PS Now gets a lot of stick in the UK and when ever it gets mentioned on the official blog the majority of the response is from users demanding to bring backwards compatibility to the PS4. Any person with sense would know that this is an impossible feat.
What I find disheartening is that when an update to the service is announced each month, there is no coverage of it anywhere on the Internet. I am starting to feel that it is becoming a niche service that would fit nicely into our family here at Otakugamers UK.
I did run a feature for a couple of weeks where I chose a random game from the service and discussed whether it was worth the time but due to time restraints I have found it difficult to keep up with. However it was a popular feature so I will be looking into bringing something back similar (maybe twice a month instead of every week).
With that said, last week the UK service received an update that added 21 games to the subscription service. With these additions the total number of playable games sit at over 250 titles. This is an incredible amount and at £12.99 a month I feel it is worth the money. You could argue that you could buy all the titles cheaper than a years subscription but wi PS Now I can play them on my Vita and this,as a parent, is the biggest perk.
The titles that have added for July include the following;
Beyond: Two Souls
Genji: Days of the Blade
Linger in Shadows
Pixeljunk Eden Encore
Pixeljunk Monsters Encore
Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty
The Last of Us: Left Behind
The Unfinished Swan
White Knight Chronicles
White Knight Chronicles 2
Motorstorm RC Complete Edition
Are you a fan of the service? If so let me know below and tell me what you are currently playing.
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