Sony’s subscription service PlayStation Now has been updated with 105 new games, the company announced on Tuesday. That is a massive library update, bringing the total title count to more than 250 options at this point. This is PlayStation Now’s single biggest release so far, with Capcom contributing greatly to the mix. A total of 21 of the new additions are Capcom titles new and old, including things like Resident Evil and Street Fighter.
For those unfamiliar, PlayStation Now is Sony’s subscription game service, which gives its PlayStation gamers access to various game titles. Chief among those new titles are Capcom games, including half a dozen Resident Evil titles, four Street Fighter games, Mega Man 9 and 10, Bionic Command Rearmed and Rearmed 2, Strider, Arcade Cabinet, a trio of Lost Planet games, and more.
Capcom games not really your thing? There are more than 80 titles joining them, including classics, indies, puzzle games, fighters, and more. Titles including Hunter’s Trophy 2, Sniper Ghost Warrior, Damnation, Frogger Returns, Dragon’s Lair and Dragon’s Lair II, Zeno Clash II, Ninja Gaiden 3, and more.
If you’re a PlayStation owner but haven’t tried PlayStation Now, Sony is teasing a 7-day trial to see if you like it. You can check out game previews in the video above. Can’t get enough video game news? Be sure to check out the SlashGear Gaming Hub for more news and reviews!
SOURCE: PlayStation Blog