The other day, my veterinarian gave me tranquilizers for my cat Hannibal. She gets pretty feisty when in a cage, so my impending move doesn't bode well for her if I don't get narcotics. And while I have no idea what that has to do with PlayStation Plus or the fact that the Europeans will receive Media Molecule's radical LittleBigPlanet upon signing up for a year with the service, I'd thought I'd tell you. We're friends. We share things. Maybe that's what I'm going for here.
Regardless of subscription type (there's two; 90 and 365 days), Europeans eager to get auto firmware updates under PlayStation Plus will get multiple games with a subscription. The introductory outlier is LBP as I've just mentioned, but each month Sony will give away at least one PSN game, two PSP Minis titles, and a solo PS One classic to all subscribers. Wipeout HD, Field Runners, Age of Zombies and PS One classic Destruction Derby will be the first of these available June 29 through August 3.
Once the list is refreshed, the selected games will no longer be downloadable for free. For example, on August 4, Zen Pinball, Blast-Off, Alien Zombie Death, and PS One classic Medievil will replace WipeoutHD and the others. But if you caught the previous deals the games are yours until you quit paying for the service. The same doesn't go for LBP; SCEE will let you have it even if you don't renew. However, if you don't catch it before August 3, provided you've signed up for a year, it won't be available.
As of right now, no US-specific introductory offers have been announced. I assume one will be announced soon and that the giveaway will be LBP, but that's mere speculation from a dude who tranquilizes his cat. Not that there's anything wrong with it, sirs.