Showing posts with label PlayStation Now. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PlayStation Now. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

PlayStation Now Adds Mafia 3 and Battle Chasers: Nightwar

Sony's game-streaming service PS Now has added Mafia III and Battle Chasers along with more than 230 games.

Halloween is gone, Thanksgiving is coming soon and we are in the endgame (of the year) now getting readied for some new exciting games to the PlayStation Now lineup. The cloud-based gaming service of Sony Entertainment just added 11 new games.

Subscribers of PS Now are in luck as the newly added feature to download games from a huge library of over 200 titles on PS4 and PS2 on-demand makes it all better than ever. Not only are you allowed playing them locally, DLC and add-on support is also available once you purchase them separately.

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PlayStation Now Adds Mafia 3 and Battle Chasers: Nightwar

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The first one from the newly added games for PS Now is action-adventure game Mafia III from developer Hangar 13 and publisher 2K Games. It follows the journey of Lincoln Clay, who returns to returns to New Bordeaux to build a criminal empire back in 1968.

Clay came back seeking revenge on the mafia gang that wiped out what he considered as a family and left him to die. Set in a third-person open world, you can either stream the game or just download the game to your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 4 Pro.

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We offer you to take a look back at the game trailer to freshen up on what Mafia III is all about before you jump into action.




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Other highlighted games from the list are turn-based RPG title Battle Chasers: Nightwar, anime fighting game Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, puzzle platformer title LocoRoco Remastered, extreme sports game Steep and dungeon crawler Vikings: Wolves of Midgard.

Also includes in the lineup are racing game Baja: Edge of Control HD and action adventure title World to the West. Destroy All Humans! and Destroy All Humans! 2 from THQ alongside Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland hails from PlayStation 2 platform.

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On top of the download and local play feature, PS Now has assorted their huge library into Collections, where members can browse from nearly 700 games that are all grouped together based on their genres, platform and themes.

If you are not signed up yet, then you can try out the 7-Day Free Trial for PlayStation Now on PS4 and PC to get access to a vast collection of games to download and play most of the PS4 and PS2 games or stream all of them as much as you like.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

PlayStation Now Games for Halloween 2018

Halloween is slowly nearing to creep upon us and PlayStation Now has some classic horror games for us to download and enjoy.

Halloween is almost here and hopefully you are not waiting for masked serial killer Michael Myers to show up at your doorstep to wish you and then chase around the whole house. Then where do you going to get some solid dose of jump-scares and spooks?

Well, you won't have to look any further because PlayStation Now has some great horror game for any fans of the genre which includes games like Bloodborne, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition, Soma, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Until Dawn and XCOM 2.

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PlayStation Now Games for Halloween 2018

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Bloodborne
This action role-playing game by developer From Software is one worthy successor of their immensely popular Dark Souls series in terms of freakishly gruesome legion of enemies, savage level of playing difficulty and melee-based combat system.

Bloodborne takes players to the Gothic world of Yharnam where they took the role of a Hunter who takes the responsibility of clean the city of all beastly creatures that has been plagued it for some time while the Hunter seeks Paleblood for some unknown reason.

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Bloodborne on PlayStation Now

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Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition
A top-down shoot 'em up game from Housemarque Climax Studios, this title has an average to favorable amount of reviews on its credential. Apocalypse Edition is an enhanced version for PS4 to enjoy the gory violence of zombie apocalypse in HD.

You can either play as Jack McReady or Scarlett Blake in a single-player mode or even pick both during co-op mode. Though Dead Nation mostly follows a typical story of a virus outbreak that starts an undead nightmare but the gameplay is quite satisfying when you see them getting massacred in an onslaught of blazing gunfire.

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Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition on PlayStation Now

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Soma
Horror works better from a first-person perspective and Frictional Games have probably figured that out before making the game. They even quirked some science fiction twist into the core of this survival horror, which saved it from being so generic of its kind.

You take control of lead character Simon Jarrett, who wakes up in an underwater research facility on the year 2104 after majority of humankind gets extinct by the impact of a massive comet. He then gets through horrors to get to fellow survivor Catherine Chun.

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Soma on PlayStation Now

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
This particular game from developer/publisher The Astronauts takes you in for a horror adventure that is set in an open world environment. Despite winning a BAFTA award in 2015, the game is heavily underrated even till date.

Focused on the adventures of paranormal detective Paul Prospero, players embark a journey to find a missing young boy named Ethan Carter in Red Creek Valley and what follows are the dark secrets of their family that threatens the life of everyone around.

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter on PlayStation Now

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Until Dawn
The best thing about Until Dawn is that you simply cannot see everything in it in just one playthrough and kudos to developer studio Supermassive Games for that. Aside from story and everything else, this mechanics increases the replay value for this horror adventure.

Just like many other Hollywood slasher films, the plot involves a group of friends goes for a holiday and things go wrong. Featuring an all-star cast like Rami Malek and Hayden Panettiere, trapped inside a remote cabin in the woods where they die one by one in goriest way possible by an unknown creature.

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Until Dawn on PlayStation Now

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XCOM 2
To introduce some varieties into the mix, here comes a turn-based tactics game from Firaxis Games and 2K Games. After the 2012 series reboot, tactical role-playing elements of the title has been improved and faster combat has been introduced.

XCOM 2 lets players be a part of a military organization that is trying its best to fend off an alien invasion on our planet. As the commander of the army, you charge your squad through all odds to stop the xenos from liquifying the fellow humans before taking over on Earth.

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XCOM 2 on PlayStation Now

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You can also check out Darksiders Warmastered Edition, Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition, Dead Island Definitive Edition, Deadlight Director’s Cut, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6, The Last of Us and The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season on PS Now.

Apparently, Halloween came this year on a nice note that PlayStation Now members can now download the games directly to their consoles and unless you are binge playing Red Dead Redemption 2 from Rockstar Games like almost everyone else, these horror games are the only good things you need for this holiday season.

Friday, October 5, 2018

PlayStation Now Adds Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4

Sony's game-streaming service now offers The Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4 along with more than 200 games.

Last month, Sony Entertainment's cloud-based gaming service PlayStation Now made a comeback with fan-favorite action RPG Bloodborne and earlier, they added game download feature for PlayStation 4 games for their monthly subscribers.

In October, 10 more new titles for PS4 are added including the likes of massively multiplayer online role-playing game Elder Scrolls Online and third-person tactical stealth shooter Sniper Elite 4, making it a total collection of more than 220 games so far.

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PlayStation Now Adds Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4

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Award-winning MMORPG title Elder Scrolls Online from Bethesda Softworks follows an ever-expanding story takes the lead of the newly added PS Now games. This base version of ESO is also compatible with all available expansions and add-on DLC, which are sold separately.

The game takes place before TES V: Skyrim, TES IV: Oblivion and TES III: Morrowind in chronological order. You will be never out of adventure or social experiences as you continue to play to create your own legacy with constant progress.

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Before you make up your mind to explore the continent of Tamriel, let's take a look into the vast world of the game for your next big adventure.




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The library now has popular games like God of War 3 Remastered, NBA 2K16, Until Dawn and WWE 2K16, which are all available for streaming on PS4 and PC or even download to the former system if you prefer.

Although all games are not available for download, you can enjoy playing them online without a PS Plus subscription. So long as you have enough hard drive space, you can download as many games as you want with no limits or restrictions.

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Bloodborne, Civilization Revolution, Fallout: New Vegas, God of War 3 Remastered, Mafia II, Mortal Kombat, NBA 2K16, The Last of Us, Red Dead Redemption and WWE 2K16 were the most popular PlayStation Now games in the month of September.

Costume Quest 2 and Machinarium have received an upgrade from PS3 version to PS4. Bound, Carmageddon: Max Damage, Styx: Shards of Darkness and Torment: Tides of Numenera are among new games that has made it to the list this month.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in September 2018

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The 7-day free trial offer they had is also reset after adding the new download feature, which means, even if you have already used up the free trial or had a subscription at some point, you can try it out again to see how the newly added features work now.

To sign up, you would require a credit card and upon expiring the tryout period, your membership will be auto-renewed per month for only $19.99. You can also just cancel it or take a different subscription plan that works for you perfectly. Why are you still waiting?

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

PlayStation Now Adds Bloodborne and More

Sony's game-streaming service PlayStation Now library adds Bloodborne, God Eater: Resurrection and Project Cars.

Featuring a vast library of more than 650 video games from PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 platforms, Sony Entertainment's cloud gaming service PlayStation Now returns with new and exciting titles added to their list.

This month, acclaimed action RPG Bloodborne from creator studio of Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, From Software joins the catalogue with other fan-favorite games like, fantasy role-playing game The Dwarves and action RPG God Eater: Resurrection.

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PlayStation Now Adds Bloodborne and More

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The plot of Bloodborne revolves around the Gothic city of Yharnam, where the inhabitants are plagued with a disease that transformed them into monstrous creatures and beasts. The player character, the Hunter finds himself amidst this mindless chaos and embarks a night of hunt on the streets.

Although the gameplay is focused on fast-paced combat system, you are best advised to not engage large horde of enemies at once or not you will end up regretting almost immediately.

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Before entering into the nightmarish city again, we offer you to take a look into the official TV commercial released for the game once again.




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Until September 25, there is a summer price promotion going on for a full month of service at $9.99 only and the offer is only for new customers. Or you can just get it for a whole year by spending only $99.99 in this special intro offer.

Being a PlayStation Plus subscriber can also earn you an exclusive discount on PlayStation Now 3-month pass for only $29.99, whereas the regular price is $44.99. Also, current PS Now members can now share access to other friends on a PS4 system.

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Batman: Arkham Origins, Fallout: New Vegas, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Mafia II, Mortal Kombat, NBA 2K16, Red Dead Redemption, Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, The Last of Us and WWE 2K16 were the most popular PlayStation Now games in August.

Doki-Doki Universe and Sound Shapes received an upgrade to PS4 version from PS3 as well. Racing games, Moto Racer 4 from developer studio Anuman and Project Cars from Slightly Mad Studios have made it to the new games list.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in August 2018

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There is a 7-day free trial to experience the PlayStation Now streaming service on PS4 and PC, which will grant you an access to loads of games on demand where new games are added every other month.

However, this is only valid for standard monthly subscription and to enjoy the $9.99 monthly offer, you need to make a direct purchase. Using your PS Plus cloud saves from your console, you can get on board with any games you want without even downloading it at all.