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Sony has come out with a list of free games for the month of February for the users of its PlayStation. The list will be topped by Sleeping Dogs, the critically acclaimed one of Square Enix. The other games in the list include Quantum Conundrum and Codemasters by Kim Swift and F1 Race Stars.
The users can also have the luxury of playing WipEout2048, the Sci-fi racing game and Lumies: Electric Symphony. The gamers can play tetris-meets-rhythm game too. Clank All 4 One, BioShock2, Pinball Arcade, Ratchet, Jet Set Radio and Cubixx HD will make their exits this February. Ratchet, BioShock2 and Clank All 4One will make their exit on February 6th, Pinball Arcade on February 20th and Cubixx on February 13.
The leading game in the February free games list, Sleeping Dogs is a thriller game, combined with action. This takes the users deep into the criminal world. The other game F1 race-star is something funny and cartoony that any gamer will enjoy. The game has a good multiplayer mode and has a definite art style.
Quantum Conundrum, on the other hand, makes the gamers solve an inter-dimensional problem to rescue a mad scientist. The company, Sony, has also announced that the subscriptions for PlayStation plus will be again discounted. The discounted price will be 30 per cent of the actual price for the first three weeks.
The game which headlined January was BioShock2. The other games for the month included Guardians of Middle Earth, Mortal Kombat, Pinball Arcade and Jet Set Radio.