16w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Morgan Haro has announced that Plants vs. Zombies is free for subscribers as part of this weeks content update.
To quote: Hopefully you've been digging into some of the free PlayStation Plus content this month including Vanquish, Mega Man Maverick Hunter X, and indie-hit Closure. This week, we're excited to bring the crowd-pleasing Plants Vs. Zombies on PS Vita to the Instant Game Collection.
In addition, there are some fantastic sales to jump on as well including the Gamers' Choice Awards discounts (winners announced tomorrow) and the PS Vita Anniversary Sale celebrating PS Vita's first year. Read on to learn more about these exceptional sales.
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February 26th PlayStation Plus Update
Plants Vs. Zombies (PS Vita)
PSN Price: $10.49, Free for PS Plus members
Popcap's irreverent take on the real time strategy genre is yours to play free on your PS Vita starting this week as a PS Plus member. At first glance, you may think it's...
92w ago - Capcom Product Manager Mike Lunn has announced today that Resident Evil 4 hits PSN on Tuesday, and confirmed that PlayStation Plus subscribers are entitled to 50% off the game.
To quote: Now's your chance to relive one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. Resident Evil 4 HD will be released via PlayStation Network on Tuesday, September 20th.
Five years after the Raccoon City outbreak, Leon S. Kennedy is back in action and on a new assignment. The President's daughter has been kidnapped by a mysterious cult in Europe and it's your mission to rescue her and make it out alive.
The entire Resident Evil 4 experience (including all bonus content from previous versions) has been remastered in high definition and will be a treat for both new fans and RE veterans.
The Resident Evil franchise had its beginnings on PlayStation 15 years ago and to help celebrate we're offering some sweet Resident Evil deals for PlayStation fans. At launch we're going to be giving everyone five free RE4 avatars to anyone who purchases Resident Evil 4 HD.
On top of that, all PlayStation Plus subscribers will get 50 percent off the price of Resident Evil 4 HD, bringing it down to just $9.99! To help get you caught up on the series leading up to RE4, we're offering the PSone...
93w ago - Today PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen has outlined the PlayStation Plus September 2011 offers for subscribers, as follows:
Before we get to what's coming to PlayStation Plus, we wanted to let you know that starting today, we're making a slight change to how we communicate PlayStation Plus updates.
Instead of posting twice per month on what's coming to Plus, we're going to be making one post that gives an overview of all the content that's hitting Plus in that particular month.
So today's post will cover content coming in September, and the next post will hit in the first Monday of October. Of course, with every week's Store Update post, you'll know what's going on the Store for Plus on that week.
Now to the good stuff! We've got some great content this month coming free to Plus subscribers including PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies, the furious shoot-em-up Astro Tripper, and the final game in the SEGA Genesis Collection, Altered Beast. The value of all three of these titles adds up to more than a $24 savings, which doesn't include the additional minis and PSone Classics you'll get this month too.
This month also marks a special occasion as we're celebrating the Resident Evil 15th Anniversary with PSone Classics: Resident Evil Director's Cut, Resident Evil...
150w ago - Update: According to Sony's Jeff Rubenstein via Examiner.com, it appears PSN ID changes may not be coming for PlayStation Plus subscribers after all, to quote: "It's an idea that's been brought up multiple times, and it's something I'd like to see as well. I don't think there are any current plans to enact this, however. I'll bring it up again, though."
According to rumors from a Dutch site, North American and European PlayStation Plus subscribers may soon be able to change their PSN ID names similar to what Japanese PlayStation Network users can already do.
Below is a 'proof video' on How to Change Your PlayStation Network ID courtesy of MATTORULZ via YouTube along with a rough English translation, to quote:
"According to some PS3 hackers who wish to remain anonymous and are in a PS3 development chat channel on EFnet, there are traces of an upcoming PSN feature for Americans and Europeans.
It is about changing your nickname PlayStation Network, and will 'Change display name' to be named.
But what many people probably already know, is the fact that this very very long one feature of the Japanese PlayStation...