Neoseeker : News : PlayStation Plus February preview adds Outlast, Metro: Last Light, Remember Me, more
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Mirage Jan 31, 14
I'm actually let down at how lacking the PS-store has been on the PS4 front so far. The weekly updates have been awful and there hasn't been any PS+ content that I've been interested in. Am I right in thinking I can't even purchase a new avatar for my PS4 profile yet?
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Chris Jan 31, 14
Modnation Racers is a great game. I played the original one when it first came out and after the first week or two of server problems, once able to get online, it was incredibly fun. It had elements of Mario Kart thrown in there and endless customisation for vehicles and characters. Really great fun.
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ImmoStride Jan 31, 14
Far better than this months lineup when it comes to PS3, PayDay and Metro look really good and worthwhile, wish I could say the same thing about Forgettabley Average: The Game.
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Shave ya Head Jan 31, 14
I'll echo what others are saying. Metro is an incredible game. My goty for last year.
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dilute Jan 31, 14
When I saw Remember Me, I really laughed out loud It's just a joke between friends though.
I'm trying my best to get a PS+ now. Really want to play Modnation Racers, but the others seem really good too =D
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Wakaman Jan 30, 14
Metro alone should be incentive enough to get PS+. What an amazing game. It has it all, great atmosphere, the story is very good, and dear lord the graphics. I love that game so much. It was amazing on PC.
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RabidChinaGirl Jan 30, 14
Metro, Outlast, and Remember Me are all amazing-as-hell games. Highly recommend.
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rpg Jan 30, 14
sooo good ^.^
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