Sony’s handheld gets some much needed re-invigoration.
Sony has announced that its game streaming service PlayStation Now will be available on PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV starting on August 4th. The overall list of supported devices will continue to be expanded for Sony’s 2015 TV models.
PlayStation Now allows subscribers to pay $20 per month and experience PS3 titles on their platform through cloud streaming. There are currently more than 125 games available in the PS Now library with recent additions including Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, God of War III and The Last Guy.
Keep in mind that some games come under the subscription model (that’s the $20 per month tag) while others require you to rent them out separately (this includes games like Final Fantasy XIII-2, Hitman: Contracts HD, Mass Effect 2 and so on).
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