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May 26 2013
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June PS+ update

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I just read that EU Plus is getting their June games on May 29th.

 

Do you think there's a chance it happens in NA as well?

 

Also, why is it that EU knows what their new games are for the month weeks before the month begins?

 

I love Plus, I just wonder why NA is so slow.  It really makes no sense.

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Re: June PS+ update

May 26, 2013
Could you have a less misleading topic?
At first, when I saw the topic, I was like YES! YES! but then I was like NO! Why the fruit cocktail would you mislead people like that?
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Re: June PS+ update

May 26, 2013

Awesomegamer2196 wrote:
Could you have a less misleading topic?
At first, when I saw the topic, I was like YES! YES! but then I was like NO! Why the fruit cocktail would you mislead people like that?

I've noticed people tend to do this a lot on these forums, it's quite annoying.

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May 27, 2013

Awesomegamer2196 wrote:
Could you have a less misleading topic?
At first, when I saw the topic, I was like YES! YES! but then I was like NO! Why the fruit cocktail would you mislead people like that?

Because people seem to think that getting a ton of hits to their thread compensates for their small **bleep**.

 

Anywho, EU is indeed getting all their PS3 IGCs on the 29th and all the Vita IGCs on June 5th. I'm guessing it's because of E3.

 

I don't really care if we get all our games at once because then there will surely be people that complain when we don't get anything the rest of the weeks (there are already people who complain about Vita-only IGC in the last week of a month despite PS3 never having an IGC game in the last week prior to Vita's addition).

 

As for the unveiling of the month's offerings, I'm actually surprised we didn't get any hints or sneak peek in the most recent blogcast....maybe Morgan was too busy to appear on it. Maybe when we get BlazBlue on Tuesday, they'll unveil June then.

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May 27, 2013
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May 27, 2013

Maybe they are waiting until E3 to reveal some awesome new additions, like last year.

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May 27, 2013

snakeman07 wrote:

Maybe they are waiting until E3 to reveal some awesome new additions, like last year.


The IGC started with E3, so that's why there was such a "huge" amount of games at that time. People should definitely lower their expectations this year.

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May 27, 2013
Anybody that has high expectations of PS+ NA hasn't been paying attention
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