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PS Now has added 50 PS4 games to the service. There is now a total of 275 PS4 games.

 

 

 

New holiday pricing includes a full year for $79.99.

 

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The holidays are now upon us! Santa Claus has arrived early this year, because today we’re adding 50 more PlayStation 4 games to the PlayStation Now library, bringing the total to over 275 PS4 games to stream or download, and a total of over 700 PS4, PS3, and PS2 games to stream. We’ve also got some great discount deals happening on our subscriptions, so keep reading to find out more.

 


Other new PS4 games this month include the open-world Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, the classic Super Star Wars, retro-style 2D platformer Dandara, J-RPG Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, the frantic Raiden V: Director’s Cut, the fast-paced thrill-ride TRON RUN/r, and many more.

Today also marks the start of our holiday price promotion for PlayStation Now. From today through January 8 (8 AM PT), we are bringing back three exciting subscription offers. If you’ve never tried the service before, you can get your first month for just $9.99 with our special intro offer (new subscribers only). Also available is a discount on the 3-month offer, now just $29.99 ($44.99 regular price), and for the best bang for your buck, 12 months for just $79.99 ($99.99 regular price), both available to new and existing subscribers alike. You can also check out the seven-day free trial for PS4 and PC to get started.

 

 

https://blog.us.playstation.com/2018/12/04/ps-now-adds-50-more-ps4-games-including-for-honor/

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I just noticed that they are listing $99.99 as the base price for Now for the year. That used to be the promotional price. Progress.....

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January PS+:

 

  • Steep. | PS4.
  • Portal Knights. | PS4.
  • Zone of the Enders HD Collection. | PS3.
  • Amplitude. | PS3.
  • Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion. | PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
  • Super Mutant Alien Assault. | PS Vita.

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I've been flip-flopping on Steep since before release - unsure which format to get it on, whether to just get the base game first or go straight to the Olympics bundle and so on, so I'm really pleased by this news. 

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February line-up:

 

PS+ Feb. lineup:

For Honor (PS4)

Hitman: The Complete First Season (PS4)

Divekick (PS3, PS Vita)

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)

Gunhouse (PS4, PS Vita)

Rogue Aces (PS4, PS Vita)

 

One reminder that February is the last month where PS3 and Vita games will be offered:

 

 

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...and one big upgrade announcement for PS+ Cloud:

 

 

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Kind of no-brainer. Glad to see it.

 

 

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This is a good month for games... 

 

I had a lot of fun with For Honor back when it came out.  I may need to jump back in with the new influx of players and try it out again.

I bought Hitman 2 during xmas sales, so I'm excited to be able to add all of the hitman 1 levels into my game!

Rogue Aces is a fun little game (bought it on switch a while back)

 

 

 

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Hopefully Hitman gets more people into the series. Completely forgot PS3/VITA games were ending in March. It’ll be interesting to see how strong entirely PS4 lineups end up being going forward. 

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Rogue Aces is an absolute gem on the Switch, though I'm not entirely sure I need it again.

Hitman is the best game of 2016, and sure, I'll take a third copy of it, just in case both the PC and Xbox are busy.

Not sure about the rest. Heard good things about Divekick.

 

MGS 4 has always scared me away, as someone who bought and never played MGS 2 beyond the opening because the cutscenes so bored me.

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51 minutes ago, iainl said:

Rogue Aces is an absolute gem on the Switch, though I'm not entirely sure I need it again.

Hitman is the best game of 2016, and sure, I'll take a third copy of it, just in case both the PC and Xbox are busy.

Not sure about the rest. Heard good things about Divekick.

 

MGS 4 has always scared me away, as someone who bought and never played MGS 2 beyond the opening because the cutscenes so bored me.

 

Never play MGS4....:lawl

 

Seriously, the second half of MGS4 is an interactive movie. You do far more watching than playing.

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5 minutes ago, Romier S said:

 

Never play MGS4....:lawl

 

Seriously, the second half of MGS4 is an interactive movie. You do far more watching than playing.

 

So many eggs...

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I got MGS 4 in the PS3 80Gig bundle the day it was released.  Came with a Walmart giftcard and some other stuff.  I didn't have a lot of exposure to the franchise, but soon learned after the first 20 min. cut scene that it wasn't for me LOL.

 

I still value that PS3 for it's backwards compatibility to the PS1 and PS2 :)

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Yeah, I did hear about that in 4, which is why I stayed away. I played a bit of Ground Zeroes until I discovered I was rubbish, so maybe I should go back to it now I’m into Hitman. 

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