people used to absolutely freak out on PS+ off weeks (which we no longer have because they filled them in with Vita games). If they frontloaded all the releases to the first week, that would be 3 weeks of complaints.
Right now they're trying to appease the most people -- announce everything at the beginning, then drop them on us week by week.
Hopefully they also do the 'clues' every month. That was a nice touch.
Morgan has said on Twitter that he's planning to that every month.
It updated yesterday night. PSN updates on Tuesday night at random times.
Whoosh. I don't know why people don't get his joke posts.
Was it said that there's a limit on the get $10 for every $50 spent? Between the sales, reupping Plus, and a couple new(Dynasty Warriors, Atelier Ayesha, was kinda surprised Ayesha turned out to be 15GB was guessing it would be 4-7 by previous games) games I'm over $200 already.
I don't think there's a limit, as they said it's for every $50 spent.
Thanks for the link! I will try it out and see if I can figure it out as well.
I'd imagine you download Wild Arms to the PC via that program and then I guess find some way (USB thumb drive?) to transfer it to the PS3.
I hope I can get it to work because Wild Arms is really the only free game right now that I am interested in and I don't have a Vita.
You don't need to download it on MediaGo. Just purchase it and go to your PS3 to start the download from your download list (PSN > Account Management > Transaction Management > Download List).
So I am new to the whole PS3/PSP thing as I just bought my PS3 this past holiday season and have a question. I bought a used PSP Go from the Gamestop deal a few weeks back, and I have a Playstation Plus account. The used PSP Go I bought has several games on it. I was wondering if there was anyway for me to link it with my account to get the free games this week on my PSP go without losing the games already on there? Or is it not possible to do that.
The 2 games that came with my used PSP Go are Ratchet and Clank, and SOCOM.
You'd have to delete the PSN account that was on there and then login with your account, but that'll render the games already on their unplayable since only the current account's games are playable. Then those previous games would be effectively useless since you don't know the old account's details, which is good for them. Just delete them and move on to playing the games you have.