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PlayStation Now gets 105 new games as Street Fighter and Resident Evil check in

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.

Are you a PS Now patron? Will the influx of Capcom’s finest bring you aboard? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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