Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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The PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection has been updated in the Sony Computer Entertainment Europe region to include Square Enix's Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

The sci-fi action game will be available to PS Plus subscribers until the beginning of August.

In addition, PS Plus members can also enjoy a 50 per cent discount on the Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC packs: The Explosion Mission Pack, the Explosive Mission and Tactical Enhancement Pack, and The Missing Link pack. These packs will be discounted for the next two weeks.

And finally, the original Deus Ex (PS2 version) is being offered at 50 per cent off its regular price.

Regarding the next PS Plus update, Sony says Chime Super Deluxe and Warhammer 40:000: Space Marine will be making way for two new titles on July 18.

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pblive

I share the enthusiasm for the service, though they're skimping on the promise of Betas at the moment, I still think we should have had first access to LBP Vita.
Posted 08:24 on 05 July 2012
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altaranga

Brilliant.

You are a marketing man's dream.
Posted 07:55 on 05 July 2012
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BC_Animus

I've always been a fan of the PSN+, and I'm really not sure why people are complaining about it.

The whole point of the PSN+ service is I thought was to beef up your PSN experience by offering exclusive access to betas and demos, cloud saving, auto updates, auto patches, and exclusive discounts in the PSN Store. Free titles they keep offering are just addon bonuses IMO.

And yes, they ARE free because I paid for the PSN+ services, and not the titles themselves.
Posted 05:39 on 05 July 2012
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pblive

:D
Posted 14:34 on 04 July 2012
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altaranga

It's not free if you have to pay for it. That's my point. And I believe it is fairly simple to understand. Call it semantics if you like. I call it stating the obvious.

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Originally Posted by pblive
pay £39.99 and get 45 free top quality games

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Originally Posted by What pblive should have said
pay £39.99 and get 45 top quality games

I'm not saying it's not a bargain. I'm just saying it's not free.
Posted 14:17 on 04 July 2012
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rbevanx

Exactly my point lol
Posted 12:27 on 04 July 2012
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pblive

But you wouldn't get laughed at if you said 'Tesco Saved me 5p'.
Posted 12:25 on 04 July 2012
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rbevanx@ pblive

Well you are just gonna get laughed at if you go into Tesco buy an apple from them when it's more in Sainsburys for example and say "Tesco gave me 5P"
Posted 12:03 on 04 July 2012
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pblive

My point is that 'free' is just an easier term to use, whether or not the semantics are correct or not. Altaranga is right, but I just don't think it amounts to a hill of beans whether someone describes it this way or not.

I'd suggest that if you bought PS+ for the cloud services and other perks prior to the 45 game deal being announced they you might see these games as 'free' when they are actually more correctly described as a 100% discount on the store price. This also separates them from the other deals where you simply get a discount on the game through PS+

As I said, it's pretty much like people going around calling a Vacuum Cleaner a Hoover, which is factually wrong unless it is from Hoover.
Posted 11:58 on 04 July 2012
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rbevanx@ pblive

You are contracting for their service.

It may work out as "free" if you play the games or use the discounts but it's not free.

It's like me hiring contractors for my business and because my contractors did a better job than if had hired through individuals, the extras were free.

I would be saving money possibly but the extras I would not consider as free and I agree Guderman as that's how I see it.

Oddworld I almost paid ten quid for but then it was on PSN+ out of the blue and saved me forking out a tenner for it and I think its the same for other things.
Posted 11:42 on 04 July 2012
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pblive

I think it's great that you can pay £39.99 and get 45 free top quality games now, as opposed to the older PS+ that provided a mix of free PS1, free Mini and occasional free full games.

I do miss the minis though.
Posted 10:48 on 04 July 2012
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pblive

Just for those that gave me a TD:

Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Posted 09:54 on 04 July 2012
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pblive

It's free because no-one can be bothered to say 100% off, which is the official version. You might as well go around berating everyone who calls a Vacuum Cleaner a Hoover.
Posted 23:42 on 03 July 2012
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guyderman@ altaranga

Very true mate - not free at all, but a minimum of 45 games are going to be available this year throughout your £40 subscription period which makes each game about the same price as a Star Bar! (maybe a few pence dearer) - which isn't too bad really! I was a disbeliever too, but I am happy to be a PS+ subscriber now. True that if you choose to take a break from your subscription your games are no longer available, but if you choose to reactivate your subscription again at a later date every game you've had available before are made available for you to download again for 'Free' (or at least Star Bar Free).

I was talking about this at work the other day and it's amazing how much my gaming attitude has changed over the last year. Between PS+ and Lovefilm I have played nearly everything that I have wanted to this year and it has cost me less than £20 per month, (which also includes film rentals as well as games). I really thought that not having the games to keep would bother me as I was always one to buy new releases on day one and loved having shelves full of games, but it hasn't bothered me one little bit - and the extra money has come in very useful! I know that this style of playing games isn't for everyone, especially the game hoarders, and I think it deffo helps that I'm not an online gamer so things like online passes are not an issue for me but I know that I certainly won't be going back to the old days of desperately trying to get the cash together for day one purchases. It's really opened my eyes to the possibilities that services like Onlive may be able to offer me in the future for my gaming needs.

Sorry I digressed from the topic - errrr.... No, Not Free, but good value for money!
Posted 23:20 on 03 July 2012
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altaranga

By 'free' you don't actually mean 'free', right? I mean in the literal sense of the word. This is part of the PSN+ service for which you have to spend £40 for the privilege. And you don't actually ever own the game either, so it's sort of like renting it... for money.

It's a bit like saying spend £3 a month with Boomerang and they send you a free game. It's not really free at all, unless you don't include the spending money part in your equation I guess.
Posted 22:41 on 03 July 2012

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Release Date: 26/08/2011
Developer: Eidos Montreal
Publisher: Eidos Interactive
Genre: First Person Shooter
Rating: BBFC 15
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