Jet Set Radio Goes Free On PlayStation Plus This Month

By Ishaan . July 2, 2013 . 11:30am

Sony have announced the next batch of games that will be joining the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection in North America. The following games will be free to PS Plus members during the month of July:

 

Battlefield 3 (PS3) – $39.99, Free for PS Plus members

Metal Slug XX (PSP, works on Vita) – $19.99, Free for PS Plus members

Jet Set Radio (PS3) – $9.99, Free for PS Plus members

Dokuro (PS Vita) – $13.99, Free for PS Plus members

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD (PS3) – $9.99, Free for PS Plus members

 


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  • Holylifestar

    Could’ve swore this game was a PSP game or something?

    • Raoni Marques

      It was originially created for Sega’s Dreamcast, but last year an HD version was also released on 360, PS3 and Vita!

    • Brandon Fothergill

      You might think that because it was PS+ before (the Vita Version)

  • z_merquise

    These freebies are nice. I always wanted to try Battlefield and Dokuro. Having a Metal Slug game for a Vita is really cool too.

    • Aoshi00

      Dokuro is ok, I didn’t like it as much as I thought, pretty hard puzzles.. shouldn’t have imported it for $30 and just get it for free now :(.. I liked Limbo better..

  • http://www.mrtiredmedia.com/ NickyD

    I could’ve sworn you guys said that Virtue’s Last Reward was going up for free at some point, but it never did (or I missed it). Was that one just for Japan or something?

  • Lexaus_the_Alchemist

    Not bad. Metal Slug XX and Munch’s Oddysee shall be mine. Didn’t want to shell out too much in order to get XX and Anthology, but if they become free, who am I to say no?

  • Kevadu

    I’ve heard good things about Dokuro. I guess now I have an excuse to try it out.

  • Ivan Junior

    Dokuro is indeed very good. I played the japanese demo and it’s magical. Worth to try it out.

  • Micrll

    Bah! I just bought Jet Set Radio when it was on sale last week on XBLA. Oh well, I can get achievements instead :)
    Happy to See Dokuro, I have heard good things about it not too big on the rest, Battlefield 3 is not my cup o tea.

  • EtroAnime

    We need Jet Sed Radio Future release on PSN now, if possible.

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  • Herok♞

    Dear PS+ I recently got you after E3 and haven’t had time to enjoy the awesome stuff you have already given me, just stop and give me time to catch up

    From Herok a happy PS3 and Vita owner

    • Lynx

      Welcome to PS+.

      That’s all you need to worry about.

      Maybe space too.

    • Charles Parker

      Just download it now and you can redownload it anytime later if you’re still a PS+ member even if the game is off the free rotation. May sound obvious now, but I didn’t realize that at first.

      • Aoshi00

        Yeah, I’m always out of space for the big games, so I just d/l it and at least have it as purchased in history even though my HDD is running out of space (Infamous 2 was like 15Gb and SSIV like 20gb)..

        I wish they could make it easier to delete the Vita games though w/o deleting the save data.. I deleted my Uncharted Golden Abyss saves along w/ the digital game :(.. even though I have a physical copy..

        Jet Set Radio was free for Vita before and now the PS3 ver.. the XBLA ver seems to have more achievements for some reason, same for the Cave..

        • Charles Parker

          …hate to tell you this but you could have just backed up the Golden Abyss save data. Online storage of save data is one of the benefits you get with PS+.

          • Aoshi00

            yeah, I just never used that PS+ feature to back up my data online. Still, I didn’t know that my save data would be deleted as well when I was deleting the game, didn’t work that way on the PSP.. don’t know why they would be connected. I just want to make room on the memory by deleting a game (that is several Gb big, I only have a 16Gb), not my save data.. I once accidentally deleted my PS3 save data long ago when I deleted my user ID.. because on the 360 you could delete your gamertag and retrieve it later but the save files would be intact..

  • mockturtle

    On the one hand, now I feel stupid for having bought Dokuro.

    On the other hand, that game deserves all the money it can get, so I guess it’s alright.

  • Isaac Newton
  • Ben Sylvia

    Ugh, I’m sick of them only discounting or giving away for free the PS3 version of games and not the Vita version as well.

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