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Playdate: Trying out 'Super Time Force Ultra' and 'Grow Home'

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Here's a tough choice: would you rather play a game about a gardening robot that experiments with new methods of character animation, or a ridiculous time-travel action game that throws paradoxical caution to the wind? Lucky you -- you don't have to decide at all. On today's Engadget Playdate, we're playing both: Ubisoft's procedurally animated Grow Home and absurdly silly Super Time Force Ultra. Both are new to PlayStation 4 owners this month and free for subscribers of PS Plus. Are they worth the monthly dues? Join me and Tim Seppala at 6PM ET (3PM PT) right here, on the Engadget gaming homepage or at Twitch.tv/Joystiq to find out.

Playdate: Trying Out 'Super Time Force Ultra' and 'Grow Home'
[We're streaming Grow Home and Super Time Force Ultra at 720p through OBS, so rest assured this game will look dramatically better on your PS4 at home.]

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