Originally Posted by whtchocla7e
The issue I have with this promo stems from the use of the word "free".
If they removed the word "free" and instead said, "PlayStation Plus: Battlefield 3 full-game available for Members, Summer Blast Discounts", I would be less offended.
Anyway, the games were always "available." Now, they are available for $0.00. I guess, they could say, "available for no additional cost," but since the "for members" portion implies "for members" meaning you have a membership, adding all that extra stuff seems pointless. I figured it was pretty simple to understand, but I guess I was wrong.
It's like, if the game is discounted to $19.99 with the membership, can we not say the game is $19.99 for members? Or do we have to say it's "$19.99 plus whatever you have paid to be a member."
Or if Steam offers a game for free, but it's not really free because I have to pay for the internet to DL the game, and a computer to play the game. Plus, electricity, rent, food and water (because I can't play the game if I'm dead.)
It got dumb there at the end, it's just funny to me, the complaints.