PlayStation Plus Free Games List For October 2012 And Other Deals

 @LisaEadicicco
on October 02 2012 4:19 PM
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Sony PlayStation gaming console controller is displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo Reuters

Sony has just detailed its October lineup of content for PlayStation Plus, the PlayStation Network subscription service that began in 2010. The offers for this month include deals and discounts on various games, which are as follows:

Free Games

“Hell Yeah! Wrath of Dead Rabbit.” This Sega platformer will be available for PlayStation Plus users beginning tomorrow. Brought to you by Arkedo Studio, the game follows Ash, a dead rabbit who also happens to be the prince of Hell.

“Bulletstorm.” The 2011 first-person-shooter from Epic Games and People Can Fly will be making its way to PlayStation consoles for download on Oct. 10.

“Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition.” Capcom’s "Resident Evil 6" will launch closer to the holiday season, and now fans of the franchise can play through one of the most recent Resident Evil iterations. ‘Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition’ will also be available for download on Oct. 10.

“NFL Blitz” Sony also announced on the PlayStation Plus blog that “NFL Blitz” will be a part of the Instant Game Collection, taking the place of “Borderlands” in Tuesday’s update.

Deals by Date

Oct. 3: “Spelunker HD”-- 50 percent discount off the full game and 50 percent off various DLC packs. This offer lasts for two weeks.

Oct. 10: Players will be able to purchase “Derrick the Deathfin” for 30 percent off the original price.

Oct. 17: “Dogfight 1942” will be available in the form of a bundle, including the full game and two DLC packs for 50 percent off.

Oct. 24. A “Hell Yeah! Wrath of Dead Rabbit” deal gives players 20 percent off DLC packs.

Alex Kidd in Miracle World” will also be available at an 80 percent discount. PlayStation Plus members will be able to download this Sega classic, which follows the main character’s search for his long-lost brother, Prince Egle, for only $1.

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