As you may or may not know as of this week Playstation plus has been released on the Playstation network.
Playstation plus is a premium service that you can subscribe to similar to xbox live gold. If you want to find out more i recommend that you read the blog posts on the official Playstation blogs. which can be found
Now there has been some questions as to weather its worth the cost or not. I personally think it is as do some of my friends however some people don’t see the value in it which is fair enough.
Now i came across a very interesting ongoing article on IGN which you can find linked to below
Is PlayStation Plus A Good Deal? – PS3 Feature at IGN.
It asks the question Is Playstation Plus a good deal? And goes on to say that two of the Playstation writers Greg Miller and Colin Moriarty will keep a list of what they spend/save using Playstation plus over the year seeing at the end how much each one saves or loses out having Payed for the year subscription.
Now i think this is an awesome idea and will really help people decide whether its for them or not so i thought that i would also try and do the same.
So following the rules they have set out.
For the next year, IGN PlayStation Executive Editor Greg Miller and IGN Guides Guru Colin Moriarty will track their PlayStation Plus PlayStation Network purchases every Wednesday. If they buy a full price game, it won’t be logged here. On the chalkboards below, we’ll track what the “free” content would have cost them as well as the discounts they’re receiving. Now, these figures will only include new stuff that the boys have downloaded. If they already own a piece of content, it won’t be included just because it has been discounted or marked as free. This is strictly what they’ve downloaded under the PlayStation Plus umbrella to date.
I will trace how much i actually save assuming that i actually save anything.
So this is how it stacks so far after week one.
All price are from the UK store and in Pounds and pence (£)
|Age of zombie
|Steel & titanium pack
|Sackboy on the run theme