PS Plus: Poker Night 2 free, new Ultimate Editions, Capcom sale

Telltale Games' video game character-infused Poker Night 2 will be free to PlayStation Plus members starting Oct. 15, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog today.

Poker Night 2 is regularly $9.99, and you can check out Polygon's review to learn more about what it's like to ante up with characters like Claptrap from Borderlands, Brock Samson from The Venture Bros., Ash from Army of Darkness and Sam from the Sam and Max series while Portal's GLaDOS deals.

Sony is also adding six Ultimate Editions to the PlayStation Store, which bundle the full game with all downloadable content. PS Plus members will also receive extra discounts on the following through Oct. 21:

  • Crysis 3 for $44.99 or $26.94 for PS Plus members
  • Dead Space 3 for $78.99 or $37.44 for PS Plus members
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist for $69.99 or $56.69 for PS Plus members
  • Resident Evil 6 for $34.99 or $19.59 for PS Plus members
  • Need for Speed Most Wanted for $69.99 or $36.74 for PS Plus members
  • Prototype 2 for $49.99 or $37.79 for PS Plus members

PlayStation Plus discounts are also available for several Capcom titles, including Remember Me for $13.99 (regularly $19.99), Street Fighter X Tekken for $13.99 (regularly $19.99) and Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition for $10.49 (regularly $14.99). You can see the full list on the PlayStation Blog.

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