A Love Letter To Playstation Plus

I H PS+Following the unveiling of The Instant Games Collection (IGC) at gamescom last year Sony’s PlayStation Plus service has been on a bit of a roll. We’ve always been fond of PS+, ever since it was first started offering paying subscribers discounts on downloadable games and access to exclusive demos, but with the implementation of the IGC, and its subsequent debut on PlayStation Vita, we’ve fallen head over heels in love with the service. Already we’ve been given access to Deux Ex: Human Revolution, Red Dead Redepmption, Just Cause 2, Batman: Arkham City, Uncharted Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, and so many other great titles.

So strong is the love for PS+ that we’ve allowed our resident idiot Adam Radcliffe to share a heartfelt love letter that he has written to the service.

In the past I had been tempted to leave you, but just when I think that you have nothing else to offer me you pull me right back in. Your generosity and your kindness are unparalleled, I just don’t know what I’d do without you. Each year you give me 65 reasons to keep loving you more, 65 phenomenal games to play as much as I like whenever I want.

Our love is one of a kind, together we having something that nobody else has, together we can do great things; solve crimes; fly through space; explore strange fantasy worlds or save the universe, over and over again. Who else could enable me to be a genius creator, dedicated father, super-powered futuristic agent and world’s greatest detective all rolled into one?

You’ve helped me discover a whole new world of music, we’ve watched movies together, laughed, cried and rejoiced because of all the great discounts. The money we’ve saved will help us grow our collection of great games from now until the end of time.

Together we’ll be awesome.

I love you PlayStation Plus

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Although a writer for the site, Adam is perhaps best known for his regular, incoherent ramblings on the newbreview.com podcast. Hater of the mainstream, lover of the obscure, he favours an eclectic mix of gaming, including a deep love for arcade classics of the 80's. If he'd never discovered video games, he might even have turned into a normal human being.

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