Alright, I didn't want to sound to harsh. Let me start by saying I'm obviously a fan of both services as I pay for both, will continue to pay for both as they are well worth the money, and that I understand that both services are not entirely linked to each other.Not everyone has PS now and if they did they can simply ignore this month's PS+ games, where's the problem i don't see one.
Now is a normal gaming subscription service by Sony, and Plus is designed by Sony to milk their customers who want to play online cause Sony saw what MS raked in during the previous console generation while Sony's online platform was free. In order to keep peeps at bay with Plus, they hand out some "free" games and store discounts they choose themselves. Not ideal, but aright I guess. Here's where it gets schwifty for me: i.e. for this month their supposedly worth €79.98 of free games as portrayed above are available through their gaming subscription for currently less than £40 for a year! Why would I need to "simply ignore" service A's benefits cause I'm also subscribed to their service B? I'm the paying one, focus on my value! You devalue both services you offer next to each other that way, in a very small way maybe sure, but it counts if you tout the monthly free games like they do as a key part.
I've been a day one subscriber to Plus and vividly remember the days we would get PS3 games, PS Vita games AND PS4 games for a quarter less money than what we pay currently. Do you see what I mean? You get less and less for always a bit more. And if you are fully in their ecosystem, you get double dipped too as a customer. The same can be said for their "Stay at home" games, just rehashing already dished out content and marketing it as a generous gift by a company, which isn't what it really is. That rehashing also goes for the Plus games, we've seen some remastered content this calendar year of original content that got handed out as a free Plus game years ago.
But still, again, even if you get less and less, it's still very much worth it! Just in decline compared to a few years ago and I hope we've reached the bottom in quality/quantity and the ceiling in pricing.