Yakuza 4 Joins February PlayStation Plus Lineup

Yakuza 4 Joins February PlayStation Plus Lineup

Briefly: I have wanted to play Yakuza forever, and I’ll have no excuse next month, as Yakuza 4 is part of February’s PlayStation Plus lineup. Transistor and Apotheon are for PS4, while Yakuza 3 and Thief are for anyone still booting up PS3s. Rogue Legacy is for every platform, and Kick & Fennick is Vita-only.


  • You want to be posting the EU version: http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2015/01/29/playstation-plus-february-transistor-yakuza-4-thief-rogue-legacy/

    Leaving PS Plus:
    4th February: inFamous First Light
    4th February: The Swapper
    4th February: Prototype 2
    4th February: DuckTales Remastered
    4th February: Woah Dave!
    4th February: Duke Nukem: 3D Megaton Edition

    Entering PS Plus:
    4th February: Apotheon (PS4)
    4th February: Transistor (PS4)
    4th February: Thief (PS3)
    4th February: Yakuza 4 (PS3)
    4th February: Rogue Legacy (PS4, PS3, PS Vita Cross Buy)
    4th February: Kick and Fennick (PS Vita)

    • As a rule i now don’t touch any Indies on PSN as it is pretty inevitable that it will end up on PS+ (especially on PS4 as their aren’t enough titles to not give them away) Got stung on FEZ in the same way as you with transistor.

      • Yeh learnt my lesson now. I’ve recently moved from Xbox live gold to PS Plus (the PS4 is my first Sony Console), does Sony have a similar website like Xbox’s majornelson.com? That site was handy to see the upcoming sales and what would be free on the Xbox store.

  • while Yakuza 3 and Thief are for anyone still booting up PS3s.
    Should read Yakuza 4?
    That’s pretty poor effort for a 3 sentence post.

  • So I guess after a couple in the past 2 months (Infamous First Light and Injustice Gods Among Us), the short-lived dream of retail PS4 games on PS+ is dead again?

    Oh well. Yakuza 4 is fantastic for those who don’t already have it. Same with Rogue Legacy – that’s a fantastic game. I’ve got Transistor but just never really got into it… not for me, I guess.

  • Sigh. The last few months of PS3 titles on PS+ makes me realize that I DO actually value backwards compatibility more than I thought I did. Firing that shit up on the PS3 is going to be tiresome.

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