Sony have announced that their Netflix-like streaming service PlayStation Now will soon let you stream PlayStation 4 titles. To date, the service only offers a range of PlayStation 3 titles, and perhaps Microsoft’s recent service announcement, Xbox Game Pass had a part to play in this new offering. Continue reading PlayStation Now will soon offer PlayStation 4 game streaming
In an unexpected turn of events, Sony has announced this week that the PlayStation Now streaming service, which lets you stream hundreds of PS3 titles to various devices, will be cutting back on a number of such devices. Not even PlayStation 3 owners will have access to the service later this year. Continue reading PlayStation Now service to halt on a number of platforms
According to sources close to French gaming site Gamekult, it has been rumoured that Sony’s paid subscription service, PlayStation Now, may be heading to the PC. If true, this means that PC players will soon be able to play The Last of Us, Uncharted, and other PlayStation exclusive classics. Continue reading Rumour: PlayStation Now on its way to PC?
PlayStation Now, Sony’s subscription based game streaming service is getting stronger and stronger, with more titles joining the list of available titles. This month, Deep Silver adds a bunch of their titles to the list. Does this justify the cost of the service now? Continue reading New PlayStation Now titles added to service
Sony’s game streaming platform PlayStation Now has had a rough start, with connectivity and responsiveness problems, to the pricing structure that’s come and gone. However, the library continues to grow, and the more on-demand titles available, the more appealing the service gets. Continue reading PlayStation Now adds 23 new games, sneak peak at more to come
PlayStation Now launched earlier this year in various territories, and while criticised for varying reasons, it does offer a worthwhile service if your internet speed is up to par. However, fans have found the biggest concerns with the pricing schemes, and Sony have been toying with different models since its release. Now there’s a one year subscription offer on the table. Continue reading PlayStation Now offering a 1 year subscription
While the Xbox One is due to receive backwards compatibility on November 12th, Sony are sticking to their PlayStation Now service, which allows fans to stream games for a fee. While many argue over the benefits or uselessness of backwards compatibility, isn’t choice the best option?
PlayStation fans in the UK can now access PlayStation Now, the PlayStation streaming service that started rolling out last year. For the price of £12.99 a month, PlayStation gamers can now stream games to their console, Netflix style.
PS Now, Sony’s video game streaming service has officially entered open beta in the UK following the conclusion of the closed beta testing process, meaning if you’re in the UK and own a compatible Sony device you can now use an early version of the cloud-based software to stream a selection of titles from across the various PlayStation generation, via the Internet. Continue reading PlayStation Now moves into open beta for the United Kingdom
The remastered God of War 3 for PlayStation 4 is now available to pre-order on your consoles, and will be available to play on July 14th (US) and 17th (EU). Below, there is a new 1080p 60fps gameplay clip showing Kratos face off against Hades in an epic battle, looking glorious.