Sony adds 105 games to game streaming service Now




Sony has added to his 105 games PlayStation Now service. That brings the total to more than 250 games. The service is available for both the PlayStation 4 as the PlayStation 3. Among the additions are 21 games from the stable of publisher Capcom.

Under the Capcom games are franchises Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Mega Man ​​and Bionic Commando, writes Sony on the PlayStation blog. Sony has the other 80 games in the update are all put in a list. These include, among others Double Dragon Neon, Offworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD, Fatal Fury, Ninja Gaiden 3 and Proteus. The games are all designed for the PlayStation 3.

At the moment, PlayStation Now still not available in Europe, unless one knows how to access the closed beta. When the service is right for everyone in Europe is not available is not known. Maybe this year, although Sony that intention been some time ago spoke. The streaming service works not only on the PS3 and 4, but also, for example, Sony Bravia HDTVs, PlayStation TV and PlayStation Vita. A subscription to the service costs $ 19.99 per month or less if a user subscription records for several months. Games can also be rented separately.



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