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#1 compl3x

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 23:33

Hi everyone! It’s that time of the month again where we update you on all the new PlayStation Plus updates coming your way in March.
There are three new PS3 game and two for PS Vita in the line-up for March, as well as awesome titles such as F1 Race Stars, Quantum Conundrum and Wipeout 2048 that are already available.
Coming soon on PlayStation 3

We are very happy to announce that as of 6th March, for one month only, you can download acclaimed action RPG Mass Effect 3 as part of your PlayStation Plus subscription!
Developed by the very talented team at Bioware, this title completes the franchise in stunning form. The game plunges you into an all-out galactic war to take back earth from a terrifying enemy. It’s truly a first class RPG experience so make sure you check it out.

And if that’s not enough Mass Effect action for you, we’ve teamed up with our friends at publisher EA to offer great discounts on both Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, for both Plus members and standard users. We’ll confirm details shortly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7kE0ISSxfE


Also dropping into the service on 6th March is the beautifully designed fighter Dead or Alive 5 from Tecmo Koei.

Featuring a range of game modes, the game picks up two years after the destruction of the tri- tower – headquarters and symbol of DOATEC. Helena Douglas has begun the task of rebuilding DOATEC, this time with the aim of using its technology for peaceful ends. Now in the same position once held by her father, Helena has announced that she intends to hold the fifth Dead or Alive tournament.



Your final PS3 offering for the month is the incredibly fun Joe Danger 2: The Movie. Picking up where the chart-topping, award-winning original left off, JD2 takes the world’s most determined stuntman to Hollywood. You’ll have to out run an avalanche as a skiing secret agent, take on laser spewing robots whilst flying a jetpack, or even become a water-skiing, sky-diving, quad-biking, dinosaur-dodging jungle adventurer.




Coming soon on PS Vita

First up for PS Vita on 13th March is Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Bundling together the second and third games in Hideo Kojima’s beloved series, this is surely the definitive handheld Metal Gear experience, boasting well over 30 hours of gameplay.



And last but certainly not least, on 20th March addictive puzzle platform title Puddle will join the PS Vita service. Conserve as much liquid as possible when crossing a variety of obstacles such as burning passageways, carnivorous plants and electric currents as you guide a puddle of fluid through 49 levels using the system’s rear touch pad and tilt functionality.

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As usual, over the coming weeks you can also expect exclusive PS Plus discounts on lots of other products, including discounts on Dead or Alive 5 and Big Sky Infinity DLC. From 27th February we also have a 40% discount on the brilliant Far Cry 3 courtesy of our friends at Ubisoft, and we’ll also be offering you the Dust 514 Starter Pack DLC for free for two weeks! We’ll update you on these offers and more in the weekly Store posts.

In summary

Leaving PS Plus in March:


6th March: Sleeping Dogs

6th March: Vanquish

6th March: LIMBO

13th March: Wipeout 2048

20th March: Lumines Electronic Symphony



Entering PS Plus in March:


6th March: Mass Effect 3

6th March: Dead or Alive 5

6th March: Joe Danger 2

13th March: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection

20th March: Puddle



If you are not currently a Plus member, visit our PlayStation Plus site to find out more about the service. Here you’ll learn all you need to know about the Instant Game Collection, which gives members access to at least 14 games at any one time and up to 65 games across the course of a 12 month subscription – all for a one-off payment of just £39.99.
Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store.

http://blog.eu.plays...r-march-update/


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Another round of good offerings. MGS HD. I am glad I didn't go out and buy a copy.


#2 virtorio

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 23:52

Oh yeah PS Plus is great; I was just thinking I need to get around to buying ME3.

#3 MightyJordan

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 01:17

Holy f**k, great lineup! Slightly kicking myself now for buying Joe Danger 2 recently (along with the first one), but Dead or Alive 5 will make up for that. :p

Nice to see the MGS HD Collection come up too for the Vita. I'm happy with the PS3 version myself, but all these Vita games being added to my collection make me even more tempted to buy a Vita. The day they finally announce a price cut for the UK, I'll be all over it.

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 12:39

Anyone playing DOA 5 or Joe Danger? Or any ME3 MP?

#5 D. S.

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 19:35

I'm liking DOA5 a lot. The combat system is a bit similar to VF5:FS but without having to worry so much about timings. It's quite enjoyable.