Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection Free On PlayStation Plus

By Ishaan . September 3, 2013 . 11:50am

Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection will be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in the U.S. this month, Sony have announced. In addition, PS Plus subscribers can also avail discounts on a number of other games. These can be found below:


Puppeteer (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $35.99, Regular Price: $39.99

F1 2013 (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $53.99, Regular Price: $59.99

F1 2013 Classic (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $67.49, Regular Price: $74.99

Kickbeat (PS3/PSV) – PS Plus Price: $7.99, Regular Price: $9.99

Retro City Rampage (PS3/PSV) – PS Plus Price: $8.99, Regular Price: $14.99

Zombie Driver HD (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.99, Regular Price: $9.99


The above offers will kick off later today when Sony update the PlayStation Store. Note that both Puppeteer and F1 2013 can’t be purchased yet, just pre-ordered. More details on the above games are available at the PlayStation Blog.


  • Nice. Never got to try these games. Quick question, can I use a regular controller or is it move only?

    • KuroNathan

      totally possible to beat the game with normal controller, but the extra stages might be harder.

  • TheExile285

    Just Rayman Orings and RE for me this month.

    I did just buy Meruru Plus on the PSN though.

    • Malon

      I want Meruru Plus SO BAAAAD, I love Totori Plus and from what I heard, Meruru is even better.
      Can you confirm this to me in a few days/weeks ?

      • TheExile285

        If I remember sure. I have college though so hopefully be able to play it.

        Just like Totori it has DLC costumes attached to it till the end of the month for free.

        Reply to my post again in like a week.

      • TheExile285

        So far, I really like the game. The premise is around using alchemy to build up your kingdom. Only played an hour so far but all the menus are cleaner and more visually appealing than in Totori IMO.

        I also like Meruru more than Totori. She is a lot more spunky.

    • Pdugna

      what is Meruru even about? I googled it but all I seen was Alchemy?

      • TheExile285

        Totori Plus was about an alchemist who wanted to become a mercenary like her mother and does so by preforming quests, synthesizing and explore the world. End game she always pursues the mystery of what happens to her mother.

        The story for the game isn’t an epic saving the world type thing. Basically its just about To tori and her interactions with her friends as she strives to become an alchemist.

        The structure of the game is very gameplay oriented. The “story” is simply portrayed through events with other characters. The game has a time management system. Everything takes time; gathering items, synthesis and alchemy.

        The reason why I just explained Atelier Totori is because I’ve only played 30 minutes of Meruru so far and I’m not sure what the plot is yet but from what I’ve read, both hands have same gameplay style. I will say that Meruru has a cleaner menu setup and personally I like Meruru as a main character more than Totori.

        Alchemy is the biggest part if the game. The battle is OK but you don’t fight bosses often and most of the one you do are optional bosses you find when exploring. The alchemy system is very addicting and fun IMO.

        I recommend looking at some reviews for reference.

    • Can’t wait until we get Meruru tomorrow! I’ve been looking forward to it for months.

  • Juan Andrés Valencia

    A minor warning about Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. You know how people complain about shaky cam in films? Well picture that with more motion blur in an on-rails shooter and you can easily guess that people with motion sickness should stay away.

    It’s a shame since I love the game.

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