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The Cave and Tekken 6 are free this week on PS Plus


9:00 PM on 03.18.2013
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This week, North American PlayStation Plus members are getting some more freebies in the form of Double Fine and Ron Gilbert's puzzle game The Cave for PS3 as well as Tekken 6 for PlayStation Portable and PS Vita.

Elsewhere on the PSN news front, all European users can grab the first episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead, A New Day, for free while also saving 25 percent on the remaining episodes in the season. As per usual, PS Plus subscribers can save even more -- 50 percent, in this case.

This serves as a good reminder that I need to finish The Cave, having only played about an hour before purposefully stopping so that I could get my own copy and not have to redo so much of the content. Still need to get on that!






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