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PSN Plus August/September content

Entire Sam & Max season for free!

Sony's offered PlayStation Plus subscribers a full-game trial of InFamous and Mushroom Wars this month.

August's free PSN game is Zen Pinball, and the gifted minis are Blast-Off and Alien Zombie Death. The PSOne hand-out is Medievil, and there are discounts to Zin Pinball Earth Defense Table, Warhawk Triple Combo Pack, GT Club and WipEout HD Fury.

Free August DLC is the Adrenaline Pack for MotorStorm Pacific Rift, and the automatic demos are PixelJunk Shooter and Mafia II. There's a PlayStation Plus theme and Clock theme, as well as a couple of Heavy Rain premium avatars.

Content for September outshines August. There's the entire season of Sam & Max: Devil's Playground given for free, plus a full-game trial of Warhawk and a meaty 50 per cent discount on the multiplayer game should you wish to buy. There's a full-game demo for Infernal Pool, too.

The PSone game is Oddworld: Abe's Odyssey, and there are discounts for LittleBigPlanet: ICO and Shadow of the Colossus pack, Metal Gear Solid (PSone), Warhawk and PixelJunk Shooter.

There's exclusive UFC Undisputed 2010 DLC on offer, whatever that may be, in addition to more PlayStation Plus themes and a pair of EyePet avatars.

PlayStation Plus costs £11.99 for 90 days or £39.99 for the entire year.

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