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Post by Eorl @ 05:57pm 28/02/14 | 0 Comments
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced through their blog the free games heading to PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of March, which include Tomb Raider for PlayStation 3 and Dead Nation for PlayStation 4.

Beginning March 5th PlayStation 4 users will get access to Housemarque's twin-stick top-down zombie shooter Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition, with PlayStation 3 users gaining Square Enix's rebooted Tomb Raider and indie title Brothers A Tale of Two Sons. Those on Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld will get access to tower defence classic Pixeljunk Monsters Ultimate HD and socially networked brain game Smart As.

As a reminder, the titles leaving PlayStation Plus come March 5th are Metro Last Light and Guacamelee! for PlayStation 3 plus Dynasty Warriors Next and ModNation Racers Road Trip for PlayStation Vita. PlayStation 4 will see the departure of Outlast and Sound Shapes, so make sure you grab them before March 5th to ensure permanent access.












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