PlayStation Plus subscribers will get not one, one three, not eighteen million, but four free Vita games as part of their package next month.
That includes the wonky and weird space snake simulator Hohokum, which is about slithering through vibrant dimensions and solving… puzzles, I guess?
We gave it a six and said, "Hohokum's quirky, dreamy landscapes beg to be explored, but its abrasive and often aggrivating design keeps the player at arm's length".
You've also got The Unfinished Swan: an impressionistic indie game that takes place in a completely blank white world, until you shoot out black blobs of paint and reveal bits of scenery.
There's Race the Sun, a breakneck flying game where you pilot a solar-powered craft that slows down in the shadows.
That one got a Bronze, with reviewer Danny saying "Race the Sun is a blast while it lasts, but there may not be enough to bring you back after the first couple of enjoyable hours of gameplay".
And finally there's Murasaki Baby, which is a surreal platformer set in a world of children’s fantasies and fears. It got a Silver Award for "forcing the player to understand the complex burden of parenthood and responsibility".
All four games will be available from May 6th and all except Murasaki Baby are also available on PS3 and PS4 if you're into big black boxes.