07-01-2013 05:56 PM
Oh I'm in Europe.. I wanted Metal Slug though..
Sure I'll take Payday though... But Metal Slug is the best arcade game ever.. I spent many days.. late for school playing that
Do you not see the URL above? US.playstation. These are the the forums for NA, you're on the wrong site.
I know. I know.
I'm not going over there though. Ever.
07-01-2013 07:08 PM
07-01-2013 08:34 PM
07-01-2013 08:50 PM
07-01-2013 08:57 PM
Why are the US and EU updates different?
New PS+ games for EU July
Payday: The Heist
Saints Row: The Third
Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus
Heh. Really wanted Metal Slug too...
I wish I had the Europe right now actually. I really want Unit 13 and Ninja Gaiden
07-01-2013 09:02 PM
07-01-2013 09:18 PM
Since this month sucks for Vita users, I think the PS+ staff needs some guidance:
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection - EU already got it. Would be the ideal candidate because 1) It's not Cross-Buy, so PS3 users with the collection already are probably hesitant to buy it even if they'd really like to play it on their Vita, 2) it would introduce people to the MGS series that may never have played it, which would be very beneficial if a future MGS title is in the works for Vita, and 3) it's highly rated and provides hours upon hours of gameplay with the multiple titles rolled into one.
LBP Vita - Since LBP2 left the PS3 IGC, it would be the perfect time to add this to the IGC. If Gravity Rush and/or Uncharted:GA leave the IGC, it's also a big enough title to be used for PS+ promo materials. It may also provide a bit of good marketing/promoting for Media Molecule's upcoming Vita-exclusive Tearaway. One of the reasons I bought Guacamelee! on Day One was because I absolutely loved Drinkbox's earlier title, Mutant Blobs From Space, which was in the Vita IGC back in November.
Escape Plan or Little Deviants - lumping them both together because my reasoning behind them is the same: both titles were part of the original marketing of the Vita, particularly shown off because of their utilization of Vita's exclusive features (such as the back touchscreen). Reviews were only mediocre and anyone who wanted them probably already owns them, so offering them for "free" wouldn't hurt future sales that much.
Rayman Origins - Rayman Legends has been confirmed for Vita, so this would be a good way to get people interested, similar to how Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus was offered prior to NGSP2's release.
LEGO The Lord of the Rings - LEGO Batman 2 has a bundle, otherwise I'd say that since LOTR is newer. But similar to Rayman Origins, with LEGO Marvel Super Heroes expected at the end of the year, it would be a good way to get interest.