Here are all the free PlayStation games for June

Every month, PlayStation offers a handful of free games through its premium subscription service called PlayStation Plus. For $49.99/year, you gain access to online multiplayer, exclusive sales on the PlayStation Store, and free games for PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4!

Here are all the games you can get for free starting June 7:

'NBA 2K16'

Originally released in September 2015, 'NBA 2K16' is the latest in the well-regarded NBA 2K series.

Boasting all the cutting-edge visuals and tight gameplay the series is know for, 'NBA 2K16' also has a wide array of online and offline modes, including MyGM and MyLeague, which let you micromanage every detail of your team.

There's also a career mode directed by filmmaker Spike Lee that tracks your player's progression from an amateur playing pick-up games at the local court to full-blown professional baller.

Platforms: PlayStation 4

'Gone Home'

For being such a quiet and contemplative game, 'Gone Home' made some serious waves when it first came out in 2013.

'Gone Home' is a short, narrative-based game that puts you in control of a character exploring a home. You'll find documents, photos, and clues that slowly start to shed light on the character's family. In his review of the game for IGN, Marty Sliva says, ''Gone Home' is a remarkable achievement, and piecing together its poignant story will stick with me forever.'

Any more details about this game will only spoil the experience for someone who has yet to play it, so download it as soon as its available and give it a shot.

Platforms: PlayStation 4

'Echochrome'

'Echochrome,' despite having a relatively inscrutable name, is a simple and innovative puzzle game.

You'll attempt to travel through crazy winding pathways, changing the camera's angle to make traversal through the stage possible. Here's how it works:

Spinning the camera to different angles will change the way you traverse through a stage. Did you rotate the camera to obscure a hole in the ground that was previously a hazard? Well, now that you can't see it, you won't fall into it.

It takes a lot of its visual identity from something like an M.C. Escher illustration, with winding and intersecting pathways that appear to bend the laws of physics.

Platforms: PlayStation 3

'Siren: Blood Curse (Episodes 1-12)'

Playing as an American TV crew documenting a mysterious 'vanished' Japanese village, the story of 'Siren: Blood Curse' unfolds over the course of 12 distinct episodes.

In this spooky horror game, you can actually switch perspectives to see the world from the view of your enemies in order to make sure that they can't see you.

Platforms: PlayStation 3

'God of War: Chains of Olympus'

'God of War: Chains of Olympus' is a handheld version of the popular 'God of War' franchise.

The series draws on Greek mythology for its wide array of nasty monsters, blending action and platforming in a series that's typically pretty brutal and violent.

Platforms: PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita

'Little Deviants'

'Little Deviants' is a wacky puzzle platformer game that relies heavily on the PlayStation Vita's wide array of motion controls.

You'll use its touch screen to move characters around on screen, tilt the device from left to right, and point the camera at the world around you in certain 'augmented reality' stages.

The game serves primarily as a showcase for the Vita's motion controls, but it's received pretty middling reviews.

Platforms: PlayStation Vita

These games will be available starting on June 7th!

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You can still download all of the free PlayStation Plus games for May until that date.

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