie horror title Gone Home, so it will be interesting to see which games Sony decides to give for free to its users.

Though Sony has always chosen good games, it would be somewhat comical if they chose some really bad ones for PlayStation Plus subscribers. That being said, while it?s funny in theory, some might consider it a slap in the face to those who pay US$50 a month for this service. Here are some games that Sony should never ever consider as PlayStation Plus free games:

Tony Hawk?s Pro Skater 5

One of the biggest disappointments of last year, Tony Hawk?s Pro Skater 5 disappointed nostalgic PlayStation fans who were hoping to see a return to form of the once credible series. Instead, what fans got was a glitch and buggy mess of a skateboard game that just so happens to be attached to a once well-respected gaming franchise.

Despite claiming to be a return to form, Pro Skater 5 brought really stale skate gameplay with some of the worst physics imaginable. Add in the poor graphics and the always-online nature, it?s easy to see why this ended up being a doomed follow-up.

Ride to Hell: Retribution

What an ?accomplishment? (read: sarcastic) this game is. Despite only coming out a few years ago, Ride to Hell: Retribution has already been considered one of the worst games ever made. Considering the long history of video games, that is saying something.

There is absolutely nothing redeemable about Ride to Hell. The graphics are dull, the fighting is awful and easy to spam, not to mention the motorcycle controls, which are the worst in any game that has ever had a motorcycle.

Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified

Not only a poor excuse for a Call of Duty game, this is just a bad first-person shooter and further proof that the genre just can?t work on a handheld gaming platform. The game failed to be meaningful in the single-player and multiplayer fronts with its repetitive missions and lack of a proper story.

What other games do you think Sony shouldn?t include in their PlayStation Plus free games lineup? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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