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  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Welcomes Five New Games In March

    Sony has announced a handful of titles that will be added to the PlayStation Now streaming subscription service in March. The games are: Infamous 2 Twisted Metal (2012) R-Type Dimensions (featuring R-Type 1 & 2) Alone in the Dark: Inferno Operation Flashpoint: Red River For more on PlayStation Now... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Adds Five Games To PlayStation Now Service, Including Uncharted 2

    If you are a PlayStation Now subscription holder (or simply use the service on a per-rental basis), the library is about to get a bit bigger. Sony has added five new titles that you can start playing tomorrow. February 3. Each of these games appeared on the PlayStation 3 (though one as an HD remaster... More
  • Blog Post: Sony To Launch PlayStation Now Subscription Program On January 13

    Sony has announced plans to offer a subscription-based approach to the PlayStation Now streaming service. The option to pay a flat rate for game rentals delivered over PlayStation Network will begin later this month. Beginning on January 13, two plans will be offered. Monthly access will cost $19.99... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Coming To Samsung Smart TV's in 2015

    Sony Computer Entertainment and Samsung Electronics are partnering to bring game streaming to Smart TV's in the first half of 2015, Sony announced today. The PlayStation Now service, which will allow TV owners to play hundreds of PlayStation 3 games streamed from the cloud, will be an app included... More
  • Blog Post: Mass Effect 2 And Other EA Titles To Be Available On PlayStation Now

    Sony and Electronic Arts have partnered up to bring gamers five titles – including Mass Effect 2 and Mirror's Edge – via Sony's PlayStation Now streaming service currently in beta. Mass Effect 2, Mirror's Edge, Dead Space 3 (above), NBA Jam On Fire Edition, and Bejeweled 3 can... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Open Beta Available On PlayStation 3

    The millions of Sony fans who haven't yet upgraded to PlayStation 4 can now take the company's streaming gaming service for a spin. According to PlayStation Blog, Sony's ongoing PlayStation Now open beta has now been released for PlayStation 3 in U.S. and parts Canada. The post also announced... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Open Beta Officially Live

    PlayStation Now's open beta is officially live on PlayStation 4. PlayStation Now is not an app you download. Instead, the service is integrated into the PlayStation Network store. You will find a section in the store titled PlayStation Now, where you will find more 122 different titles available... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Are Your Thoughts On PlayStation Now Pricing?

    PlayStation Now has moved into open beta and the prices we wrote about during its previous beta phase haven’t changed dramatically. While the publisher has suggests a subscription might be in the works, right now the only options are different length rental periods (four hours, seven days, thirty... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Enters Open Beta Tomorrow, Lowering Some Prices Soon

    PlayStation Now, the service that will allow PlayStation players to stream and play classic PlayStation games through their PlayStation 4, enters open beta tomorrow. Starting tomorrow, PlayStation 4 players will see Now integration into the PlayStation Network store. You can check out a walkthrough video... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Beta To Launch For Sony Smart TVs On June 30

    If you're buying a a select model premium Sony 2014 television, you will be able to access the beta for Sony's PlayStation Now streaming service in a few days. The news was announced in a press release on the Sony blog, which also discussed a new like of 4K Ultra HD televisions. Sony's PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Open Beta Announced

    Sony has finally nailed down a date for its long-awaited PlayStation Now program, which allows users to play older titles from PlayStation's past via streaming gameplay. The open beta launches on PlayStation 4 in the United States and Canada on July 31and shortly thereafter on PlayStation 3 and Vita... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Private Beta Hits PlayStation 4 On May 20

    PlayStation Now, Sony's forthcoming game-streaming service, has been in private beta on PlayStation 3 since January. Starting tomorrow, May 20, this beta program is extending to PlayStation 4. If you registered for the PlayStation 4 beta, Sony says to "keep an eye on your mailbox for a voucher... More
  • Blog Post: Sony TVs To Include PlayStation Now By June

    Sony seems on track with its planned summer 2014 rollout for PlayStation Now. The service, which is now in beta on PlayStation 3, will be coming to some Sony televisions by June. Sony has announced that its Bravia 4K sets will support the PlayStation Now service. Players will be able to stream content... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Beta Invitations Going Out

    Sony has dispensed a new wave of PlayStation Now beta invitations. Users began receiving notice via email last night. Sony recommends that users connect their PlayStation 3 (yes, PS3) via wired connection and have a 5 Megabit per second or higher broadband connection. Accepting the agreement, which includes... More
  • Blog Post: Rental Options Temporarily Pop Up On PlayStation Store

    Sony's weekly update to its PlayStation Store ran into a few problems earlier this week , and it's possible that the company inadvertently released something in the process. For a while at least, some users were apparently given the option to rent games from the online marketplace, in addition... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Sony Preparing PlayStation 1 And PlayStation 2 Emulator Support For PS4

    When Sony first unveiled the PlayStation 4 in February 2013, the purpose behind the acquisition of streaming service Gaikai became clear. At CES this year, we learned about the PlayStation Now streaming service , which is heading into beta soon . With that technology around the corner, it’s surprising... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Sending Out PlayStation Now Beta Invites

    Sony formally announced its PlayStation Now game-streaming service at CES, and now the company is preparing to let the first wave of players get their hands on it. People who signed up for the beta are starting to get confirmation emails, which explain how to complete registration for the beta. According... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Excited For PlayStation Now?

    Sony's taking a new approach to backwards compatibility with PlayStation Now, a new streaming gaming service that will allow you to play titles from past generations of PlayStation on a variety of devices. This is the service Sony has been working on since it acquired Gakai and, judging by the announcement... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Streaming Games on Demand Service PlayStation Now

    Sony's cloud-based service has an official name - and is coming to a variety of devices, including PlayStation 4, Bravia TVs, and tablets. Sony's Andrew House made the announcement at the company's CES press conference. The service, titled PlayStation Now, will feature games from the original... More
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