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PlayStation Plus Free Games: October Lineup Of PS3 Titles Include ‘Shadow Of The Colossus HD’ And ‘Hotline Miami’

By Staff Writer | September 28, 2013 11:39 PM EDT

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Sony announces the PlayStation Plus free games available for October for subscribers in North America.

According to a report from Polygon, there will be five PlayStation Plus free games next month for the US subscribers. The list of PlayStation Plus free games for October will include two big hits, "Shadow of the Colossus" and "Hotlime Miami."

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PS3 gamers will be able to enjoy "Shadow of the Colossus HD", which is an epic adventure game from Team Ico. It is a masterpiece which was originally created for the PlayStation 2 and was given an HD remake for the PS3, as posted by Latinos Post.

Aside from this title, other PlayStation Plus free games to be made available for the PS3 console are "Kingdoms of Amaulur: Reckoning" and Telltale Games' "Poker Night 2", as reported by the Examiner.

Meanwhile, "Hotline Miami", a 2D top-down action video game by Dennaton Games will be available on October for both the PS Vita and PS3 owners. Hotline Miami is a cross-buy title, meaning it will unlock for the PS Vita when bought for the PlayStation 3. PS Vita will also receive Sine Mora.

These PlayStation Plus free games will be added in the Instant Game Collection list at different times throughout October. Instant Game Collection, as defined by Computer and Video Games, "is a list of PS3 and Vita titles that are available for PlayStation Plus subscribers to download in full at no addition cost for a limited time - typically several weeks."

Members can expect the first PlayStation Plus free game for next month to be available on the PlayStation Store on October 1, Tuesday.

A PlayStation Plus subscription for one whole year costs $49.99. For those who want to subscribe for three months, the price would be $17.99. Gamers can purchase cards straight from the PlayStation Store or from Amazon and other retailers.

 

 

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