Remember Me, Metro: Last Light Go Free On PS Plus In February

By Ishaan . January 30, 2014 . 10:45am


Sony have shared a list of games that will be made available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers in February in North America. The list includes:


  • Metro Last Light (PS3)
  • Remember Me (PS3)
  • Outlast (PS4)
  • PayDay 2 (PS3)
  • Street Fighter X Tekken (PSV)
  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip (PSV)


You can view a trailer containing clips of these games above.

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  • Kamakuma

    Holy cow… This might be the first time im downloading all the ps+ games well except for outlast since I don’t have a ps4.

    Seriously looking forward to adding to my never ending backlog though. :’3

    • DemonShadowX

      I only have Remember Me from when I picked it up for like $12 a few months back. This is a good month, dunno if I’ll ever get to the games though….. My Backlog…..

      • Kamakuma

        Where did you find it at that price?! Everywhere I go I see it for like $40-50 used… >_>

        • DemonShadowX

          It was during a PSN sale….. Wanna say it was in October or November.

    • Akimitsu

      Still smart to add them to your download list, which is what I do even though I don’t own a Vita or PS4. If I ever do get either of those systems, then I will have extra games to play.

    • pixxxelz

      You can still add PlayStation 4 games to your download list in the ps web store,that way you can just download them for free whenever you get a ps4

  • DemonShadowX

    The backlog……. It Hurts…….. Must start……..Maybe after LoS2 and FFX&X-2HD……… Hopefully……

  • Judgephoenix

    I don’t have any of these LOL time to download XD

  • It’s hilarious how I refused to buy PS Plus before the PS4 came out, but now that I have it because had to get it to play online on the PS4, it really has paid off for me in the last few months lol. Time to download Remember Me soon =)

  • pixxxelz

    God damn! Before I join PS plus I had control over my backlog now I don’t even know anymore just today I’m gonna start dragons dogma and they gave that one months ago!! And now with toukiden,dangarompa and FF X/X2. >_< too many games and no time to play them. I wish I had something like these when I was a kid

    • Yan Zhao

      Amen, backlogs were nonexistent as a kid almost :<

  • Godman

    JACKPOT ding ding ding
    thats three more games on my PS3 I had plans on getting
    I can play with my friend payday 2 and I have Outlast to last me
    and the worse part is I havent even started on Disgaea D2 :P

  • Shippoyasha

    Metro has to be way up there for one of the most overlooked gems of last gen even if the game comes up a lot in ‘overlooked games’ discussions. Remember Me was pretty flawed but an interesting and worthy play. Pretty perfect for PS Plus.

    Cool that PS4 gets a perfected Outlast. Seems like PS4 is getting a lot of survival style games.

    SFxTekken is a fun game. Kind of unfairly vilified for reused assets and gem system which were valid points but the game is a lot of fun to play. Alpha style juggles galore. Shame that the game isn’t considered exciting to watch in pro level play. But a solid one for casual players.

    • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

      Classifying Metro is last gen is only the case if you played on consoles. The graphics on PC maxed out rival most games on the market, it is a next gen PC game.

      • Shippoyasha

        Yeah, it can easily pass as a next gen game for sure. Though the series so far has catered quite nicely for lasr gen too. Nobody has any excuse skipping it if they like suspenseful FPS.

  • z_merquise

    Those are really nice offer especially that I haven’t played any of those yet.

    SFxT Vita had all of the DLC characters unlocked, right?

    • Phill XVII

      Even better. The Charakter DLC for the PS3 Version is also included.

  • TheExile285

    Metro LL, Remember Me & SxT for me. I swear, PS+ is the mortal enemy of backlog lol.

    • DemonShadowX

      Very true. I highly doubt I WILL EVER clear my backlog at this rate.

    • SlickRoach

      A backlog of feels for this comment, it’s so true how many games I’ve bought day one and haven’t even beaten yet.

    • ishyg

      My PS3 backlog is so massive already that I wish I have a working PS3 right now…

    • Jeffrey Thrash

      Sometimes I wake up in the night screaming…screaming…because XCOM is still sitting in the dark recesses of my PSN Download List. Also haven’t finished Jet Set Radio and I should really consider trying to re-download and finish Valkyria Chronicles 2. I keep telling myself “after my latest PS+ game,” but the avalanche just keeps coming…

      That, my friends, is the very definition of a first-world problem.

  • Yan Zhao

    lol I can finally play Remember Me. Cause I certainly aint paying money for a game that threw a way a great concept in favor of a crappy brawler.

    • Ashilyn

      Threw away what great concept? The wakeboarding game it was originally concepted as? News flash: Remember Me pretty much always had the brawling gameplay. get over it.

    • Göran Isacson

      Kinda curious now: what was the original concept?

      • Yan Zhao

        The whole memory rewriting thing was a great concept, but it was barely present in the actual game. It was basically pushed to the sideline in favor of a mediocre brawler gameplay.

        • neo_firenze

          The memory rewriting thing was an interesting idea, but it really wasn’t very fun to play. It’s a gimmick that just wasn’t very compelling from a gameplay perspective. I really don’t know that the game could have handled more focus on that aspect, and I’m not sure there was a lot they could do to make it more exciting (than the rather slow rewind > alter the scene > replay loop that they included).

          I guess maybe they could have made it a straight up puzzle/adventure a la Ghost Trick, but I really don’t feel like the brawler gameplay was out of place at all. The fighting wasn’t amazing, but wasn’t really majorly flawed either, and it fits well to balance the game.

          Story/setting were the real draw for me, I really enjoyed the developers’ vision for Neo Paris.

          • Yan Zhao

            Thats what I was getting at. If they just focused on making the memory rewriting part of the game better and as the primary game, it would’ve turned out a lot better, because it would’ve been a good way to tell the story.

        • Göran Isacson

          Aah, that part. It always feels like if you have something that experimental, it really needs to be front and center of the gameplay experience if you want it to have proper depth. The game COULD have been both a great brawler and have an interesting memory rewrite mechanic, but that would have required a bigger budget and a far more experienced crew. I think I kinda dialed my expectations down the minute I realized this would be their first game: ain’t no way they can do both parts good at the first try. Kinda sad, but it is what it is.

  • neo_firenze

    Remember Me is really worth a play, it’s an interesting game that actually feels original, and has minimal additional DLC (and nothing particularly important). I know it’s popular to complain about Capcom, but I have to give them some credit for making some effort to publish some interesting original titles like this, Asura’s Wrath, and Dragon’s Dogma instead of solely relying on sequels.

    Since I’ve already played Remember Me and Metro: Last Light, I guess that leaves me looking forward to Outlast the most. I was ready to pay money for that one, but glad I won’t have to :)

    • foopy

      My major complaint about Remember Me is that I wanted more of it. I find the milieu interesting, and Nilin’s story kind of squeaks right through it.

      Sadly (and here’s the part where we complain about Capcom) I don’t think the game made anywhere near enough money for Capcom to think about a sequel.

    • k.b.a.

      i know they tried something new. but in the process was it good? i’m asking earnestly, because from what i’ve seen and what i’ve heard, that’s one thing the game was lacking.

      • neo_firenze

        I enjoyed it, mainly for the story and setting. The fighting gameplay wasn’t bad, but wasn’t great either – the combo strings were sort of basic and it seemed like they could have done more with it. The memory rewind sequences were kinda gimmicky.

        I think that the story was enough to elevate an average game to something more worthwhile. Maybe not worth $60, but definitely not a waste of time if you’re getting it for free on Plus.

  • Juan Manuel M. Suárez

    I bought SFxT when it came out but I’ll say this; it’s a bit of an underappreciated game. It may not be the end all be all of fighting games, but it gets addictive fast. It’s a great deal for people who don’t have it yet~.

  • Kumiko Akimoto

    Well umm i guess that’s a good vita line up-sigh-

  • Demeanor

    That’s really some great value there.
    As for me, I’m not scared of PS Plus goodies backlog-wise, it’s Feb and March that will undoubtedly kill me… XD

  • konsama

    Looking forward for Remember Me and Modnation Racers.

  • xavier axol

    I don’t REMEMBER ME!, but I will make sure to pick it up once it hits the psn.

  • ragingmerifes

    Six more to the backlog.

  • Audie Bakerson

    Games I own or are supposed to be not very good. Ughh.

  • Anime10121

    Good deal! Decent selection of games, though hopefully Outlast is better than Dont Starve, as I didnt really “get” the point of the latter…

  • ishyg

    Oh great. Another fighting game. Sometimes I wish I was great with the genre. Oh well, at least I got a racing game for a change…oh wait…

  • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

    Looking forward to playimg Outlast again and getting trophies this time. Scarriest game I have played in 22 years, scarrier than Amnesia was in many ways, though both are very scary.

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