Nick Caplin responds to complaints about free games

By Gary Johnson - May 17, 2011

Yesterday we were finally able to tell what games you will be getting as part of the Welcome Back Package from Sony. But unfortunately some users are not happy with the choice of games offered by the company. Now Nick Caplin has responded to complaints about the free games on the PlayStation Blog.

Shui Ta of examiner.com is reporting that a user moaned that he already had four of the five games offered by Sony. Head of Communications for SCEE Nick Caplin responded on the comments section of the Blog. He said he was sorry there was nothing for the user, but they worked hard “to put together a list of high quality BD games”.

He added that they didn’t want to just offer some cheap PSN titles, and the average score for the games offered was over 84%. But he added that having a large user base it was difficult to find something to suit everyone.

It has also been confirmed by Caplin the users who also have a PSP, can download two titles for each system. The free content will be available for users once the PlayStation Store is back online. What do you think? Are you disappointed with the choice of games?

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Also See: PSN Welcome Back package now live and how to get free games

  • RED

    Yes I’m VERY disappointed! WE WANT FREE MAP PACKS FOR BLACK OPS LIKE FIRST STRIKE AND ESCALATION MAP PACKS INSTEAD!! FUCK INFAMOUS AND LBP!

  • Sony Lover

    Its the same attitude with the helpline for the playstation3 users in the UK, to answer calls regarding help with their machines…I phoned them countless times today and they can't even be bothered to answer, just hang up while waiting in the queue…
    Or even pulling the psnetwork site off again so customers don't have a say on here… I want to close my account but I can't. I've lost all faith in SONY in the gaming industry now…Complete Shambles

  • Samuel

    You have to remember Sony don't owe us anything, for many years we have used Sony's network for free and therefore I think them apologising is good enough, free games are a luxury.

  • SLAMMR

    Yes, They are games that I already have or really have no interest in playing. I would have accepted a $20 PSN Credit at this point. c'mon, there are better SONY first-title games than this… Where's the love SONY?