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PlayStation Now Adds 105 Titles, Brings Total To Over 250

Maybe you didn't sign up for PlayStation Now before simply because there weren't a lot of available games.

But times are changing. As revealed over at the PlayStation Blog, a whopping 105 new titles have been added to the Now library, which brings the total to over 250!

This is by far the single biggest release of Now titles to date and it includes fantastic classics from some of the industry's leading franchises. Capcom is responsible for 21 of the new additions, including entries from the legendary Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Mega Man and Bionic Commando IPs. But there are so many more! If you can't find at least ten - or perhaps twenty or thirty - games on the rapidly expanding list that you don't want to play, you're no gamer. Right?

If you're intrigued, you can start your 7-day free trial. It might be well worth it for some consumers.

Tags: ps now, playstation now games, ps now library

11/3/2015 11:38:43 AM Ben Dutka

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TrueAssassin86x
Tuesday, November 03, 2015 @ 11:50:29 AM
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Catching up to Xbox free backwards compatibility i see LOL. Cant wait till Monday on the official announcement of the 100 plus games.

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Underdog15
Tuesday, November 03, 2015 @ 1:13:30 PM
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Do you have to be a plus member? Or can I make a kajillion PSN accounts for 7 kajillion days free?

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Crabba
Tuesday, November 03, 2015 @ 5:46:25 PM
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I tried the trial, and I don't see how anyone can consider paying for this, it's a hassle just to select & start games, I had trouble several times with games not even starting, and when they started controls were completely messed up (example r-type), and even when controls work there's a lot of lag.

And for that price? I'd much rather just subscribe to gamefly or similar instead, or simply just buy games on big sales which is what I do.

Oh, and make sure that trial is completely cancelled before the week is up, I had to call PSN to get a "one-time exception" because they had renewed the membership even though I followed the instructions to cancel renewal...

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Bio
Tuesday, November 03, 2015 @ 8:00:05 PM

I was curious something Playstation Now related after reading this article, so I looked up the site for it and eventually ended up in the forums. I'd say about 90% of the threads in there were questions about how to cancel your PS Now subscription, or help questions for various connectivity errors.

I get the feeling this service is going through some very serious growing pains.

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Breadlover
Tuesday, November 03, 2015 @ 8:42:10 PM

Thank you Crabba for that brief review of PS Now. I was wondering how it actually worked for people where the service 'actually worked'. I couldn't even get access to trial because of my internet connection (but really, this was my fault).

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Underdog15
Wednesday, November 04, 2015 @ 1:55:12 PM

I like the service in theory, but I've been skeptical about it's execution since the beginning. It'd almost be cheaper just to buy the old PS3 games for PS3 anyways.

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