Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia President Hiroshi Kawano
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia President Hiroshi Kawano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 9, 2013. Reuters/Toru Hanai

Sony is welcoming January 2015 with some killer games for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. As usual, Sony is offering two games per console, starting with the tempting offer for the PS4, "inFamous: First Light," the follow-up to last year's "inFamous: Second Son."

"First Light" is actually a DLC that lets Fetch become a playable character, though according to developer Sucker Punch, it can also be treated as a separate, standalone game. The title also features a storyline that will let fans of the "inFamous" franchise unravel the past of Seattle and see through Fetch's plan for revenge.

The other title coming to the PS4, but also available on the PS3 and PS Vita, is "The Swapper," a puzzle sci-fi game where players can clone themselves, swap consciousness to new bodies and get through the challenges in the game.

The PS3 has two main titles coming. First is "Prototype 2," the sequel of the 2009 hit open-world title. It continues the story of Sgt. James Heller and his aim of creating biological weapons. The goal is to hunt and kill, but the biggest goal is to put down his rival Alex Mercer. "Duck Tales Remastered" is also coming to the PS3, where it will bring the retro title in a reimagined version.

Coming to the PS Vita and also the PS3 is "Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition," the first-person shooter classic game compiled with three expansion packs. Lastly, "Whoa Dave!" is also coming to the PS Vita. It will feature Dave Lonuts, a fellow who has survived an alien invasion. His quest now is to stay alive while using shiny pennies, alien eggs and skull bombs. Check out the complete lineup of games in the video below.

Apart from the free games for PS Plus subscribers, Sony has also expanded the extent of the Remote Play, a feature that came with the PS4. According to The Verge, there are now a number of phones and tablets that can play PS4 games like "GTA V" and Alien: Isolation."

The Remote Play feature can now sync with a couple of smart devices offered by Sony. The source has demonstrated plugging the DualShock 4 to the likes of the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. However, the more creative hackers have also found ways to bring PS4 Remote Play to non-Xperia devices. Android Headlines reports that the PS4 feature can now be managed on any Android device that's running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or later.

As with any hack, there are repercussions and warnings, and making use of the hack will require some rooting and installing the ClockWordMod Recovery. The link above cites the source of the hack and some more details.

January PS Plus lineup (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)

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