You don’t like Playstation Plus’ lineup sometimes? Now you can do something about it. Last month, Sony announced a “Vote to Play” feature that lets you help pick one of the games coming to Playstation Plus each month.

Here’s how it works.

Whichever game gets the most votes will be included as part of next month’s PS Plus game lineup. For the first promotion, the two runner-up titles will get discounts.

Today, Sony announced the three games that you can vote on. Voting starts on Thursday, August 13th and ends on Monday, August 24th. On Thursday, head on over to the “What’s New,” “Notifications” or the PlayStation Plus section of the PlayStation Store to cast your vote.

Here are the three games.


League of Geeks brings, “a grim fairy-tale board game come to life, combining deep, tactical card play, rich tabletop strategy and RPG elements.” It looks beautiful.

Here’s another trailer showing a bit more gameplay.

Grow Home

Need your platforming fix? Grow Home has your back. You control BUD, a robot on a mission find the Star Plant and save his planet. Platforming takes a unique twist with Grow Home as you control where the Star Plant grows.

Zombie Vikings

How about a hack-and-slash game with four player co-op? Zombie Vikings should be right up your alley. Zombie Vikings was created by the developers behind last year’s Stick It to The Man!

Which of these three games are you going to vote for? Grow Home has been on Steam since February with extremely positive reviews. Out of 1,500 reviews, 94% of them were positive. You can’t go wrong with reviews like that. Armello was recently in Early Access and garnered 349 reviews with 92% of them positive. Zombie Vikings is the only one that hasn’t been released in some form.

I’m not sure which one I’m going to vote for. I was leaning towards Armello, but the other two games look pretty good too.

When I’m not playing Rocket League (best game ever), you can find me writing about all things games, space and more. You can reach me at alex@newsledge.com

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