PlayStation Now Subscriptions: New for March 2015

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PlayStation Now Subscriptions: New for March 2015

Back in January we were excited to finally unveil the PlayStation Now subscription service and we have been ecstatic with the feedback so far. In February, we added a round of additional games to the service.

For those of you unfamiliar with the subscription, you can choose from two subscription plans on your PS4 — monthly for $19.99, or a three-month package for $44.99 (about $15 per month) for unlimited game streaming to all your PlayStation Now compatible devices.

Today I’m excited to let you all know which games will be added to the PlayStation Now subscription in March!

PlayStation Now Subscriptions: New for March 2015


We all know you enjoyed running around virtual Seattle as Delsin in inFAMOUS: Second Son on PS4, but have you seen the world through Cole MacGrath’s eyes? For those of you that missed the second installment of inFAMOUS, now is the time to catch up.

Twisted Metal

What would PlayStation Now be without a visit from our dear friend Sweet Tooth? Relive the vehicular carnage as you stream the latest iteration in the Twisted Metal franchise.

R-Type Dimensions

Do you like to kick it old school? Then R-Type Dimensions is for you. A lovely package of both R-Type 1 and 2 with a new feature that allows you to shift between original and newly revamped graphics — R-Type Dimensions is still the extremely challenging, side-scrolling shooter you remember.

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Alone in the Dark: Inferno

Ever wonder what it would be like to wake up in the middle of a literal and theoretical nightmare? Battle hellish forces and try and piece together your mysterious past while saving New York City from doom in this adventure horror game.

Operation Flashpoint: Red River

Boasting 4-player co-op in this geopolitical shooter, Operation Flashpoint: Red River delivers the full intense modern day shooter experience. Team up with your friends (or play solo with complete squad AI) to take on the unique modes.

Whether it’s playing as two PlayStation legends, reliving some old memories, or engaging in high paced action adventure, March’s additions to the PlayStation Now subscription offer something for everyone.

Don’t forget, if you haven’t tried the subscription yet, there is a free 7-day trial waiting for you on PlayStation Store.

What’s your favorite game in the PS Now subscription catalog? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Only problem I see is that Operation Flashpoint Red River is no longer Co-Op online, the servers were turned off a few years ago. :( otherwise its a great game and I love PSNow!

  • For this delay, Sony should sweeten the pot and throw in a couple of extra free titles or have a 1-day 99 cent sale. Some way to make it up to us.

  • Still can’t believe people are calling this overpriced, they obviously don’t remember the days when it cost $8 to rent 1 game for 3 days. Hell, it cost more at $2 a day for 1 game at Redbox. Hey Sony, your non-customers who lurk here are dumb.

  • Hate to gripe but the amount of indies offered on Plus is overwhelming. Not saying you should stop giving away Indie games altogether but I’m really not a fan of that style of game and I don’t think I’m the only one. I have a PS4, PS3, and PSVita. I jumped on to Sony for their selection of 1st party AAA games and I got Plus for the great selections they used to offer years ago. I don’t play online so I feeling that the service is losing value with me. Please get us some of the quality games we used to see!

  • @204 – Don’t be so ignorant and close-minded. Indie is not a “style of game”. They’re games that were made by smaller teams without a massive budget. Some of the greatest games ever developed came from indie studios.
    And Sony can’t afford to give away the few AAA games they have for PS4. You paid $50 for your subscription and you’re complaining about the HUNDREDS of dollars worth of games you get? If all you want is Destiny and Call of Doody, go buy them yourself. Sony is not going to bankrupt themselves because you think you deserve everything for free. People like you make me think PS+ was a mistake. Sony gives us so much and you only show how ungrateful you are. You don’t deserve anything at all.

  • I would love to see blizz the League 2, fallout new Vegas on ps now subscriber and let us play all of the rent games if you are a subscriber

  • I’m definitely in the minority but I like the concept of PS Now – I think I’m their target audience though. I was a prior gen 360 player, I don’t have a PS3 and $15 a month isn’t really that huge of a deal. I’m a big fan of my Vita and getting the subscription to apply there and having the library portable is huge. $45 gives me 3 months to play games I never got to experience – 3 God of Wars, 2 Infamous, 2 Uncharted, Shadow of the Colossus, Twisted Metal, Last of Us, etc. I get to play other titles I never had before and get to screw around with titles I’d probably never pay for. I like the trial so far and a few months for a little less than a new release will give me a ton to do.

    The biggest piece I can’t get past is the lag on the Vita even when I’m practically sitting on top of my router. I tried Shadow of the Colossus last night and had almost a full second of lag despite a positive PS Now internet test. NASCAR 14 had me repeatedly driving full speed in circles and into walls. For me losing the cross-playability of many of the games on the Vita makes this a decent offering rather than an awesome one. I might give it a go on my PS4 but having PS Now on the Vita but not being functional is a big loss to me.

  • I did the beta, and I have not played much since… however I would like to see or find something that would bring me to play or rent or subscribe. The very titles that would get me there are SOCOM 1 and SOCOM 2… yes with multiplayer… I miss my fix.. I am sure many others do to! That will be all please and thank you!

  • last month admin said subscription service would be coming soon for vita….2 months this has gone by and still nothing. Lets go Sony tired of waiting what the freak is the hold up!!

  • I signed up for the 7 day free trial and I think overall its a good deal for 15 dollars a month for the service but It falls short for me on is it worth it. I am an early adopter to new technology and got my PS4 on preorder right in the beginning. I am however only an avid gamer and only buy a handful of games a year and play them a few hours a week at most do to my school and work schedule. Maybe if I had more games or more free time I would play games a bit more but with spring and summer coming up I don’t see me using 15 dollars a month worth of gaming. I think they should price via an hour cap almost like phone carriers with data caps. You can do 5 dollars a month and it gets you 30 hours a month on PS now, 10 hours gets you 75 hours and 15 dollars is unlimited. Just like how the phone carriers charge for 2 or 3 GB of data or you can get unlimited. I will probably not renew the service during summer since 15 dollars is to much for me but if they had a cheaper plan that I could go down to than I would sign up for it as something like 10-15 hours would be plenty for me.

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