These aren't PS+ "free" games, they're available for download to everyone for keeps.
Oh, well, then, my mistake. I thought they were PS+ offerings.
Do go on, it's quite obvious you're invested in the system and not here to stir up shit.
Whatever you want to think. This system is great from top to bottom, but the absurdity of the console hit me after about 10 hours of playing Final Fantasy IX on it: *why*, precisely, have I bought this console? It's great hardware, but (as much as I lament the phrase, since it's so hideously overused amongst gamer discussions) it truly has
-all for games. Since I subscribe to PS+, I have 7 PS Vita games now. 2 of them are original titles: Uncharted and Gravity Rush. 5 of them aren't: Metal Gear, Mortal Kombat, MLB The Show, Lego Harry Potter, and Ninja Gaiden Sigma.
The system is a magnificent piece of hardware, but the fact that Wild Arms - a 17-year-old RPG - is the highlight of my PS Vita week is a pretty remarkable statement about the system's software.
I'm not a "troll," I'm a Vita owner who is extraordinarily let down with the system and Sony's follow through with generating software for it, reaching out to third party developers to produce titles, etc. Nintendo figured this shit out long before the first year of the 3DS' release, and Sony's continued failure to act with anything but hubris - that speaks to the lessons they have not learned with the PS3, and what should ultimately be the teeth gnashing of many gamers when they reveal the same set of mistakes in the case of the PS4's release.