PS Plus Subscribers Get Free "Double Dragon: Neon," "Scott Pilgrim"

Today's update gifts games and early "Jet Set Radio" access

Those who subscribe to Sony's PlayStation Plus service are in for a treat with today's update. The service is offering up a couple of brawlers free of charge, with members able to download a copy of both 2010's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, and the newly released Double Dragon: Neon


Double Dragon: Neon comes from WayForward, the folks behind games like Contra 4 and the Shantae series. Both it and the even more retro-styled Scott Pilgrim are normally priced at $9.99, so it's a pretty solid deal if you're paying for the subscription service. 


There are a couple of other discounts detailed over at the PlayStation Blog, but the other one likely of most keen interest to our readers is the early access to Jet Set Radio we previously reported on. PlayStation Plus members get to download the game a week before everyone else, and at a 10% discount, which puts it at a slightly leaner $8.99.



Anyone here a PlayStation Plus member?



Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. His blog can be found at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter at @Moldilox.

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