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Sony Adds Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons To PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection

Posted on Monday, January 20 @ 08:00:00 Eastern by

When KevinS wrote our review of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons last year, he said "this too is an experience people should be touting as a beautiful demonstration of video games as art." Now, PlayStation Plus subscribers with a PS3 will be able to enjoy Brothers as another free entry in the Instant Game Collection.

This week, Sony adds Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons for PS3 and adds Worms: Battle Islands for PSP and PlayStation Vita. While one is a moving story about two brothers, the other is a game where you and a bunch of other worms try to blow each other. Two great tastes that probably go great together.

In addition to those two free games, PlayStation Network users can get a variety of games at newly discounted prices. OlliOlli, a skateboarding game for PlayStation Vita will launch and go on sale at $10.39. The rest of the discounts focus on music games.

Rock Band Blitz, Kickbeat, Sound Shapes, Everyday Shooter, and Retro/Grade (in addition to song packs) will all be discounted for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Visit the PlayStation Store for more details on all of the discounts. Stick with GameRevolution for more on the Instant Game Collection and PlayStation Plus benefits.
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