In 2014, Sony launched PlayStation Now to give gamers access to classic PlayStation 3 titles. The cloud gaming service requires a subscription fee of $20 a month (or $445 for three months) for access to a selection of games.
You can also rent games individually in one of four time-frames: 4 hours, 7 days, 30 days, or 90 days.
This month, Sony has added 25 more titles to their growing PlayStation Now library:
- Beyond: Two Souls + Advanced Experiments DLC
- WRC 5: FIA World Rally Championship
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II
- Retro City Rampage DX
- Smash Cars
- Enemy Front
- Alien Rage
- Velocity Ultra
- Tennis in the Face
- Go! Sports Ski
- Nitro(+) Blasterz:Heroines Infinite Duel
- Don Bradman Cricket 14
- Handball 16
- Hunter’s Trophy 2: Australia
- Greg Hastings Paintball 2
- Star Raiders
- Rugby 15
- Rugby World Cup 2015
- MotorStorm RC Complete Edition
While it hasn’t garnered the same praise as Microsoft’s backwards compatibility program, which requires no fees to play Xbox 360 titles you already own, PlayStation Now has steadily grown into an enticing offer as the list grows to more than 400 playable titles.