Someone Decided To Sort The PS Plus Extra Catalog By Average Review Score

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One Redditor, for whatever reason, took on the monumental task of solving the PS Plus Additional Catalog by mean review scores. Perhaps user threecatsstaring did this out of the goodness of his heart, but in any case, the list is really useful if you want to skip straight to something like Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers, which has a meta score of 21.

The PS Plus Extra catalog boasts a very diverse lineup

Threecatsstaring’s aforementioned list, which is still in progress, can be found above and has up to 71 games so far. With the exception of them jokingly putting Knack at no. 1 with a score of 100 (I personally agree with that score), the rest of the list takes Metacritic scores into account for the most part. Apparently, some of the games in the catalog haven’t been reviewed at all, so they’ve been excluded. Others have less than four reviews, in which case threecatsstaring calculated an average or used a random review from the platform.

The PS Plus Extra (and Premium) catalog is subject to change, but the above list is here to stay for now, especially as the service has yet to roll out in some countries, including the UK. That said, there are some minor differences in catalogs between regions, so please note that this ranking is based on the catalog published in the Americas.

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