PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection & Sales: June 2016


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+Audioboxer

Funny thing is this is actually a good PS4 month for me. Haven't played Gone Home and as I'm a football guy can't remember the last NBA game I ever played. This one has some amazing reviews.

 

I'd never buy a basketball game so I guess one reason plus is here is to give me otherwise good games I'd never pay for myself.

 

Siren is like the last good Silent Hill game ever made as well.

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I own Siren, GoW and Deviants already, so it's a 50/50 month for me. Have hovered over the buy button for Echochrome a few times, so at least I missed one sting :p

 

Gone Home has some amazing reviews and won a lot of awards, but I've never been tempted to buy. Guess it's time to find out what all the hype is about. 2K16 I'm indifferent about; always played and enjoyed EA's basketball titles before they went down the tube.

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2 minutes ago, Audioboxer said:

Funny thing is this is actually a good PS4 month for me. Haven't played Gone Home and as I'm a football guy can't remember the last NBA game I ever played. This one has some amazing reviews.

 

I'd never buy a basketball game so I guess one reason plus is here is to give me otherwise good games I'd never pay for myself.

 

Siren is like the last good Silent Hill game ever made as well.

 

If you are not into annualized sports games but still like them, you will love NBA2k16...

 

There is actually some RPG elements in the game...

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+Audioboxer
27 minutes ago, Showan said:

 

If you are not into annualized sports games but still like them, you will love NBA2k16...

 

There is actually some RPG elements in the game...

I don't play FIFA or PES, I prefer management and tactics so I play Football Manager.

 

With Basketball it's just I don't follow the sport so never play the games. But for a "free" download I'm happy to check it out as I know it's reviewed really well. 

 

I used to love NBA Jam back on my mega drive I think it was. That was a fun game lol.

 

When Space Jam and Michael Jordan were big I had some interest as a kid. Same with Mighty Ducks and Hockey.

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7 hours ago, Audioboxer said:

I don't play FIFA or PES, I prefer management and tactics so I play Football Manager.

 

With Basketball it's just I don't follow the sport so never play the games. But for a "free" download I'm happy to check it out as I know it's reviewed really well. 

 

I used to love NBA Jam back on my mega drive I think it was. That was a fun game lol.

 

When Space Jam and Michael Jordan were big I had some interest as a kid. Same with Mighty Ducks and Hockey.

Spoiler: Jordan is the final boss in the game.

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Love playing FIFA with the mates but never picked up NBA as I've never followed the sport besides a few games I've watched while visiting states, Will take it for free but to give a try out to.

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E3 Sale

 

http://gamingbolt.com/psn-hosting-a-massive-e3-sale-for-ps4-ps3-and-ps-vita-games

 

https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/best-of-e3-sale/cid=STORE-MSF77008-BESTOFE3SALELP

 

PlayStation 4

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed – $17.99, $14.99
Alien: Isolation – $14.99, $11.99
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag – $11.99, $8.99
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition – $19.99, $17.49
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – $26.99, $23.99
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Gold Edition – $35.99, $31.49
Assassin’s Creed Unity – $17.99, $14.99
Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition – $29.99, $24.99
Battlefield 4 – $4.79
Battlefield Hardline – $4.79
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – $44.39, $34.79
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Digital Deluxe Edition – $84.99, $74.99
Child of Light – $7.49, $5.99
Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition – $14.99, $11.99
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin – $19.99, $15.99
Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition – $34.79, $24.59
Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition – $8.99, $5.99
Dragon Age: Inquisition – $7.99, $5.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse – $15.99, $11.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse + Season Pass – $25.99, $19.49
EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour – $15.99
F1 2015 – $23.99, $17.99
Fallout 4 – $40.19, $35.99
Grand Theft Auto V – $44.99, $38.99
Grand Theft Auto V & Great White Shark Cash Card Bundle – $53.19, $45.59
Grand Theft Auto V & Megalodon Shark Cash Card Bundle – $81.59, $67.99
Grand Theft Auto V & Whale Shark Cash Card Bundle – $64.34, $54.44
inFamous Second Son – $12.99, $11.99
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition – $9.99, $7.99
Just Cause 3 – $32.99, $26.99
Just Dance 2014 – $11.99, $9.89
Just Dance 2015 – $14.99, $11.99
Just Dance 2016 – $24.99, $21.99
Just Dance 2016 Gold Edition – $29.99, $23.99
Legend of Kay Anniversary – $11.99, $8.99
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham – $7.99, $5.99
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – $7.99, $4.99
Megadimension Neptunia VII – $17.99, $11.99
Mega Man Legacy Collection – $11.99, $10.04
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – $29.99, $27.99
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor – $9.99, $7.99
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY – $11.99, $9.99
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Season Pass – $9.99, $6.24
Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack 2 – $11.99, $9.99
Mortal Kombat XL – $35.99, $29.99
MX vs ATV Supercross Encore – $23.99, $20.99
Need for Speed Rivals – $7.99, $5.99
Omega Quintet – $5.99, $3.99
Rabbids Invasion – $6.99, $4.99
Rayman Legends – $13.99, $9.99
Resident Evil – $13.99, $11.99
Resident Evil 0 – $13.99, $11.99
Resident Evil: Deluxe Origins Bundle – $31.99, $27.99
Star Wars Battlefront – $27.99, $23.99
Tales of Zestiria – $29.99, $23.99
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 – $9.99, $7.99
The Crew – $14.99, $11.99
The Crew Complete Edition – $29.99, $23.99
The Crew Wild Run Edition – $21.99, $17.99
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited – $35.99, $29.99
The Order: 1886 – $7.99, $5.99
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition – $7.49, $4.49
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – $35.99, $29.99
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition – $44.99, $40.49
Tom Clancy’s The Division – $52.79, $49.79
Tom Clancy’s The Division Gold Edition – $84.99, $79.99
Unravel – $11.99, $9.99
Watch Dogs – $14.99, $11.99
Watch Dogs Gold Edition – $19.99, $17.99

PlayStation 3

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed – $11.99, $9.99
Alien: Isolation – $14.99, $11.99
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag – $9.99, $7.99
Asassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition – $17.99, $15.19
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – $37.49, $24.49
Child of Light – $7.49, $5.99
Dark Souls 2 – $4.99, $2.99
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin – $14.99, $11.99
Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition – $19.79, $14.69
Dishonored Game of the Year Edition – $9.99, $4.99
Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition – $8.99, $5.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse – $11.99, $8.99
Dragon Ball Xenoverse + Season Pass – $21.99, $16.49
Just Dance 2014 – $11.99, $9.89
Just Dance 2015 – $14.99, $11.99
Just Dance 2016 – $21.99, $17.99
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham – $7.99, $5.99
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – $7.99, $4.99
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – $22.49, $20.99
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor – $11.99, $9.99
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch – $9.99, $7.99
South Park: The Stick of Truth – $11.99, $9.99
Tales of Zestiria – $24.99, $19.99
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – $27.99, $23.99
Watch Dogs – $9.99, $7.99
Watch Dogs Gold Edition – $15.99, $11.99

PlayStation Vita

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed – $11.99, $9.99
Child of Light – $5.99, $4.49
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition – $7.99, $4.99
La-Mulana EX – $9.99, $7.99
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – $5.99, $4.99
Murasaki Baby – $7.99, $5.99
Streetkix: Freestyle (PSP) – $4.79, $2.99
Superbeat: Xonic – $15.99, $11.99
Tearaway – $9.99, $7.99
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – $27.99, $23.99

PlayStation Plus Deals

Siren (PS4) – $7.49
Trials of The Blood Dragon Game + Soundtrack Bundle (PS4) – $14.99


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Persona 4 Golden for £5 is a steal. Great game, and it works on PSTV too.

 

Steins;Gate is also great at £7.

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