Playstation Plus (PS+) IGC <US/EU> [OT] The Best Things in Life are *Free

Wow, they actually wasted a slot with Knack? That's worse than usual. A bad game that's been sub 5$ like 10 times by now? Who is that aimed at?

PS+ since launch and Resogun and Rocket League are still the only good ones I've gotten through + that I can remember.
Transistor
Transformers Devastation
Deus Ex Mankind Divided
Tearaway Unfolded
Geometry Wars 3

Maybe they weren't your cup of tea.
 
Gave Rime a good 90 mins tonight, worst thing I've played this gen, I feel bad for giving that long.

These sorta games are normally right up my street but besides it being pretty there's nothing else to it.

Thank you PS+ you saved me from chucking my money away.
 
Gave Rime a good 90 mins tonight, worst thing I've played this gen, I feel bad for giving that long.
Same scenario, but I enjoyed it quite a lot. Great animations for an indie game, very pleasant presentation, good soundtrack, no map (so I actually have to memorise shit).

I'd have liked some kind of survival options, sleep, food and all that. It was so immersive that I actually felt like I need to find a place to sleep when it got dark for the first time. :D
 

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Transistor
Transformers Devastation
Deus Ex Mankind Divided
Tearaway Unfolded
Geometry Wars 3

Maybe they weren't your cup of tea.
Well in most (all?) of those cases, they were released on PS+ well after they'd been available for cheap. Which I guess is my core issue with it, they're constantly releasing games that if I am interested them, I've already played them. There's not many games I want to play that I wait 2+ years to buy...

Which is why Resogun and Rocket League were so good, PS+ at release.
 
Same scenario, but I enjoyed it quite a lot. Great animations for an indie game, very pleasant presentation, good soundtrack, no map (so I actually have to memorise shit).

I'd have liked some kind of survival options, sleep, food and all that. It was so immersive that I actually felt like I need to find a place to sleep when it got dark for the first time. :D
I remember the first trailer (?) I think it had ghosts coming out at night or something, I thought that was still in there.

I can see why you like those things, I normally like these kind of games for the same reasons and visually it is lovely but I just didn't click with literally everything else.
 
Let's beg for this now: where is The Order 1886?
In the under $10 bin at Gamestop? Who hasn't played this that wants to by now?

Dull gameplay aside, I actually liked The Order. The graphics are the best I've ever seen, and it's incredibly cinematic. With that said, I'm glad this studio has moved on to better things. Lone Echo is incredible.
 
In the under $10 bin at Gamestop? Who hasn't played this that wants to by now?

Dull gameplay aside, I actually liked The Order. The graphics are the best I've ever seen, and it's incredibly cinematic. With that said, I'm glad this studio has moved on to better things. Lone Echo is incredible.
I want it on Plus. It's the destiny of the Order.
 
Admittedly I didn't get much further than you but after the fourth repeated door perspective puzzle I had enough.
damn, that doesn't sound good. between this and Knack not really clicking with me, this month seems kinda meh. But I haven't tried the two Vita games yet.
 
I'm enjoying Rime even though some puzzles are incredibly stupid. I mean since nothing is explained some solutions are stuff you wouldn't just expect and it's off putting.

I expected to dislike it though since I heard it was similar to The Last Guardian which I despised.
 
Just finished Rime today and it was pretty medicare, tbh.

I'm enjoying Rime even though some puzzles are incredibly stupid. I mean since nothing is explained some solutions are stuff you wouldn't just expect and it's off putting.

I expected to dislike it though since I heard it was similar to The Last Guardian which I despised.
This sums up what I feel about this game.

Even you can beat the game without map.
 
Just finished RiME. Beautiful looking game (dat perfomance, tho) and pretty nice music. Gameplay-wise it wasn't anything special, but the ending made up for it. It blew me away to be honest. Wasn't expecting this at all.
 
Man... Rime is pretty dissapointing. The puzzles are so trivial and.. not fun?
I liked it for its light puzzles and visuals. I hadn't played it in a long time since last year really, but there are more light puzzle stuff in the later parts of the game.
 
Gave Rime a good 90 mins tonight, worst thing I've played this gen, I feel bad for giving that long.

These sorta games are normally right up my street but besides it being pretty there's nothing else to it.

Thank you PS+ you saved me from chucking my money away.
Sad to hear this :( I wanted to play it.
 
So is Rime performance really bad? It seems stuttery all over on a Pro.

Kingdoms is great, though it gets fairly complex and tedious fast.
 
The thing about Rime is that it comes from a small team punching a bit above their weight. I think it is a good game with good ideas but there is rough edges all over.

Stuff like this is still cool though,,,

 
Hey guys, I'm most likely getting a PS4 this month, and am goona subscribe to PS+ to get Bloodborne and Ratchet and Clank. However, the last PS system I had was the PS2, so I'm kind of a noob right now. I'm also not in touch how these services work because the only current gen console I own is the Switch. My question (or questions) regards how ownership functions on PS Plus. So I download the game in March and am able to keep it as long as I am subscribed to the service? So, if I my sub expires, I will not be able to access Bloodborne anymore? And, if it expires, and then I buy the sub again a few months later, am I still gonna have Bloodborne, or not anymore?

Other questions: Is there a free trial period? Could I get Bloodborne via that?

Also, do I need the sub to play Fortnite, for example?

EDIT: added a question.
 
My question (or questions) regards how ownership functions on PS Plus. So I download the game in March and am able to keep it as long as I am subscribed to the service?
Yes.

So, if I my sub expires, I will not be able to access Bloodborne anymore?
Correct.

And, if it expires, and then I buy the sub again a few months later, am I still gonna have Bloodborne, or not anymore?
If you resubscribe, all your previous PS+ games become playable again.

Other questions: Is there a free trial period? Could I get Bloodborne via that?
There's a 14-day free trial in EU store at least, should give you full access to the current games.

Also, do I need the sub to play Fortnite, for example?
You don't need PS+ for online free to play games, so Fortnite Battle Royale works without a subscription. The paid PvE mode would require one though.
 
Yes.


Correct.


If you resubscribe, all your previous PS+ games become playable again.


There's a 14-day free trial in EU store at least, should give you full access to the current games.


You don't need PS+ for online free to play games, so Fortnite Battle Royale works without a subscription. The paid PvE mode would require one though.
Thank you so much for taking the time! It looks like my pre-conceptions were pretty much right!
 
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