PlayStation Plus continues to shine with March 2013 update

By Alan Ng - Mar 7, 2013

If you are not a PlayStation Plus subscriber, now may be the time to join as the premium service is really starting to shine with regards to the free content that Sony is offering each month for your subscription. The company has just confirmed the free PS3 and PS Vita games that will be coming in the March 2013 update, and just like last month – it’s another stellar lineup.

At the beginning of the PlayStation Plus journey, some gamers argued that the service wasn’t value for money. However, since Sony revamped their system to offer a free game collection each month, gamers seem to be very pleased indeed with the quality of games offered each month, since one or two titles are usually of very high standard.

Sleeping Dogs last month was a perfect example of this and you are going to be pleased with the selection for March as well. If you have a US subscription, we can tell you that the free PS3 gamers on offer are Spec Ops: The Line, Joe Danger: The Movie and The Cave. Spec Ops The Line has only just been released, so that is a great offer you have to say.

For EU gamers, the list is very good as well, with Mass Effect 3, Dead or Alive 5 and Joe Danger: The Movie as the free PS3 games. The PS Plus subscription also includes free PS Vita games as well – US gamers will receive Disgaea 3 and Tekken 6 (PSP game), while EU PS Vita owners will get the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and Puddle.

You really can’t complain about the selection this month, as we think Sony have done an excellent job. Just to remind you, PS Plus is available as a 90 day subscription for £11.99 / $17.99, or a 12 month subscription costing £39.99 / $49.99. A lot of gamers are already calling this the best PS Plus update yet and we think they may have a case.

As a subscriber, are you happy with the PS Plus service so far? For those that haven’t subscribed yet – are you tempted?

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Also See: PS4 5.50 update notes for March 8