PlayStation Plus

November 2015 PS Plus Games Revealed

After a bit of a delay and some leaks November’s PlayStation Plus line-up has been revealed over on the PlayStation Blog. Headlining next month’s free games is The Walking Dead Season 2 – which was highly critically acclaimed upon its completion last August. Also on the PlayStation 4 is Paradox Interactive’s sequel to the 2011 co-op action adventure original.  PS3 owners will receive Bioware’s excellent RPG sequel Mass Effect 2 and Ubisoft’s Beyond Good & Evil HD,...

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PlayStation Plus Review: PS4 October 2015

In a slight change of pace, Sony decided to give us PlayStation Plus users a chance to delve into some great indie titles for the PlayStation 4: Broken Age and Super Meat Boy, both games I have never given myself the chance to play. I find that, usually, the PlayStation Plus titles were merely alright – while they’re great by indie standards and stand the test of time, for some of them, they didn’t always hit home with me...

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PlayStation Plus Has Been Going Strong For 5 Years

It’s hard to believe that it has been 5 years since Sony introduced PlayStation Plus. Long before the instant games collection went live in 2012 or the PS+ requirement for online play on PlayStation 4 went into effect PS+ has been offering subscribers discounts on digital content across all of Sony’s consoles. In a brief blog post Sony touched upon the fact that they’ve been able to provide subscribers with 350 games since the services launch. They’ve...

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Driveclub PS+ Edition Coming Tomorrow, No Online Mode For Most

DriveClub’s free PlayStation Plus version will be launching tomorrow on the North American PlayStation Store Evolution Studios has announced. This free version of Sony’s latest racer comes a full eight months after the release of the full retail version and more than two years after DriveClub was announced alongside the PlayStation 4. Evolution says that they needed the extra time to ensure that their multiplayer servers were up to handling the potentially millions of gamers eligible for...

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Jan 15 PS Plus Games – Infamous: First Light & More

It’s a brand new year and more importantly a brand new month and that means a whole crop of new PlayStation Plus games to try out. InFamous, one of Sony’s premiere first party franchises makes the jump to the instant game collection with a gratis copy of Infamous: First Light. That’s not all Sony has in store, read on to find out what other surprises await PlayStation 3 and PS Vita owners.

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Metro and Outlast Added to PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection

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Sony has added a few more games to their PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection, which will be available to donwload after today’s store update. One of the two new games will be PlayStation 4 title Outlast with PS3 game Metro: Last Light filling in the other slot. Also a few game discounts are also being dished out. Check out the list below. Outlast (PS4) Outlast Hell is an experiment you can’t survive in Outlast, a first-person survival...

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Sony Previews January’s PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection

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Sony unveiled the January lineup of their Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus members on Thursday. The list includes several PS3 and PS Vita titles as well as one game for the PS4. For PlayStation 3 owners three titles will be available with two of those blockbuster games. DMC Devil May Cry and BioShock Infinite will be available in January as well as Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. PlayStation Vita owners will be able to download...

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Soul Sacrifice Now Available On PlayStation Plus

Did you miss out on Keiji Inafune’s last post mega man project, Soul Sacrifice? Sony has posted this latest Vita exclusive role-playing game for all PlayStation Plus subscribers to enjoy. We don’t know how long the game will be available so you should grab it as soon as possible – sometimes free games are available for a few months and other times they’re gone after only a few short weeks. The install clocks in at about 1.8...

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Sine Mora Is The Latest Gratis Game on PlayStation Plus

The PlayStation Vita suffered a bit of a drought this past summer but now with new releases like Killzone: Mercenary & Dragon’s Crown on the shelves and YS just on the horizon, we finally have some new retail games to play. Well, Sony is upping the ante for those of us looking for digital games with the announcement that Grasshopper Manufacture’s 2012 shoot’em up Sine Mora will be available free of charge for PlayStation Plus subscribers starting...

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Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny Free On PlayStation Plus

PSP and PS Vita owners looking for something new to play can download Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny for free as long as they are PlayStation Plus subscribers. Regularly this portable fighter retails for $39.99 on the PS Store, so its quite a value,. Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny was originally released on September 1st 2009, and features quick match mode, which pits the player against a number of A.I opponets, a tutorial mode similar to weapons mater mode, from Soulcalbur...

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Here Are Your PlayStation Plus Contest Winners

Our PlayStation Plus contest has come to an end. I apologize in taking an extra 12 hours in getting these winners out. We had quite a few entries through social media – with about a dozen likes on Facebook and just as many re-tweets on Twitter. Without further-a-do our two winners are Matt Bassett, who entered via email, and Terry WIlliams (aka @Moononite on twitter) who re-tweeted our original post. Look for more giveaways coming very soon....

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The 2012 Top Five

Editor’s note: Staff at Broken Joysticks will be sharing their top five games, or game related stories, from 2012 throughout the week. We’re starting the feature with the top five from our contributing reviewer, Jason Fayta. It’s hard to believe 2012 is over, and it’s equally hard to believe we’re already two weeks into 2013. Overall, I found 2012 to be a solid year for releases, but I can’t say there was a title I was completely enamored...

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