- 11 Sep 2017
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Is it only me or is that lineup not very impressing?
I'd be happy enough with Darksiders 2 (if I didn't have it already). My guess is either Sony feel they have sold enough new boxes this past year that they don't need to entice more hardware sales over Christmas (unlikely, they are a business), the ps+ budget has been exhausted due to the last few great month's or the focus is on a less hardcore, all ages appeal option for new owners to test the benefits of a ps+ account. Sony sold a stack of boxes and white headbands last weekend!Is it only me or is that lineup not very impressing?
They better not give away Battleships and VR Tumble on PS+ now. GrrrrrWell here's an article written at the beginning of the year @Plaxinator and @zoob might find interesting then regarding games on sale appearing on PSPlus:
The Great PS Plus Swindle – Reader’s Feature | Metro News
By no means a damning account but certainly food for thought.
Knnack isn't terrible by any stretch of the imagination, it just isn't amazing, so wasn't a great poster child for the PS4 (bit like Second Son).Knack is still in the shrink wrap from when I bought my PS4 at launch (it was the only bundle left. The git on front of me got the last Killzone bundle).
To be honest, I kinda like that one. Feels a little bit like Tomb Raider without boobs and weapons / enemies.RiME
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