You don't have to download them..just start the download then cancel it..then it'll show up on your list.Thanks. Due to the limited space on my memory card I can only play one at a time. Is it correct that you have to download the game to be able to download it in two months time? Or does just being a member now mean I can download it in the future.
Believe me, as long as you start then cancel the download on say the PS3 for example, they will appear on your "Download List", for the Vita, or for that matter, on the PS3's download list, as you can download on there, and send them via usb.Thanks. I will give both a try. Read conflicting information on this.
Isn't that what I just said? Except for the cancelling bit? lol.Believe me, as long as you start then cancel the download on say the PS3 for example, they will appear on your "Download List", for the Vita, or for that matter, on the PS3's download list, as you can download on there, and send them via usb.
If you don't pick them/start the download, then cancel if you want...they will NOT appear on your list, so you will have lost them come the next month, when they change the titles.
True, probably won't get everything but reckon I can manage:Good luck... I think I'd be hard pressed to squeeze all the games I have from PS Plus on a 32g card with all the game saves and then apps like Netflix and Youtube and Music Unlimited.
But good deal for you... definitely better/cheaper than what I got!
So it has. Never mind, it appears that I have already purchased it free so it must have been on plus at one point.The Vodafone offer has expired. I know it doesn't say in the box, or on the card but it has.
Sony PlayStation Vita WipEout 2048 Offer - Vodafone eForum
And how much does it work out at per month?You can play the games until your subscription to PS+ expires, after that, unless you re-subscribe, you lose the ability to play them.