As promised, Sony has revealed the selection of free PlayStation Plus titles that will be gracing your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita in August. The goodies – which will be available from next week – include Spry Fox’s procedurally generated puzzler Road Not Taken. Fun fact: that game shares a name with American scribe Robert Frost’s most famous poem. Ahem.

Subscribers will also score Fez for Sony’s next-gen format, which is actually cross-buy across all three systems. Over on the PS3, you’ll net Crysis 3 – ironically, an EA Games published title – and relaxation simulation Proteus, while the Vita will play host to infographic adventure Metrico and Dragon’s Crown in North America or LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 in Europe. Not a bad little selection if you ask us.

Of course, the offering’s sure to come under fire due to the lack of any real big retail releases once again. What do you make of this little lineup? Were you planning to pick up any of the listed games? Vent your inevitable frustration in the comments section below.

European Trailer

North American Trailer

[via blog.eu.playstation.com, blog.us.playstation.com]