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PlayStation Now Open Beta goes live, all 123 games listed

PlayStation Now's open Beta has begun, here's the full list of available titles. (PlayStation Now, PS4)

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DirtyPimp   53d ago | Off topic | show | Replies(5)
fonger08  +   53d ago
I've never heard of some of these games. PS Now finally showed up on the US store, searching through it, definitely some titles I'd like to check out. I question/issue/fear is for example I own PixelJunk Monsters (PS3), Mega Man 10, and Crazy Taxi... will this service or any upcoming PS4 service allow me to play those games without having to pay for them again?
jwk94  +   53d ago
Probably not.
mrpsychoticstalker  +   53d ago
Worst service ever. $3 for 4 hours of rental ... Check this out 4 hours of REAL time NOT gameplay. After that it expires. That is not good. It doesn't make any sense.

They really need to go back to the table and discuss how they will charge gamers. Plus the majority of the games are unheard of.
jwk94  +   53d ago
I see no problem with it. The timer starts after you start the game. I could easily see myself using that 4 hour rental period for parties or situations when I have a guest over who wants to play a certain game.
Scatpants  +   53d ago
Yeah I agree I think one day should be the shortest amount of time offered. 4 hours is just insulting and stingy.
SoundGamer  +   53d ago
@mrpsychoticstalker and others complaining about the service:

If you really think the service is bad then tell Sony in a tactful and constructive manner how you would change it.

Sony is looking for feedback from the beta testers. The best way to let Sony know your thoughts on the beta and how to make it better is by putting your thoughts on the Official PlayStation Now beta forums:

http://community.us.playsta...

They are listening.
cgoodno  +   53d ago
@mrpsychoticstalker: I've seen it as $3 to test to see if you like a game and want to play it more or want to buy it on disc. I think the $2 options are a much better price range for this, though.
UltraNova  +   53d ago
No they wont allow you to play them for free.

OT: What I wanna know is how much is the developers cut out of those prices..say the F1 2013 at 6.99 for 4 hrs (hell NO)how much did Codemasters demand and,subsequently how much did Sony add for the service...

Of course each developer/publisher will ask for a different amount that's for sure. Sony must establish some boundaries and fast, if they can, before it gets out of hand and alienate everyone who's interested in this service, cause if they let devs name their price and let them have their way.. goodbye PS Now! (for me at least)

With that said I can understand why a monthly subscription would be an absolute nightmare to implement, imagine trying to get all those devs/publ to agree on something...

Unlike MS which only had EA to deal with and agree to a subscription model on EA access (not comparing these services, they cant be compared one is like Steam and the other is cloud streaming)
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Ozmoses  +   53d ago
I really think they should push for a subscription payment plan.. 3 month, 6 month and 1 year..

and they should keep the low cost 3-4 hour trials and push some incentive to encourage the person to flat out purchase the game because they rented it..

for example rent at $3.99 for 4 hours and get 10-20% off the full price if you purchase it.

I haven't downloaded anything. I kinda went to check it out just to see how the connections work.. but the later stage pricing on most of these games is horrible.. the 90 days price is outrageous..

luckily it's a beta and I know they are listening to feedback. they have even stated numerous times they are looking into a subscription type plan..

but the cheap rentals I can see being good for trying something out and than running to the store to go get it.. kind of like a digital blockbuster...

but with the birth of this new EA streaming service... it's all about to fall apart...

they are gonna pop up left and right one for every company..

Activision streaming service, Ubisoft streaming service, Capcom streaming service, etc....

that's where it is headed.. just like how HBOGO is the only place you can watch HBO Shows...

netflix sure as hell don't get them.
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SoapShoes  +   53d ago
I'm pretty sure there will be an option to purchase individual games.
Sonital  +   53d ago
Unfortunately pay again which is why I never understood people referring to Now as "backwards compatibility" when it was announced.
harrisk954  +   53d ago
Once they have a subscription model in place, it will be more like having backward compatibility than in its current rental incarnation.
fonger08  +   53d ago
Ugh yeah that's pretty much what I was thinking too. I was really hoping they would at least allow access back to some of our PSN only titles, I have a couple dozen.
ABizzel1  +   53d ago
I think it's a great idea, but I personally wish they would include a subscription service option as well.

The pricing structure is better for Sony and publishers, because it's easier to distribute money where it needs to go for the game you download, but for consumers it's easier just paying a monthly or annual fee and having all you can eat.

Another thing that's surprising is the lack of 1st / 3rd party exclusives. I guess they're trying to see which ones should become PS4 Remasters. If that's the case than only the Uncharted Collection, Resistance Collection, God of War Saga + Ascension (just because I want it -_-), Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection, and Quantic Dream Collection.

Everything else can simply be put on PS+ especially since some franchises that moved over are changing from the originals (inFamous and Killzone). I don't think we'll see another Resistance so that's a give for a Remaster IMO, and the others are simply fan favorites, while the Quantic Dream Games can easily look like PS4 games graphically and could benefit from the touchpad and camera (since the controller is basically a PS Move).

I'd love to see a Warhawk remake on PS4 (or simply bring the PS3 version over in 1080p @ 60fps as a F2P game).

Finally I love to get sequels to Folklore (spiritual successor), Heavenly Sword, Motorstorm (spiritual successor), Siren: Blood Curse (hoping Until Dawn delivers), Heavy Rain, Demon's Souls (hoping Bloodbourne delivers).
incredibleMULK  +   53d ago
the first 23 games are indies.

not a single call of duty game but they managed to put in catherine and contrast.

No crysis games.
No Battlefields.
no uncharteds.
no god of wars.
no resistance games.
no the last of us.
no beyond.
no heavy rain.
no little big planet.

sony you are the king
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of bonehead moves.

It appears that the toxic spill has affected sony's judgment and rational thinking. I wonder if sony is the only japanese company doing these hairbrained schemes.

Lets see how many fantards defend this train wreck.

puke.
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Sy_Wolf  +   53d ago
Shooters and God of War wouldn't work well because of the technical limitations of their streaming. Better to not include them then include them and have it be crap. It's just a beta after all.
OpenGL  +   53d ago
I'd be weary of trying to play any game that requires quick response times over Playstation Now.
andibandit  +   53d ago
"Shooters and God of War wouldn't work well because of the technical limitations of their streaming"

Yet they put Dirt3 in there...
IcicleTrepan  +   53d ago
prob because the latency is too high for that sort of game and they're trying to hide that fact
3-4-5  +   53d ago
a few solid games but tons of filler in there too.
TAURUS-555  +   53d ago
OMG i love my PS4 so so many games ¡¡¡¡
VforVideogames  +   52d ago
Most of those games are going to be free to play on Xbox Live like guacamelee dishonored etc etc no reason to get ps now unless you are a die hard sony fan and just like to give them money. I think sony ps4 is nothing but an indie console.
riverstars86  +   53d ago
$6.99 to play F1 2013 for 4 hours? Where does Codemasters get the cojones?
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Eonjay  +   53d ago
That is incredibly outrageous. Unmitigated boldness.
Godz Kastro  +   53d ago
LOL
LAWSON72  +   53d ago
So the prices are still bad? This service has a long way to go, hopefully people dont buy into these ridiculous prices so good changes happen
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Dontworrybhappy  +   53d ago
Agreed. It should not be 4 hours rather it should be a day for 2 bucks. The other prices would make sense if they were NEW games. But they are not.
D-Du  +   53d ago
Yeah, I used to rent PS1 games for a day for $2.50 from a local video store.
xxBiG_BoSSxx  +   53d ago
most of the prices do break down to $2 a day or less, from what I can see. The F1 game for example is $11.99 for seven days.

A lot of fuss has been made about the ps now pricing, mainly based on how ridiculous the 4 hour fees are. and they are ridiculous. and publishers/sony know they're ridiculous. The lower tier/smallest time frame pricing of services like this always sucks, because they want you to see the value of paying more.

That 4.99 exists purely to shock you into paying the 8.99, the 15.99 for the longer term. $2 or less a day is not much if you like F1 racing.
I don't like it, so I wouldn't pay it, but I might for darksiders 2.
AndrewLB  +   53d ago
Dontworrybhappy- Most people would play through an entire game in a single day. So $2/day is ridiculous.
Corpser  +   53d ago | Well said
this is not good value for Playstation fans
Angels3785  +   53d ago
This is a BETA where the prices are nowhere near final and the subscription service is not implemented.

@ below

That is exactly what I'm saying...so I don't get the point of your argument. People are still complaining about prices...therefore in the final they will be adjusted.

That's why I said "Where the prices are nowhere near final" I never said people cant complain or tried to downplay the prices...in fact I want people to complain! Means we all get a better value in the end!

The only reason Sony is coming under fire is because they are showing their hand too early...and people live in the here and now...and the prices are high. But it is smart of Sony to test the waters. Imagine if they launched as it currently is?
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marlinfan10  +   53d ago
@angel

so? these are still the prices they're giving us right now, i think were allowed to say something about it. if we don't they wont change them
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Gh05t  +   53d ago
@angels

Relax it was a joke put at the expense of Sony in reference to EA Access which I might add is also a BETA.
Death  +   53d ago
@Angels,

How do you know these aren't final prices? These are clearly the prices Sony wants for the service. This isn't a "beta" anymore than the last firmware update for the system either. Sony can call it beta all they want, but it's a working business model with monetary transactions. This is PSNow.
Novistador  +   53d ago
I don't get it... if it's a beta why not make it free to play? They are going to miss so many bugs putting this behind a paywall.
pwnsause_returns  +   53d ago
Hamiltons Fault
DLConspiracy  +   53d ago
Subscription based or failure. Its not gonna work until they do. Don't care if its a beta the end product still won't work till its on par with Netflix only for gaming. If they do that... THEN it will be a huge success.
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BattleTorn  +   53d ago
I don't care if it becomes subscription based, from what I played for free I can tell I don't like streaming games.

I'm gonna be sticking to buying cheap used games if re-playing older titles is what I want. I'm much happier sticking a disc in and having a install
AndrewLB  +   53d ago
Sony LOVES it's fans and you will all LOVE Playstation Now! Just do as you're told and nobody gets hurt. I hope you remember the safe word.
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Sayai jin  +   53d ago
Spot on!

On topic, if they lower the prices and look at the hourly requirement to will be more enticing. It's still a new program so people should be patient. Nice to see the beta in the works!
SuperBlur  +   53d ago
wtf i thought they would atleast put some titles for free.. im not gonna pay for something that may not work properly and i'll never get my money back

no thank you , paid beta is not my thing
S2Killinit  +   53d ago
the games on offer will work. they have already done the testing phase, this is just a reaction phase. You wont loose your money if you are ok with the prices, then you will get what you pay for.
SuperBlur  +   53d ago
If they were done with the testing phase , it wouldn't be called BETA. I'm not gonna help fund this project , my wallet is not a charity
Ashlen  +   53d ago
Work and "work in a playable fashion" are two totally different things.
S2Killinit  +   52d ago
what are you two talking about? Im playing a game on it right now. It works just fine. Come on guys, put your biases aside and stop hating. No body said your wallet is a charity, if you like one of the games on offer get it, if you don't like any of them, no one is forcing you to. is that so hard to understand?
jwk94  +   53d ago
I was in the closed beta. The service performs really well as long as you pass the connection test.
ginsunuva  +   53d ago
Open Beta in services world = first version of full release, except there may be more bugs than usual.

For example, GMail was in beta from 2004-2009.
SuperBlur  +   53d ago
Gmail didnt ask me money to send emails
fr0sty  +   53d ago
Don't act like you've never seen a beta force you to buy another game to get access to it... monetizing a beta is nothing new. Part of the testing phase for this service is determining pricing and subscription service structure, so of course they want to see who is willing to pay for what.
tommygunzII  +   53d ago
I've been in the beta since March, it works. I also told them to keep prices low and the service would eventually become profitable, but I'm just one person.
NeoGamer232  +   53d ago
People have to realize that these services cost a lot of money to provide and run.

Sony has to pay for:
- The servers to run this
- The Internet connectivity to provide the service
- The ongoing development of the service
- The electricity, administration, facilities, and management of the service
etc.

None of these costs disappear when they offer games free over the service. So there are losses everytime they do that.

I know a lot of people are upset about the pricing and based on the price of physical games and the used game market the costs are ridiculous. But, the costs are reflecting the cost to deliver it.

That said, I think that this service is dead in the water. I applaud Sony for wanting to do this and to give it a try, but, the costs to deliver it are just too high for it to be feasible. Really this is just a business mistake and an over promise they made. I don't think gamers should be hard on them for trying...

To make a comparison it would be like one of those companies that are booking space flights for 100's of thousands and millions of dollars. Sure the cost are astronomical and if they priced them at $500 they would have filled seats for centuries, but the reality is they just can't deliver the service for that kind of cost.

PS Now is the same thing, but it's consumer target is a bunch of people that won't spend that type of money when they can walk to gamestop and get a much cheaper (and arguably) better experience (no latency, guaranteed game access, and not a rental).

Gamers need to face realities. These things are not free. And every company has a right to make money on the services they provide. I doubt they are gouging here. This is just a cost reality.
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Bonkerz  +   53d ago
And they had the balls to say EA Access was a bad deal... These prices are outrageous, get it together Sony.

@Arkard, you are making it feel like they have the right to insult another companies program. If they have the audacity to insult EA's program by claiming it is a "bad" deal, how can they publish a program that is obviously much worse?
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arkard  +   53d ago
Sony has stated prices are set by publishers. Quit trolling and acting like Sony has all the power here.
2cents  +   53d ago
They had the power to say no to EA's service.
They have the power to outline the price points for their own streaming service.

This is Bull, I own at least 40 of those games on disc. I will not be paying these ridiculous prices to play them on my PS4. Day light robbery.
KNWS  +   53d ago
Doubtful isn't the service been run by Galkai? Sony owns it so they must be incurring costs somewhere.
Xb1ps4  +   53d ago
We'll... It is called playstation now, introduced by Sony and owned by Sony.. I would hope they have the power to call shots..
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SoapShoes  +   53d ago
This being poorly priced in the BETA doesn't make EA Access any better of a deal.... One being bad doesn't make the other bad option good.
Dontworrybhappy  +   53d ago
Lol true dat Soap. I dont think 30 dollars a YEAR is bad for BF4, if it worked properly -_-
user9558903  +   53d ago
Yes it does...
Gh05t  +   53d ago
Nope but when you say the better of the two bad options is not good enough and release your own worse crap and tell people it will smell like roses later what do you have.
Sitdown  +   53d ago
From here on out....anytime a console war breaks out in a thread, I need you to run in and quote your last line.
Spinal  +   53d ago
Soap stop being a stupid fanboy.

PS NOW offering is TERRIBLE as it stands right now.

EA Access is a great deal at $30 for a year access to all next gen games fifa 14, BF4, UFC 2014 and Madden 25. And thats downloading an playin em not STREAMING old gen games.

I don't even own an xbox one. I got a PS4 and my PC rig.

But I can see the difference between a good deal and a shitty one.

I'm jus gonna enjoy my last of us remastered tonight as it will be my first playthrough an looking forward to Destiny. PS Now can die with fire for all i care at those prices.
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EData  +   53d ago
They probably felt that a streaming service for ONE publisher was the part of the deal that was bad with EA. I like the idea of PSNow much more, but I absolutely agree that the pricing sucks.
arkard  +   53d ago
I didn't realize EA's program allows you to play games from Ubi, or Activision. Oh is Capcom or Konami on there to? EA is one subscription, now let's put all the other developers in there. So 30$ a year and then multiply that by every publisher that you want to play. Your paying 30$ a year for the "privilege" of 10% off a digital game. DRM hidden under the guise of a discount. I use the Best Buy unlocked program, 120$ for 2 years. It's 20% off, I still get a physical copy I can sell. Not to mention between the pre order incentive of a 10$ gift card on most big AAA games and the points you earn towards rewards certificate. I save a lot of money this way. And can still sell my used games.

At least with psnow it is on a lot of systems. Hell, if you have the right TV all you need is a controller. Once it comes to vita I could play games anywhere with WiFi.

A subscription service has yet to be announced but I think for the hard-core gamer that's looking at psnow, this will be the way to go. I don't see it as a 10$ service. I would expect to see it closer to 30 or 40 a month. People keep comparing to Netflix but this isn't the same thing. They are not just streaming video, they have to have computers in place to register button presses and constant user input, process it and send it back to the user. Sony has never said that games you already own will be free to play on psnow. I think everyone had such huge expectations cost wise. Sony have to make this sustainable and currently it seems at the price point they are currently at.
Antwan3k  +   53d ago
Even if I paid $30 a year for services from EA, Ubisoft, and Activision, and more it would still cost less money on average than PSNow with these prices.. Especially if we are supposed to accept that PSNow is a $30 or $40 a month service as you are implying..
tommygunzII  +   53d ago
EA is a stain on the industry. If you can't see that there is nothing we can tell you.
Rearden  +   53d ago
They should have offered some of the titles for free, since this is a beta and Sony is asking people to test a service that's not 100% ready.
KwietStorm  +   53d ago
Well they were free in the closed beta. Don't know what's goin on now.
SoapShoes  +   53d ago
I think they have done what they need to as far as latency is concerned so now they are testing reaction to pricing.
Dontworrybhappy  +   53d ago
So far reactions arent positive. But if Sony acts like Microsoft has been recently, im sure those prices will drop in no time at all. Atleast i freakin hope so. Never played MGS except a lil at a friends when i was a kid, and would love to play it. :D
Gh05t  +   53d ago
The reaction to the first prices wasn't good enough I guess.
bleedsoe9mm  +   53d ago
at least one free try so you can see how it works for your connection and if its worth the money ,even if it only 15 or 30 minutes .
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Godz Kastro  +   53d ago
This list has better games than I thought it would. Im not interested in any of them but at least it shows initial promise.

Kind of weird to charge during a beta. Wasnt it in beta already and should be out if money is now asked of the consumer.

I agree, at least 1 free title to ease people in.
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Lawboy2  +   53d ago
Same thing i said yesterday
kneon  +   53d ago
I think it's now more of a marketing test to see what price points work. During the closed beta we had some free games.
Sm00thNinja  +   53d ago
Not interested in any of these, probably because I own a majority of the titles. Prices are outrageous ATM though...
ExPresident  +   53d ago
These publishers giving these high prices need to be shown that they won't be tolerated. As much as I'd like to see a service like this succeed I don't want it under these high prices.

Sony has said they do not set the prices, and that they are up to publishers. So if you have free time your best bet would be to not rent the titles, and also email those publishers.
Godz Kastro  +   53d ago
Publishers are setting the prices? Yeah, dont buy into these high prices. They will become the norm. Sheesh, imagine a game like TLOU. It would be double the price for half the time.
Imalwaysright  +   53d ago
I don't trust any publisher. They're greedy as f*** and well versed in underhanded business practices. If turning games into services becomes the norm and we end up not having any other option they will milk us dry.
Ares84HU  +   53d ago
Monthly subscription service of $10-$15. Otherwise this will crash and burn.
its_JEFF  +   53d ago
I think $10-$15 might be too much for some. I think $5-$10 may be more comfortable for some. But I do agree that this needs to be a Sub or at least give us the option to sign up for a Sub, 3, 6, and 12 month subs.
bleedsoe9mm  +   53d ago
have 2 plus prices one 49.99 without and one 79.99 with Now
skoorydook  +   53d ago
Can't say this or EA access particularly floats my boat
nope111  +   53d ago
Prices are still butt-rape.
S2Killinit  +   53d ago
its actually pretty cool. its kind of like having a red box in your house. Im looking forward to playing Oddworld: strangers wrath, Darksiders 1 and 2, and dead rising 1,2
Gh05t  +   53d ago
More options for games but way higher prices.
Sitdown  +   53d ago
Ummm......probably more like having On-Demand.
IcicleTrepan  +   53d ago
you're going to be playing dead rising 1 and 2 on PS
Now? How is that exactly

EDIT: Nevermind me. I thought DR 1& 2 were still exclusive
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lifesanrpg  +   53d ago
I counted 116 games...
Godz Kastro  +   53d ago
You counted that? you my friend are trippin!

edit - @life

Ok, you gained a couple cool points back, haha... just messing with ya. Good deal...
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lifesanrpg  +   53d ago
Just put it in a word file and use the numbered list option. So really, Word counted it for me lol
andibandit  +   53d ago
what?? seriously....116 and not 113???

Shut up and take my money!!!
marlinfan10  +   53d ago
the last time i tried ps now, when it was free, i couldn't even play because i lagged so bad. they need to let us try them out. I'm not paying for anything until i know it'll be stable.

prices still need some work too
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patchzon  +   53d ago
The prices are ridiculous,really!I hope they change that very quick!
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Eonjay  +   53d ago
The service works. All they need now is a Netflixesque sub model and they have a winner.
Lionalliance  +   53d ago
Prices are not final, so give your thoughts about it to them.
Macdaddy71  +   53d ago
Over 80% of the games you can buy from! Craigslist, amazon, flea markets for same or cheaper and you Keep them, until the offer a Netflix type plan it don't make good business since,.. I really hope no one pays $3.99 for so many hours to play a game!!!
But each his on, but remember the more that does it the price won't go down.. It's like not owning a ps4 n X1 and bitch bout the one you don't have.. If you don't own a system I say you don't have the Right to say one cross word wrong
roland82  +   53d ago
I was hoping for newer games like darksouls 2. It being a beta and most of these games are old we should at least get a free trial.
DarthBigE  +   53d ago
Prices are horrible.
$4 for 4 hrs...no thanks
can go to redbox and get a game for $4 for 24 hrs.
I think $1 for 4 hrs will be fair.
Sony really needs to find a way to implement a subscription service. ( but, I dont think they will after that whole EA access. They dont want to add more subscriptions to gamers)
Maybe they can raise the price of Ps+ and once a month allow gamers to choose one game of their choice to stream....
Ark_  +   53d ago
Usual pricingpolicy is to make the most money out of your service/games, not to get the most players using/playing it.

For example: You would need 4x more customers at 1$/hour than at 4$/an hour just to get the same revenue.

I personally find the service ridiculously overpriced. 4$ for 4hours is like paying for a demo.
akanote  +   53d ago
Where the fudge is uncharted
ghostface9  +   53d ago
Would not pay to play any of those games maybe I will try it when they get a decent game list and price drops a lot the original pricing was way too high
silvacrest  +   53d ago
just give us a reasonable subscription model (£10 to £15 a month) so we can forget about these dreadful prices

and get rid of the 4 hour minimum time limit, 24 hours at the very least

hopefully sony are just gauging the public response to the prices and will adjust accordingly
S2Killinit  +   52d ago
true, to be fair I think the only ridiculous pricing is the 4 hour one, the others dont seem too bad. If I was to rent a game for a week, for example, i would expect to pay something similar to 6-7 dollars plus or minus tax. I think they should get rid of the 4 hour model. Also it would be nice to reduce the prices of the other models by a dollar. not sure if that is a possibility.
kenshin12789  +   53d ago
dem prices doe...
spektical  +   53d ago
sony isnt setting the prices, independent publishers are. IMO the blame is on both for the terrible pricing structure. Its in beta with people avoiding the high prices that will it stick it to sony and the publishers setting these ridiculous prices
Izzy408  +   53d ago
Where are all of the EA games? Oh, wait....
Steptoe  +   53d ago
I just don't get it. Why would i want to stream PS3 games. I still own a PS3. Why waste my time streaming it when i can buy the game online for a couple of quid? I don't even want to stream games. If this is the future then im firmly in the past!
hiawa23  +   52d ago
I agree. My PS3 sits under the PS4 so this has no appeal to me. Good cash grab for Sony..
Project_Storm  +   53d ago
I really think that this is a nice addition to the PS experience. I will happily take anything that can make my gaming experience deeper on PS4. I do have one small question. Will PS Now playback games in Dolby, DTS, etc.? I ask bc I have a nice surround setup specifically for PS4 and want to take advantage of the best audio playback possible. Especially since quality sound can enhance the overall immersion of gaming. Thanks.
kewlkat007  +   53d ago
Naaah..
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