Soul Sacrifice is free for North American PS+ members


Just a friendly reminder

Just a friendly reminder for those of you who haven't already purchased a copy, or have yet to check out PlayStation Network this month. For a limited time, the PlayStation Vita action-roleplaying title Soul Sacrifice will be available to PlayStation Plus members, free of charge. In addition to being one of the highest rated games the platform has to offer -- which, I suppose isn't too difficult considering the sheer lack of titles available -- Soul Sacrifice features tons of free downloadable content which should keep you entertained for weeks on end. That's not even to mention its sweet soundtrack by Yasunori Mitsuda.

If you've already purchased a copy of the game, don't feel too bad. Everyone else has been missing out until now, and those of us without a PlayStation Vita will continue to do so. Also, that reminds me -- Plus members with PlayStation 3s should hurry up and download their free copy of Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen as that offer expires on December 3rd. All this free stuff makes me wonder why people haven't adopted PlayStation Plus sooner, and with the membership mandatory for most of PlayStation 4's multiplayer content, there's really no reason to keep putting it off, right?

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