Sony has significantly bolstered its PlayStation Now game streaming subscription service with the addition of 105 new games.
The Gaikai-powered cloud platform now features high profile titles from Capcom’s Resident Evil, Street Fighter and Dead Rising franchises.
Among the newcomers - which takes the overall library beyond 250 - are six Resident Evil games and four Street Fighter titles.
PS Now subscribers will also be able to access Lost Planet 2, 3 and Extreme Edition, while Dead Rising 2 and a pair of Mega Man games are also available. You can check out the entire line-up of new titles on the PlayStation blog.
The new additions give PlayStation Now a much needed boost as it seeks to live up to its ‘Netflix of gaming’ billing.
The $20/£13 a month all-access service still lacks the comprehensive library of titles necessary to make it a truly intriguing prospect for those seeking access to last-gen games on a multitude of devices.
Beyond the subscription service, the company is also offering four-hourly, weekly, 30-day and 90-day rental options for a much larger selection of individual games which aren’t that aggressively priced.
See also: What is PlayStation Now?
PS Now is currently available on PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Sony’s PlayStation TV set-top box and some smart TVs from Sony and Samsung.
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