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New games join the PlayStation Now library today, including Dishonored

Arkane’s brilliant steampunk stealth adventure headlines a new range of games to the streaming service

Arkane Studios was rightly commended upon the release of its sublime stealth adventure Dishonored. Offering a unique spin on the first person stealth genre with its steampunk leanings and generous lashings of mystical power moves, the game proved a hit on release.

Now you can reacquaint yourself with Corvo and his quest or get your first taste of the sights and sounds of Dunwall as Dishonored sneaks its way onto PS Now today. The game headlines a diverse range of games that are also joining the streaming service:

  • Sparkle 2 (PS4)
  • Tennis In The Face (PS4)
  • Mousecraft (PS4)
  • Pang Adventures (PS4)
  • Krinkle Krusher (PS4)
  • Super Exploding Zoo! (PS4)
  • Don’t Die Mr Robot! (PS4)
  • Dishonored (PS3)
  • Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 1 (PS4)

But even if they don’t interest you, you’ve a choice of over 450 PS3 and PS4 games to pick from on PS Now, including exclusives such as The Last of Us, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and Killzone Shadow Fall; blockbuster hits like Red Dead Redemption, Batman: Arkham City, and WWE 2K16; and family friendly titles including Lego Movie Videogame, Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, and Tearaway Unfolded. For a full list of games available on PS Now, please click here.

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All these and upcoming games are yours to stream and play – no need to download and install – with a PS Now subscription (a subscription also enables players to unlock both PS3 and PS4 trophies, send and receive online multiplayer invites, and share gameplay status updates with their friends list). Why not try it out for yourself with a free seven day trial? If you like it, the monthly subscription is available for £12.99 per month.

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The service is currently available in the U.S., Canada, Japan, U.K., Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg.

For more information on PS Now, please click here.

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*insert post moaning about price*

*insert post claiming they would use it (no you won’t) if it was available in your county*

*insert post about why you don’t get the games you already own for free*

17 euros per month for a game streaming service? What a joke.

Why is Demon’s Souls only available in Japan?

I already own Dishonored on PS3. Why can’t I access it on PS Now for free?

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Demon’s Souls was published by Sony in Japan so it’s easy for them to list it there, whereas Europe was Bandai Namco. So you’ll have to ask Bandai Namco why it’s not released in Europe.

Then again the servers for Demon’s Souls are shutting down globally on the 28th of February so they might not want to.

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is dishonored the definitive edition with all the dlc’s? i might play it then cuss i never played the dlc’s.

Nope, standard PS3 version. PS Now is a joke of a service. It looks like they’re stretching out Bethesda’s games at the moment, so probably just standard Fallout New Vegas (if that) next month then a couple months into 2018 they’ll add the DLC to F3, NV and Dishonored and call that a monthly update (or 3..). Then again this is the PS Now, expect nothing but the worst (and you’ll still be disappointed).

Carnivius_Prime 14 December, 2017 @ 13:21
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Don’t Die Mr Robot! is a great lil arcade game but I bought it when super cheap ages ago and then later on it was a PS Plus freebie and it’s only about 99MB on a hard drive and you’d probably quickly use up more than that in streaming bandwidth if playing it as much as I had been.

Yet again we lose out to the USA, What’s happened to Oblivion????

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