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- The 250GB PlayStation3 System, with a built in Blu-Ray player, can hold over to 1800 Games, 140 Movies, 99,000 Songs, and 40,000 photos, or a mixture of all
- UNCHARTED 3: Drake's Deception Game of the Year Edition showcases Nathan Drake's journey through new challenges and includes Bonus Content
- The 1-Year Membership to PlayStation Plus gives you access to 12 Hit games, exclusive Game Betas, discounts of up to 75% on the PlayStation Store, and much much more
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The Uncharted 3 and PlayStation Plus Bundle includes Uncharted 3: Game of the Year Edition and a slim chassis PS3 with a 250GB hard drive, perfect for storing hundreds of dollars of free games that come with your 1 Year membership to PlayStation Plus. The 1 Year Membership to PlayStation Plus includes: 12 Hit games and more added each month, Access member exclusive Game Betas, Demos and Features Exclusive discounts of 10% 75% on the PlayStation Store, 1 GB of cloud storage and automatic game saves and system updates 6 Additional games unlocked for your PS Vita system. Also included is UNCHARTED 3: Drake's Deception Game of the Year Edition which showcases Nathan Drake's journey through new challenges and includes Bonus Content.
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A year of PS+ is a damn steal. I downloaded such excellent free games and demos that introduced me to even more games I otherwise would have skipped out on. The discounts are unbelievable. Now I have too many games lined up.
I didn't expect much from Uncharted 3 but now I can't put it down. A+ addition to the bundle. Such engaging story and gameplay that just zaps your attention away from everything else...so now I'm looking forward to getting the rest of this great series. I thought it was exactly like Indiana Jones but damn I was wrong.
I thought buying a PS3 now months before the PS4 would be a mistake but nope...absolutely worth it. Too many fun games I haven't yet played that would occupy me for a long time. Other people in the house that aren't gamers also use it often to play youtube videos & watch on netflix. 250GB is plenty for me so yep this bundle is just what I was looking for.
I'd suggest downloading/updating stuff when you're about to sleep since there's a setting that automatically turns the system off when it finish installing.
I chose this bundle for the included 1 year membership to PS Plus. It's a terrific deal. Right off the bat I had access to at least $80 in games, with new titles available each month. It's easily worth 3x the cost of the membership just for the content you get. Added bonuses are access to cloud storage for save game files and automatic updates. You can configure your unit to update automatically like a PC. Unlike a PC, my PS3 will power on automatically, download game updates, OS updates, and sync my save game files to cloud storage and then automatically power down again. Genius!
The other aspect I love is the flexibility of hard drive upgrades. Sony does not consider a hard drive upgrade to void the warranty as Microsoft does if you don't use a 'standard' Xbox drive kit. The upgrade process is super easy. I followed the directions online to download the latest OS update to a flash drive. I bought a 500gb 7200rpm hard drive on sale for $55 (A guy on Youtube showed how he used an SSD). The entire upgrade with OS install and everything took about 30 minutes. When you swap the drive, the system won't boot because the drive is blank with no OS. So, you boot with a controller hooked to USB cable and your flash drive with the OS update and boom! It's mostly automated in the process, format and setup the drive, install the OS, reboot, and you're done. I might be missing a step or two, but it was a snap.
The included game is pretty cool too. I've never played the Uncharted series before, but I am anxious to go back and play the trilogy now.
Overall, this package is a steal at what I paid I think was $249. There are a number of bundle options and they are all really competitively priced. My advice would be if, if your decision comes down to the software and hard drive size, go with the best software bundle, because the hard drive upgrades are SUPER easy to do on your own.