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Smart As joins PlayStation Plus as a free game

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Before we begin, I want to apologize to readers for not posting often these days. I've been busy with work, personal projects, and the Gamebusters series.

That said, let's get down to business. The newest PS+ offerings for those of us residing in the US have been revealed, and it includes a Vita game known as "Smart As". According to the official PlayStation Blog's description of the game, you will "Join the brain gaming revolution! Use cutting-edge touch, tilt and camera controls to prove how smart you are in the first ever socially networked brain game on PS Vita. Solve math, memory, logic and word puzzles, crack augmented reality challenges and sharpen your rapid-fire reflexes to storm up the online leaderboards and show off your scores to the world via Facebook and Twitter!"

In addition, there are quite a few sales going on for US gamers right now. One game for Vita would be "Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z" which is on sale for PS+ users for $31.99. In addition, there is currently a "Final Fantasy" sale going on, with the majority of the games, including "Final Fantasy XIII-2", receiving more than a 50% discount for PS + users.

For the full update, including the last chance offers for PS+ subscribers, you can check the official update.

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