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Playstation Now Subscriptions Coming To PS3

  • ArmyVaultArmyVault284,688
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 03:26
    Nothing that tickles my fancy.
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 03:57
    Looks promising, but nothing in the launch line-up really interests me.
  • dontVanekdontVanek23,776
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 04:25
    Just need to work on more PS4 Now titles, Need some Demon Souls, Dark Souls, BioShock.
  • Posted on 06 May 15 at 05:54
    I can't say this service really appeals to me at all, and I wonder how many people actually use it.
    Hope for the best but expect the worst.
  • MonkeyBrad91MonkeyBrad91464,095
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 06:32
    Perhaps in a years time, when there's already a decent library to choose from, I might be tempted. For now there's just nothing of real interest to warrant the £10 per month.
  • NuPhoenixXNuPhoenixX93,490
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 11:27
    As someone that jumped from 360 to PS4, the exclusives I missed out on are a big draw. I tested it out during the free week, and the latency wasn't bad enough to even be noticed in fighting games, but Renegade Ops had very noticeable slow down.

    I'm waiting for the library to beef up a bit, probably get a subscription this summer, since I'm that odd fringe case where this is a good deal.
  • Posted on 06 May 15 at 11:35
    I like the idea but man the prices are so laughable that you're better off just buying it or waiting until it inevitably goes on sale.
  • Posted on 06 May 15 at 14:50
    Just tried playing DiRT 3 on the PS Now beta and what with no surround sound, sub par blurry 720p images and noticeable lag i'd rather just buy a PS3 and play it properly.
  • TheYuriGTheYuriG1,894,675
    Posted on 06 May 15 at 16:18
    Make it come to Brazil and let it launch to the vita and we have a deal.
  • Posted on 06 May 15 at 21:24
    For $15/month it should include at least 1 or 2 ps1/ps2 classic games of my choosing.
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