08-03-2010 03:33 PM
Way to little content for the price. Auto downloads every 48 hours instead of every 24, content updates every other week instead of every week, and even then you get barely anything. Just all the crap nobody buys.
Plus alot of the stuff is still overpriced. Like the Resistance 2 DLC, that game is like 2 YEARS OLD, give it to us free, cheap asses.
THANK GOD I only bought the 3 month subscription, because this is a complete rip off. Sony yet again fails to deliver...
08-03-2010 03:39 PM
08-03-2010 04:11 PM
now i love my psn+ very much. that's why i bought it the first day! to be honest plus is still early in its lifespan and i bought it hoping that finally sony have decided to fight and really battle with xbox live. i honestly thought that sony would have offered more to subscribers since live is really hot in terms of presentation and content. mind you, live does not give you much free stuff like plus does. but the free stuff that i've gotten from psn+ are not all that great since wipeout HD. on top of all that we are getting lots of old games that ppl don't really care about. now if sony really wanted to get ppl to subscribe to plus they should make it irresistable and juicy for ppl. give us more current stufff. much more discounts on most or all psn items, more features for the ps3. make ppl feel like they're missing out on something. you have to try much harder if you intend to compete with xbox live. to make things worse it started as a weekly update and now it's going to be bi-weekly. to me that's regressing and not progressing. i'm still hoping that you guys at sony make it much more worthwhile to have plus cuz right now the novelty is wearing off.
08-03-2010 09:13 PM
08-03-2010 10:00 PM
Playstation Plus has always been an average service. It's not terrible but it isn't amazing either. It's only for those who have the extra money and are frequent buyers of the Playstation Store. Value wise, you aren't being ripped off.
Yeah, it always has been, throughout its entire, extensive history of six weeks.