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PlayStation Plus November Sneak Peek, Jurassic Park Game Free
PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with a sneak peek of PlayStation Plus content for November, which includes free Hydrophobia Prophecy and Jurassic Park: The Game with 1 year of PlayStation Plus.
To quote: It's time once again to have a look at upcoming PlayStation Plus content! PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that gives you access to free games, discounts on new and classic titles, and access to exclusive features of the network, all for just over $4 a month.
And this November, we're rolling out access to amazing content that you'll want to be a part of. To learn more about this, or get access to PlayStation Plus, either click here, or go the PlayStation Store on your PS3 console and go to the PlayStation Plus category.
Starting 11/1, enjoy free access to Hydrophobia Prophecy! Note that this is day and date with the release of the game. Free for the entire month for Plus subscribers, this action adventure uses the power of HydroEngine - the world's first fluid dynamics engine for games - to engage in mind blowing flow combat and incredible physics based puzzles.
This is also the definitive version of this title complete with PlayStation Move support, a redone backstory, a dramatic new ending, improved voice acting, and a ton of additional features.
We're also rolling out some classic Crash Bandicoot love with several Crash PSone Classics available for free downloads throughout the month. Crash Bandicoot 1, 2, and 3, along with CTR: Crash Team Racing are all available for the better part of November starting 11/1.
Free PS minis are also on deck with Rumble Trucks and the charming Where is my Heart? free through the month. In the last half of November, look forward to grabbing Doodle Fit, the best-selling puzzle game, free as well.
Lastly, you may have seen today's earlier note on the special Plus subscription offer in which you can sign up for Plus and receive Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Series (Episodes 1-4) free when it released on 11/15. Subscribing already? You're not left out! Existing subscribers are eligible to add more time to their Plus subscription and receive Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Series (Episodes 1-4) free when it drops on 11/15; thereby extending their current subscription end date.
There will be a number of other discounts and content throughout the month, many of which will be announced via the PlayStation Store Update. Please keep in mind these are expected games and discounts for Plus. Some content outlined may be subject to change. Release dates are also subject to change. With that in mind, have a look at the expected Plus content to hit this month! Let us know your thoughts in the comments, or hit the PlayStation Forums to chat more about Plus with PlayStation Network's Morgan Haro / mochuuu.
Don't have PlayStation Plus? Purchase a 1 year subscription by clicking here. By purchasing online, you'll receive a redemption code immediately after purchase via email.
Here is the content list for November 2011 as of 10/31.
Free PSN Games and DLC:
Hydrophobia: Prophecy (11/1)
Free PSone Classics:
Crash Bandicoot (11/1)
Crash Bandicoot 2 (11/1)
Crash Bandicoot3: Warped (11/1)
CTR: Crash Team Racing (11/1)
Rumble Trucks (11/1)
Where is my Heart (11/8)
Doodle Fit (11/15)
Full Game Trials:
MORTAL KOMBAT VS DC UNIVERSE DIGITAL (11/1)
MONOPOLY STREETS (11/8)
Hasbro Family Game Night 3 Full Game Trial (11/15)
Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Series (Episodes 1-4) - 20% off - (11/15)
Robots Dynamic Theme (11/1)
Green Hat Penguin Avatar (11/15)
Raccoon Avatar (11/15)
Red Ornament Avatar (11/15)
Snow Monster Avatar (11/15)
Turkey Leg Avatar (11/15)
Qore Episode 42 - November Early Access
Also from PlayStation Network Community Manager Morgan Haro comes the following related PS Plus announcement today:
We're happy to announce a limited time subscription bundle that will not only get you one year of PlayStation Plus, but also includes a free download of Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Series (Episodes 1-4); the new PSN adventure from the masters of episodic gaming: Telltale Games. This is a great chance to get in on all those free games, great discounts on new and classic titles, and access to exclusive features and game content.
Click here to purchase a one-year subscription online.
Jurassic Park: The Game releases November 15th to PSN. Launching in four separate episodes, or available as one bundle, this journey brings you dangerously close to the prehistoric inhabitants of Isla Nublar while exploring stories of mankind visiting some of nature's most powerful and fearsome creatures. The result is an unforgettable journey that manages to capture the spirit of what made the films so special.
When you purchase a one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus from November 1st through the 8th, you'll be eligible to receive a free download of Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Series (Episodes 1-4) when it releases on PSN on November 15th. That's a $29.99 value! You'll receive a message to your PS3 mailbox the day the game releases.
If you're already a Plus subscriber, you're not left out. You too can purchase a one-year subscription to Plus which will stack upon your existing subscription. You'll be guaranteed access to all the benefits of PlayStation Plus, and get an amazing game that's yours to keep.
Special note: This offer also includes purchases of PlayStation Plus retail cards from online sites and stores, but you'll need to make sure you redeem those codes in the PlayStation Store within the 11/1 - 11/8 timeframe. This is only available for purchases of one-year Plus subscriptions; the three-month subscription will not count towards receiving Jurassic Park free.
Head over to the PlayStation Plus website to learn more about PlayStation Plus. If you're not a subscriber, we're hoping to see that Plus logo on your avatar soon when you leave us your comments below!
To purchase a one-year subscription online, click here. The code to redeem in the PlayStation Store will be emailed to you once your purchase is complete.
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