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  • Dave_McCoy 28 Apr 2015 20:33:42 3,136 posts
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    I'm very much enjoying Beyond, despite some awkward moments. I'm still of the mind that the tech is ok for a game like that but after another go of Ninja Gaiden I've decided it's still not great at fast action. My internet is no slouch either.

    I'm not going to complain though as I'm sure I'll finish Beyond for free before the beta is up
  • waggy79 28 Apr 2015 21:02:28 2,022 posts
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    Loads of new games added including Uncharted 2, Bioshock Infinite and Ultra SF4 (gulp).

    Next game update coming 13th of May

    Edited by waggy79 at 21:18:28 28-04-2015
  • northernlights 28 Apr 2015 23:18:33 1,046 posts
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    Makes me wonder when this goes live will games be taken on and off the service and what happens if ur half way through a
    Game ?
  • ChiefGB 16 May 2015 13:51:39 11,625 posts
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    i just can't see this taking off well as Sony presumably hope it will. Is there a market for this as the offer stands at the minute?. I just think all the pricing models I've heard mentioned seem way off. It's not for me that's for sure once I have to pay for the service.
  • Flying_Pig 15 Jul 2015 14:34:06 16,328 posts
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    PS Now enters open Beta Today!

    Play PS3 games on your PS4 or certain Bravia TVs. Shame you have to pay for the service now, mind.
  • Ultrasoundwave 10 Aug 2015 15:10:01 5,906 posts
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    We upgraded to Sky Fibre last week so I thought I'd give this a go - the connection test said it was good to go, so I've rented Bodycount for 2 days (lots of people hate it, I thought it was great fun).

    Definitely a bit sluggish, especially when there's heavy action going on, but the service is still impressive none the less. Might be a few years off where Sony need it to be, but once it gets there this could be a genuinely interesting service.

    Keeping an eye on this for sure....
  • CompetitiveDad 17 Aug 2015 22:04:47 8,187 posts
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    Are games being added to the library on a frequent basis?
  • Zerobob 25 Apr 2016 12:32:37 2,275 posts
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    I've pining to play Shadow of the Colossus again, and it just struck me that I could do this using my PS Now 7 day trial, in theory.

    I'm on around an 18.5Mbps connection, 1Mbps upload, so I should be OK connection speed-wise.

    However, I'm not even sure if SotC is even available as a PS Now game in the UK. The US PS Now site lists it, but playstation.com/en-gb only lists a handful of the 180 available games, as far as I can see.

    Why is finding any solid information on this so difficult? Finding things on PSN in general is always troublesome. I nearly gave up trying to find the FFXV Platinum Demo the other day, until I searched "Platinum" instead of "Final Fantasy". Very poor, especially for a huge technology company.

    Edited by Zerobob at 12:33:53 25-04-2016
  • Psiloc 25 Apr 2016 14:10:59 5,208 posts
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    Streaming services in general are pretty stingy with information. I think the idea is that you have to sign up for the free trial to see the library, and then you're that one step closer to subscribing.
  • trav 25 Apr 2016 15:00:39 992 posts
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    @Zerobob SotC is on the service along with ICO.

    If you go to PSNow you can view the entire catalog without having to sign up to the service. It is under one of the options.
  • solidsneek 3 May 2017 11:06:41 763 posts
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    Do a lot of you guys use this? How is it?
  • Your-Mother 20 Sep 2018 18:51:07 3,146 posts
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    Now including support for downloading the actual game for local/offline play. Supposedly PS2/PS4 titles only at the moment (not unless they've cracked PS3 emulation on PS4), but it's dropping in the next few days so we'll find out then.
  • Flying_Pig 8 Nov 2018 23:03:30 16,328 posts
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    Well, who'd have thought it...?

    PlayStation Now is the biggest gaming subscription service
  • StixxUK 6 Oct 2019 15:40:35 8,227 posts
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    Kind of surprised not to have seen more chat on here recently, given that some decent games have finally hit it, along with a decent price cut.

    Been playing God of War on my PC (using the free trial so far), actually compares favourably with remote play (on a non-Pro PS4 so limited to 720p).

    Think I'll probably get a year's subscription, as I was close to picking up God of War anyway and there are a few other games on there I'd like to give a go. CDKeys are doing it for 40.

    Streaming and not having to install stuff is a great way of trying out lots of games if nothing else.

    Will be interesting to see what else hits the platform in the next few months. This will make it easier to stick to PC as my main platform (with in-home streaming to the TV if I fancy playing there) in future.
  • Fixxxer 8 Oct 2019 21:43:42 1,334 posts
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    What will happen after the three months that GTA and others are on Now? Will they be unavailable for installation at that point or unavailable even to run?
  • Derblington 9 Oct 2019 10:37:11 32,116 posts
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    Both.
  • StixxUK 9 Oct 2019 13:28:01 8,227 posts
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    Tbh it's not a bad way to get people to buy older games.

    No way I'll have finished God of War by the time it expires but I'll have done enough to not want to stop playing!
  • racing_fan 9 Oct 2019 13:44:16 142 posts
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    Im interested in PlayStation Now, but I don't want to stream any of the games. I see that some of the games are marked as "downloadable", are these basically rented digital copies of the main game? Is this worth it?
  • Derblington 9 Oct 2019 13:47:25 32,116 posts
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    All PS4 and PS2 titles are downloadable. It;s exactly the same as having a digital game on your HDD.
  • racing_fan 11 Oct 2019 06:52:38 142 posts
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    What's the 3 month limit that Fixxxer mentioned, do all the games cycle off it after 3 months? Are any of the games on there for a long time/permanently, if so which ones? The Uncharted series?
  • Derblington 11 Oct 2019 09:24:08 32,116 posts
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    It's specifically for God of War, Infamous: Second Son, Uncharted 4 and GTAV. When they cycle out other new (to the service) high profile titles will cycle in.

    Pretty sure you'll see all the relevant info if you just look at the PSNow website or app on console.
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