105 New Games Join PlayStation Now Subscription Service Today

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105 New Games Join PlayStation Now Subscription Service Today

105 New Subscription Games

Today is a big day for the PlayStation Now games streaming subscription service. We’re adding 105 games to the library, bringing our total count to over 250 subscription games! Without a doubt, this is our biggest release of new content ever!

We’re equally excited to announce that 21 of these new additions come from renowned publisher Capcom, who will be adding top franchises, such as Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Lost Planet, Mega Man, Dead Rising, Bionic Commando and more. Click here to start your 7-Day free trial.

PS Now - Resident Evil

Resident Evil Games

Resident Evil 6

The bioterrorism nightmare is more chilling than ever, as outbreaks in America, Europe, and China threaten to plunge the world into chaos. Multiple heroes will rise to meet the threat of this new viral outbreak. (Rated Mature)

Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (Existing Subscription Game)

Featuring Chris Redfield of the original Resident Evil and new partner Sheva Alomar, a West African agent of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA), this sci-fi action, survival game is packed with hordes of fast-moving, quick-thinking enemies that represent a whole new breed of unimaginable undead evil. (Rated Mature)

Resident Evil 4

Six years after the destruction of Raccoon City, Leon Kennedy is sent on a secret rescue mission to Europe to rescue the president’s daughter. During the search, Leon realizes the nightmare has not yet ended. (Rated Teen)

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X

Three months after the destruction of Raccoon City, Claire Redfield travels to Europe in search of her brother Chris. After a heated gun fight, she is captured. Can Claire escape the zombie hoard and reunite with her brother…? (Rated Mature)

Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles

The Umbrella Corporation has fallen, and its crimes have become no more than a memory. But its creations live on. Survive this horror-filled story with classic characters in The Darkside Chronicles! (Rated Mature)

Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles

Six years after the destruction of Raccoon City, Leon Kennedy is sent on a secret rescue mission to Europe to rescue the president’s daughter. During the search, Leon realizes the nightmare has not yet ended. (Rated Mature)

PS Now - Street Fighter

Street Fighter Games

Ultra Street Fighter 4

USFIV evolves the franchise to a whole new level, with 44 fighters, furious new game modes, stunning battle stages, punishing combo attacks, rebalanced gameplay and over 100 costumes. It’s the ultimate K.O. (Rated Teen)

Street Fighter 3 Third-Strike Online Edition

One of the most revered and sophisticated fighting games of all time takes the battle online. Throw down with enhanced HD-filtered graphics, arcade-perfect gameplay and more. It’s the third strike that counts. (Rated Teen)

Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix

The original MMA series is back, dressed to kill with a whole new look and improved fighting system. Play the original Turbo mode to revisit old-school gameplay or the Remixed mode for exciting new techniques. (Rated Teen)

Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix

Duke it out as dangerously cute, anime-styled versions of Ryu, Chun-Li, Sakura, Ken and other iconic Capcom characters in this dazzling HD puzzle fighter remake. This is irresistible puzzle play at its finest. (Rated Everyone)

PS Now - Mega Man

Classic Capcom Hits

Mega Man 10

Mega Man 10 delivers authentic platformer game play and classic 8-bit style graphics and sound. Rediscover the classically inspired new boss characters, each with their own unique weapons and vulnerabilities. (Rated Everyone)

Mega Man 9

The classic Blue Bomber is back with the ninth installment in the classic series. It’s a new adventure for Mega Man all done in an 8-bit style — graphics, music, and gameplay are all like you remember them! (Rated Everyone)

Bionic Commando: Rearmed

Rearmed is a total HD makeover, with newly designed artwork, dynamic shadows, particle effects, environmental damage, reworked musical score and weapons–with iconic shooting and intense grappling gameplay. (Rated Mature)

Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2

Swing, leap, and shoot your way through lush new environments as you encounter countless enemies and huge bosses throughout the island of Papagaya. Arm up with new features, components, abilities and upgrades! (Rated Teen)


The original high-tech ninja assassin returns in a new dystopian adventure, complete with lightning-fast combat and acrobatic side-scrolling action in a massive interconnected world! (Rated Everyone 10+)

Capcom Arcade Cabinet: All-in-One-Pack

Play 17 classic Capcom games–such as Ghosts’n Goblins, 1942, Commando, Black Tiger and over a dozen more–loaded with a ‘casual mode’ geared towards newcomers. (Rated Everyone to Teen)

PS Now - Lost Planet

New Capcom Hits

Lost Planet 3

With a highly engrossing cinematic single player experience, Lost Planet 3 delves deeper into the Lost Planet universe, uncovering hidden truths within the unique environment of E.D.N. III. (Rated Teen)

Lost Planet 2

Return to the troubled world of E.D.N. III, a planet torn apart by the battle for precious thermal energy. Pilot new Vital Suits and unleash an arsenal of new weapons against a host of massive new enemies. (Rated Teen)

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Shooting action reaches new heights as you try to thwart a devious plan to terminate all life on E.D.N. III. Battle dangerous enemies for precious thermal energy while you desperately search for the truth. (Rated Teen)

Dead Rising 2

Play as Chuck Green, a father dedicated to the safety of his daughter as he tries to escape Fortune City. Armed only with his wits and duct tape, Chuck must build deadly new weapons to dispatch an undead horde. (Rated Mature)

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record

In this reimaged version of Dead Rising 2, Frank West faces off against more twisted enemies, builds more outrageous combo weapons, and explores brand new areas of Fortune City to get his biggest scoop yet. (Rated Mature)

Asura’s Wrath

Once a revered deity, Asura was betrayed by his fellow gods and stripped of his powers. Consumed by anger, he confronts unique enemies and planetary-sized bosses, unleashing devastating and visceral attacks. (Rated Teen)

80+ Additional Games Being Added to PS Now Subscriptions

As if all of these fantastic Capcom games were not enough, there’s even more to discover, as we’re adding over 80 additional games to enjoy, including Shooters, RPGs, Action-Adventure, Classics, Indies, Racing, Fighting and Puzzle games.

PS Now - Action and Fighting

Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN

Known for stunning 2D animation and flawless gameplay, this installment of the critically acclaimed and revolutionary fighting game series brings its world into 3D with a completely redesigned fighting engine. (Rated Teen)

Zeno Clash II

Enter into the bizarre world of Zeno Clash II. Picking up where the original left off, this intense and unique first-person brawler delivers stunning visuals, a deep combat system, and surreal storyline that must be seen to be believed. (Rated Teen)


Divekick is a unique one-on-one 2D fighting game that uses two buttons for the titular actions—dive and kick—and the first character to score a hit wins the round. This simple approach makes for exciting matches, and the game is loaded with humorous jabs at classic genre entries like Street Fighter. (Rated Teen)

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge

Ninja virtuoso Ryu Hayabusa returns for another round of challenging and bloody 3D action-adventure mayhem. In addition to Ryu’s quest, Razor’s Edge features a second storyline featuring series favorite Ayane and her own unique missions. (Rated Mature)


Embark on an epic quest to unravel your past in this action/RPG. Featuring a unique skill tree system, you become more powerful as you master the ability to control Chroma magic by absorbing power from red, green, and blue stones. (Rated Teen)

Battle Fantasia

From the creators of the Guilty Gear Series, this intense fighting game pits you against 12 of the best fighters from around the world. Unleash deadly combos with Heat Up mode and turn the tide with the game’s unique GACHI battle mechanic. (Rated Teen)

PS Now - Puzzle and Adventure

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

Step into the shoes of detective Sherlock Holmes as you attempt to solve six murder cases in Victorian London. Using Sherlock’s unequaled reasoning skills and detective vision, search for clues, interrogate suspects, and solve puzzles. Make informed deductions and see if you can piece together what really happened in each grisly case. (Rated Mature)


This Is Jeopardy! Join Alex Trebeck to test your trivia knowledge, and show off your lightning fast skills with the correct response and you’re in the money! Control the board and buzz your way to the top! (Rated Everyone)

Hunter’s Trophy 2 – America

Experience the thrill of the hunt! Track 25 different prey in this realistic hunting sim set along the striking countryside of the U.S.A. Go after big game while honing your abilities, tracking wildlife, and unlocking new skills, weapons, and outfits. (Rated Teen)

Red Johnson’s Chronicles

You are Red Johnson, a P.I. in a corrupt city who must solve a murder with no body, few witnesses, and an incompetent police force. Decipher puzzles, interrogate suspects, and use your fists to survive in this gritty adventure game. (Rated Mature)


Sublime discovery and pure exploration are at the core of this whimsical and minimalist adventure game. Set in a living, musical wilderness environment, there are no challenges and no goals other than to immerse yourself in this rich, sensory experience. (Rated Everyone)

Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark

This stealth platforming game features brutal hazards, ruthless enemies, and fiendish puzzles. Armed with only your wits and a pair of stealth goggles, you must jump, sneak, and keep from being obliterated as you attempt to escape a lethal, trap-filled facility. (Rated Teen)

Comet Crash Bionic Bundle

Comet Crash revolutionizes tower defense strategy games by placing control back into the hands of players through an added layer of thrilling offensive gameplay. Prepare for strategic adventure through 48 campaign levels and 30 battle maps. (Rated Everyone)

Mercury HG

Test your skills and navigate strategically through varying types of obstacles, using balance and momentum to get to the finish line fully intact. Progress through the level and avoid protruding surfaces! (Rated Everyone)


Take direct control of 50 pudgy blue morons in this fast-paced action platformer and run, bash, huddle, boost, stack, jump, push and throw your way through a ridiculously dangerous world to ensure at least one swarmite survives! (Rated Teen)

Anna Extended Edition

Can you trust the voices inside your head? As you explore an eerily abandoned sawmill in the Italian mountains, you’ll encounter the voice of the mysterious Anna. Unravel your past and try to learn Anna’s importance. Your actions determine the game’s ending. In the Extended Edition, new environments and puzzles, along with improvements to previous features, make this psychological horror experience more gripping than ever. (Rated Teen)

PS Now - Shooters

Red Faction Battlegrounds

Utilizing Martian heavy assault walkers, armored tanks, and speedy rovers, your goal is to destroy the competition across multiple team-based or free-for-all battles in this top-down, twin-stick arcade shooter set in the Red Faction universe. (Rated Everyone)

Sniper Ghost Warrior

A Ghost Warrior is an elite sniper in a highly trained special ops unit. Your unique skills in stalking, target detection, surveillance and shooting determine mission success—one head shot at a time. (Rated Mature)

Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West

Experience the chaos and danger of the Old West in Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. Play as any of the four character classes, each with a special weapon and skills. (Rated Mature)

Sky Fighter

Set in an alternate universe, Sky Fighter features 2D action, as players get behind the controls of diverse aircraft. Flying fighters or flying fortresses, wannabe ace pilots engage in dogfights, bombing raids, boss battles, and other diversion missions—day or night. (Rated Everyone 10+)

Heavy Fire: Afghanistan

Whether fighting up close with guns ablaze or raining down fire from a helicopter, Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is all about constant action and beautiful graphics combined with intuitive controls to give a fun, pickup-and-play experience. (Rated Teen)

Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear

Save the spy. Protect your base. Take the battle to the enemy. Destroy the nuclear threat. All in a day’s work for an Army Ranger. Do you think you have what it takes to tackle the enemy in this edge-of-your-seat action shooter? (Rated Teen)


Dropped into chaotic war zones, your goal is to eliminate an army known only as “The Target.” Armed with a wide selection of powerful firearms, you’ll experience intense firefights by ripping through the environments and your enemies with extreme prejudice. (Rated Mature)


Set in an alternate universe where the Civil War never ended, take up arms in this steampunk-inspired, story-driven game. Wield a wide range of weapons, perform daring acrobatic stunts, and take down the enemy in this action-packed third-person shooter. (Rated Mature)

Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon

A new species of alien threatens the city of New Detroit: enormous bio-engineered insects! Only the Earth Defense Force can stop them. As Lightning Alpha, lead a team of fighters to battle these giant crawlers and flyers. With four character classes, customizable armor colors, and over 300 weapons available for purchase or loot, this adventure is yours for the squashing. (Rated Teen)

Soldner-X: Himmelssturmer

Galactic civilization is on the brink of extinction. Our only hope: the experimental starship, Söldner-X. Fight through 12 challenging stages and experiment with multiple weapons in this easy to learn, yet tough to master arcade shooter. (Rated Everyone)

Magrunner: Dark Pulse

Technology confronts the Cthulhu Mythos in this action-puzzle game. You are Dax, one of the seven Magrunners in a space-training program. What should be the chance of a lifetime becomes a horrific nightmare. (Rated Mature)

PS Now - Classics

Double Dragon Neon

Legendary martial artists, Billy and Jimmy Lee, return in this classic beat ‘em up—Double Dragon Neon. Fight through countless henchmen to rescue the love of your life and defeat the evil Skullmageddon! (Rated Teen)

Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp

The Evil Wizard Mordoc has taken Princess Daphne to force her into marriage. Transported by a time machine, only you, Dirk the Daring, can save her before she gets lost in the Time Warp forever! (Rated Teen)

Dragon’s Lair

As the heroic Dirk the Daring, find your way through a dark wizard’s enchanted castle. Traverse through the caverns below and wield your sword to rescue the fair princess from the clutches of an evil dragon! (Rated Everyone)

Frogger Returns

Return to the hustle and bustle of city life to guide your amphibious friend, Frogger, back to his home marsh. Numerous obstacles and enemies are in play, but new power-ups aid Frogger in his travels. (Rated Everyone)

Raiden IV: Overkill

Destroy incoming enemies with fire and explosions. Take them down as fast as you can to increase your multiplier. A variety of weapons and difficulty settings ensure the experience is exciting for every type of player, and the brand new OverKill Mode earns you extra medals from your merciless assaults on the enemy. (Rated Everyone 10+)

Choplifter HD

An update of the classic military action title, Choplifter sends you behind enemy lines to smash enemy defenses, collect downed fellow brothers-in-arms, and safely bring them home. Featuring 30 missions packed with surprises—including zombies! (Rated Teen)


From Prince Of Persia creator, Jordan Mechner, this original side-scrolling classic comes to PlayStation Now. Fight to save the lovely Mariko from the evil warlord, Akuma, and reunite her with her True Love! (Rated Teen)

Spelunker HD

Explore underground worlds, collect treasures, avoid traps, and fight off enemies in this HD update of an arcade classic! Choose between new 3D graphics or a classic 2D look and explore the mysterious cave. (Rated Everyone)

Space Ace

The evil Commander Borf is on the loose, and it’s up to the heroic Ace to stop him! When Borf kidnaps Ace’s girlfriend, he also transforms Ace into a child, Dexter. Playing as Dexter, you’ll dodge and shoot obstacles to stay alive. When you’re able to Energize into Ace, go on the offensive to destroy enemies on your mission to save Kimberly! (Rated Everyone 10+)

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

A challenging fast-paced platformer with a twist! Warp Giana’s dream world to transform your abilities and surroundings. Use your skill, speed, brains, and powers to defeat the dangers that populate these twisted dreams! (Rated Everyone)

PS Now - Indies

Joe Danger 2: The Movie

Joe Danger, the world’s most determined stuntman, returns to embark on a death-defying thrill-ride across 100 crazy levels. Chase crooks, destroy robots, time-travel to punch dinosaurs, and more to create the greatest action movie ever made. (Rated Everyone)

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack

Take on the big round role of mutant Blob, who’s just arrived on Earth and wants to eat everything he sees. Gobble up whatever is loose to grow – you’ll need to get bigger and bigger to get past hurdles! Use physics to make your way through the obstacle courses, and see just how grumpy a hungry mutant Blob can be. (Rated Everyone)


You, DeathSpank, have defeated all of the foes of the land. Now you must face your greatest foe yet: AntiSpank, your own evil incarnation. Fight through hordes of enemies in this action/RPG world as the ultimate Dispenser of Justice! (Rated Teen)

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Ep. 1

Create your own comic character and dive into the retro world of New Arcadia, based on the web comic Penny Arcade. Here, you’ll meet your fellow adventurers Gabe and Tycho. Team up to solve puzzles and take down enemies with exciting turn-based combat as you gather evidence of a giant robot who has destroyed your home. (Rated Mature)

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Ep. 2

Continue your RPG adventure in the retro comic world of New Arcadia, based on the web comic Penny Arcade. It’s time to destroy the giant robot that destroyed your home. Follow leads and see what kind of trouble you can get into with your fellow adventurers Gabe and Tycho in this alternative version of the 1920s. (Rated Mature)

Alien Spidy

It’s a big world out there, especially if you’re Spidy, an alien spider who crash-landed Earth and now must find his lost friend. Make your way through platform levels full of enemies and puzzles so you can fix your ship, find your friend and return home. (Rated Everyone)

Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD

Playing as a bounty hunter on a money-raising mission, Stranger captures outlaws using all means at his disposal—including making ammunition out of live creatures. An open-world 3D action-adventure, this version features upgraded high-definition visuals. (Rated Teen)


Retro/Grade is a rhythm game with a unique twist—time is flowing backwards! While it looks like a shoot ‘em up in reverse, you must “unfire” attacks and avoid enemy fire to save the space/time continuum! (Rated Everyone)

Cel Damage HD

Take control of the world’s nuttiest cartoon drivers to demolish your friends with insane weapons and wacky arena hazards! Dish out damage with 30 cartoon weapons, like Giant Hammer, TNT Sheep and Shrink Ray across 13 different battle arenas. (Rated Teen).

Ibb & Obb

Ibb & Obb is a two-player cooperative game set in a puzzle filled world where gravity goes both up and down. You can only succeed by working closely together. Find a friend for some true local co-op couch fun! (Rated Everyone)

PID (Peculiar Destination)

Step into the shoes of Kurt, a boy stranded on an alien planet who wants to get home. Find your way through more than 12 levels of platforming action, throwing beams and using the items in your backpack to survive. (Rated Everyone 10+)

Hamilton’s Great Adventure

Explore the world in over 60 levels of puzzle-platforming adventures. Take on the role of traveler Ernest Hamilton and his bird Sasha as you make your way through exotic locations, including the snowy Himalayas and the Amazon rainforest. Beware of enemies on your path, and use each character’s unique talents to collect the keys you need to keep exploring. (Rated Everyone)

Knytt Underground

Five hundred years ago, humans abandoned this world after nearly destroying it in war; now only the sprites left behind can save it from absolute destruction. Your choices alone will determine the world’s fate in this 2D, open-world platformer. (Rated Mature)


Flop it out in a retro, epic narwhal battle in space! The heart-piercing action is furious and unrelenting. Starwhal is a simulation of dreams in an ocean of the mind that will change your life! (Rated Everyone)

Ethan: Meteor Hunter

Freeze time and manipulate the world with endless possibilities. In this puzzle adventure, nothing is scripted. You build the solutions and there are multiple ways to finish every level! (Rated Everyone)

PS Now - RPG

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace

Hunt down giants in this real-time action/RPG based on the worlds of Ragnarok Online and Norse mythology. This revamped Ragnarok Odyssey comes with all the DLC, as well as additional enemies, skills, cut scenes, and the new Tower of Yggdrasil. (Rated Teen)

Atelier Escha & Logy

Play as either Escha or Logy, two new alchemists charged with researching and discovering lost alchemic arts in ancient ruins and dungeons to help your world recover from “the Dusk.” (Rated Everyone 10+)

Record of Agarest War 2

The world was nearly destroyed in “The Day of Light.” Now you must fight through three generations of love, marriage, damnation and salvation to restore balance and peace in this tactical RPG. (Rated Teen)

Record of Agarest War Zero

Fight through two generations of darkness, light, and love in this tactical RPG prequel to Record of Agarest War. To save the world from darkness you will need the help of the gods themselves, even if they would rather fight each other instead. (Rated Teen)

Atelier Ayesha

After her sister is kidnapped, Ayesha must master the art of alchemy in a few short years before her sister is lost forever. Track down monsters alongside your new allies to find your alchemic materials, honing Ayesha’s strength and will along the way. (Rated Teen)

Atelier Rorona Plus

Rorona has only three years to prove the worth of her shop, as well as herself as an alchemist, or it will be forced to close down forever. The game features an updated battle and synthesis system, new characters, costumes, and more! (Rated Teen)

ArcaniA: The Complete Tale

In a world plagued by monsters, demons and war, only you can save the people of Argaan in this fantasy RPG. The Complete Tale includes Arcania and Arcania: Fall of Setarrif, now with improved environments and frame-rate resolutions. (Rated Teen)

PS Now - Racing


Take on loop-the-loops, jumps, and short cuts, and use your reflexes and power ups with real Formula One cars and drivers to make your way to the finish line. Compete in career mode or race in Time Trials to set new records. How you want to win is up to you! (Rated Everyone)

MX vs. ATV Alive

Go bar-to-bar with your rivals as you race off-road on motorcycles and ATVs in this fifth edition of MX vs. ATV series! Compete in Nationals or in the Motocross Champion with real riders, gears, and licensors for an authentic racing experience. (Rated Everyone)

Urban Trial FreeStyle

Win races and collect money to upgrade your motorcycle by performing tricks and crossing the finish line. Speed through construction zones, perilously jump between rooftops, and avoid landing planes at the airport—just to name a few locales and hazards. (Rated Everyone 10+)

WRC 4: FIA World Rally Championship

Earn cars, fame, and glory in this official 2013 FIA World Rally Championship game! Realistic graphics, 78 courses throughout the world, and weather and road obstacles all combine to give you an authentic and immersive driving experience. (Rated Everyone)

Motorcycle Club

Take part in championships, unlock new bikes, customize your club and challenge rivals. Choose from 22 bikes with official licenses, and hit the road on 20 different circuits. (Rated Everyone)

Death Track: Resurrection

In the near future, the most popular sport is The Survival Race, where drivers compete to the finish line in heavily armed vehicles. Racers can choose from 10 customizable cars and race on 10 worldwide tracks. Don’t worry about breaking the rules—there aren’t any. (Rated Teen)

Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad

Race in four-wheeled, 800-horsepower trucks over the dirt and through the air to win your place at the top. Choose between vehicle classes like Rally Cars, Pro Buggies and Trophylite Trucks in this off-road game that racing fans will love. (Rated Everyone)

Truck Racer

Control five tons of metal and power, and floor it until you reach the finish line. Customize these fully destructible trucks, get rid of opponents trying to block your way, and make a reputation for yourself! (Rated Teen)

Toybox Turbos

Fire up the fun and immerse yourself in a classic tabletop racing experience in Toybox Turbo. Collect and customize 35 vehicles in this arcade racer with miniaturized mayhem and more! (Rated Everyone)

MX vs. ATV: Untamed

Own the off-road with Dirt Bikes, ATVS, and Monster Trucks. If you want to earn your right to first place, you’ll have to outmaneuver your rivals over rivers, deserts and forests on these treacherous wilderness trails! (Rated Everyone)

Fuel Overdose

Overtake your fellow racers with speed, take them down with bombs and grappling hooks, or power up your drivers and their cars. You’ll have to master speed, power, and strategy if you want to win your way to the top in this tactical action/racing game. (Rated Teen)

PS Now - NeoGeo and SNK

Samurai Shodown

One of the greatest 2D fighting games ever made, Samurai Shodown ruled arcades with its innovative weapons-based combat system. The roster features 12 diverse characters—everything from a one-eyed samurai wielding two swords, to a young woman who coordinates attacks with her faithful hawk companion. (Rated Teen)

Fatal Fury

Play the original fighting game that spawned the famous King of Fighters series! Join Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard, and Joe Higashi in their quest to take down underworld crime boss Geese Howard. (Rated Teen)

Alpha Mission II

Control the Armored Scrum Object across seven thrilling stages in this classic NEO GEO arcade shooter. Find and equip new weapons, challenge your reflexes against increasingly difficult waves of enemies, and try to get the high score! (Rated Everyone)

League Bowling

Knock down pins in the first-ever bowling video game! Originally released for the NEO GEO in 1991, League Bowling brings back the classic 10-pin action. Choose your bowling ball and play in one of three modes. See if you can bowl a strike as you rack up points! (Rated Everyone 10+)

Shock Troopers

Get ready to run-and-gun it in this classic arcade shooter! Fight to save the life of a kidnapped scientist and his daughter, and prevent the Bloody Scorpions from using a potent drug to turn people into super-soldiers. Control one character in Lonely Wolf mode, or switch between three in Team Battle. Shoot to win with your unique special weapon, and gain bonuses and power-ups as you take down enemies and save the world. (Rated Teen)

Baseball Stars 2

The classic two-player arcade game Baseball Stars 2 is back, and it’s time to play ball! Choose your team and head onto the field. With both hitting and fielding controls, you’ll take charge of all the action for your team. Throw challenging pitches, hit those homers, and see if you can beat the opposing team! (Rated Everyone)

The King of Fighters ’96

The third King title adds a third “boss” team—Geese Howard, Wolfgang Krauser, and Mr. Big—to the mix, for a roster of 27 total characters. New offensive and defensive techniques are introduced, and characters receive a complete graphics overhaul. (Rated Teen)

The King of Fighters ’95

The ’95 edition adds an extra wrinkle to the solid 2D fighting engine of its predecessor in the form of an Edit Team feature, where you can select any three fighters from a possible 24-fighter lineup. New characters are also selectable, including Art of Fighting 2’s Kisaragi and Fatal Fury’s Billy Kane. (Rated Teen)

The King of Fighters ’94

The ultimate 2D slugfest features characters from the Art of Fighting, Fatal Fury, and other SNK titles competing in 3-on-3 team battles. Twenty-four selectable fighters fill the roster, divided into eight teams from around the world. (Rated Teen)

Magician Lord

A classic 2D side-scrolling action-platform title, players assume the role of the titular Elta, a magician who can transform into different personas with distinct powers and abilities—depending on the various power-ups he collects. (Rated Teen)

Baseball Stars Professional

Be a Major Leagues star in this classic two-player baseball game, first released for the NEO GEO in 1990. Choose your team and play against the computer, another player, or in tournament mode. You’ll need to bring your “A” game if you’re going to dominate the baseball diamond! (Rated Everyone)

Super Sidekicks

Compete for the SNK Cup against the computer or challenge a friend in thrilling 12-on-12 soccer matches in this classic NEO GEO arcade game. (Rated Everyone)

Art of Fighting

A classic 2D one-on-one fighting game, Art of Fighting’s key feature is a spirit gauge that allows each character to perform special moves, but you can deplete an opponent’s gauge by taunting them. (Rated Teen)

World Heroes

Historic characters have traveled through time to fight each other where you’ll find merciless gameplay and stages full of traps. Choose your favorite hero and become the greatest warrior of all-time through a series of 2D fighting-game battles! (Rated Teen)

With all of the new Capcom games and the new Shooters, RPGs, Action-Adventure, Classics, Indies, Racing, Fighting and Puzzle games to play, there’s never been a better time to subscribe to the PlayStation Now game streaming subscription. Click here to start your 7-Day free trial.

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  • Awesome list, really happy to be subscribed!

    • Glad to hear it, WFMMK! Which games are you looking forward to playing most?

    • I would like to see final fantasy 12 as well as ps2 titles like final fantasy 7 dirge of Cerberus or even ps1 games like breath of fire3 if I am going to pay so much to stream games then why not put some newer games like mortal kombat X blacks ops 3 fallout 4 the Witcher 3 even if it is just to stream 1-3 new big name games a month would be awesome could even help on game sales because if they like playing the game they streamed they have to buy it to be able to experience it again alot of people like to know what they are buying letting them stream a full game say a streaming pass 3 days black ops 3 after that they can’t stream it unless they buy it would be good for sales and would make alot of us happy

  • Holy crap, that’s a huge list! This update includes some of my favorite PS3 games, so this is sure to make PlayStation Now more appealing.

    For me, what would make the service something I’d buy into are “permanent” rentals that let you select games you can stream with no limit, and to be able to do so on games I’ve already purchased before.

  • I like the variety just wish there was a way to actually purchase certain games and own the digital rights instead of rentals

    • Some argue that digital purchases are rentals anyway.

      PS Now is expensive to have up and running. You can’t just expect someone to pay $5 to own a game and then play it for all of eternity off of the $5.

      P.S. Now is more directed to someone who has a Bravia T.V. and wants to play a game every once in a while without buying a console and having it set up. It’s meant for a kid whose parents won’t buy them a multi hundred dollar console, but manages to get enough money for a Vita TV (Best Buy has them fairly cheap) and subscribes himself to the service. (though needing a credit card would hamper that even though you can pay for the service with PSN cards a credit card has to be on file I think)

      If I was a kid I would have definitely subscribed to PS Plus. Why pay $100 to play 3 games when I could have spent $15 a month to play hundreds?

      Between unfair bandwidth caps, low consumer awareness, not enough ubiquity, the need for a $50-60 controller, and lack of word of mouth Now won’t enrich or reach as many people as it could or probably should.

  • Wow, that’s really impressive. I recently finished a playthrough of the Infamous games on Now, so I guess I have a lot of options for a followup.

    Great work, guys!

  • Great list! :) I would still like to see the price changed even if its just down by $10. Would be great if it was free for plus members though at least for a month.

    Also i don’t know were to send this as feedback for PS vita so sorry if this isn’t the place. But i would like to see Kingdom Hearts HD 1 & 2, Crash Bandicoot(either PS1 classics or HD with trophies) and burnout paradise single player edition come to PS Vita please :)

  • Is this EU as well I live in UK

  • If you make PlayStation now available for Android smartphone and tablets then you got me subscribed

  • Nice some RPGs, more of these on PS NOW!

  • Outstanding list! O_O … I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I *LOVE* PLAYSTATION NOW!!

    I’m battling my way through Bloodborne currently, but I’ll be jumping into Mass Effect 2 via PS Now as soon as I’m done! I’m really looking forward to the adventure (it will be my first playthrough). My fingers are crossed for Mass Effect 3, but until then, there are a number of titles that I’m really looking forward to playing including Catherine, Ratchet & Clank: Into The Nexus, Shadow of The Colossus, etc, etc!

  • And still no Mass Effect :(

    Really wish they’d just do the collection, but they won’t (-_- )

    • Let’s not fool ourselves here… They’re doing a terrible job with the service. Why? Let’s consider just ONE of the upcoming game releases that has a s-ton of hype behind it.. FALLOUT 4. Where are Fallout 3 and New Vegas on PS Now?!? There are so many people that would have either subscribed to Now to play JUST THOSE TWO GAMES (partially because those games take a considerable amount of time to play,) and yet they’re nowhere to be found. SONY SHOULD BE DOING EVERYTHING IN ITS POWER TO BRING THESE GAMES TO ITS SERVICE IF IT WANTS NOW TO SUCCEED. It’s probably too late now considering how we’re a mere week away from Fallout 4’s release, but the damage is done – there have been TWO sales on the Fallout series on Steam, and there’s nothing to be shown from Sony.

      Next up: Just Cause 2, Sony. It’s one of the funnest sandbox shooters out there, now don’t disappoint. You can probably hold off on putting up the Mass Effect games until the latest installment is given a solid release date.

    • Since Fallout 3 runs like utter garbage on the PS3, I’m sure we’ll not see that on Now

    • warezlbanez from what I understand the fallout games on console are a buggy mess. Heck the PC games I hear are a buggy mess. People love them, play the heck out of them, but that’s with all the caveats of how buggy of a mess they are.

      You can get those games on Amazon for about the price of a month or 2 of PS Now, I’m not sure how many people would actually subscribe to the service to play those. Could be many, could be a few, but I have a hunch that PS Now is best for playing a lot of games you normally couldn’t get, and not just 1 or 2 that you could have just bought instead.

  • PlayStation, you’re leaving money on the table not having PS1 and PS2 games on PlayStation Now. I know I would personally be handing over my paychecks in droves just to play some of those old games on my PS4.

    • PS1 and PS2 game are coming to the PS4 sometime in the near future. If not at PSX — You’ll see it by firmware 3.5.

      As for adding the titles to PS Now, my guess is that they are building up the ability to stream PS4 games first — and then when the emulator for PS4 is working, they’ll start adding PS1/PS2 titles.

  • I enjoyed my demo experience with PSNow, and the line-up just keeps getting better. I do wish it was $15 a month regularly, $10 a month if you buy 3, 6 or 12 months.

    • Hi samv33 – glad you enjoyed the free trial. We do offer a 3-Month Subscription option for 44.99 (effectively $15 per month).

  • Finally, this could make me subscribe. But I do agree with a discount to PS Plus members, I might even resubscribe to that too.
    Another thing to think about, since a good majority do not like the Instant Game Collection, get rid of it and add a bigger discount to PS Now. Or make it an option for PS Plus members.

    • “a good majority do not like the Instant Game Collection”

      I would certainly not say that’s true! I’m happy to try out some new games every month, and usually there’s one or two that’s quite good (like First Light).

      I think the people on this blog are more of a vocal minority.

    • I remember I used to believe that all Sony had to do was launch a handheld with 2 thumb sticks and they would sell more of those than the PSP, because all everyone complained about was the lack of a second thumb stick. Vita comes out, looks great, works great, sticks are better than the PSP, no one buys it really. Why?

      They weren’t upset consumers with a great idea…. they were trolls that found something they could complain about.

      Don’t confuse the vocal minority with the silent majority that are too busy playing their free games, to give a crap about what random idiots who want 50 million dollar budget games for free have to say on a blog post. There was a guy complaining that Walking Dead Season 2 was free even though Season 1 was on sale for $8.

      Negative comments get more buzz than positive ones.

      I don’t view your comment as negative per say. Of course the reason I do reply to people who are trolling, is because if you don’t make an example out of the stupid stuff they say, it goes unchallenged and people assume it’s legitimate as a point.

  • Think I’ll give this a run on my Vita.

    • That is a lot of content especially Resident Evil 6 streaming to PS Vita. :-)

    • Thanks TomatoDragon! Vita is a great way to play games on PlayStation Now. You can also play on a PS4 and PS3 (was well as other devices) with the same subscription (when your Vita needs a recharge).

    • I think it’s definitely worth it on the Vita. The only PS system I have right now is a Vita (and PS2) so it’s an amazing way to add more use out of the system. I’m really trying to save up for a PS4, but the life as a college student is hard. (Just make sure you have a pretty decent internet connection, I think I have a good one, but there are certain places in my house where it consistently disconnects. Still love it though.)

  • Still waiting for use this. Please, allow Brazil to use PSNow!

  • very sad that I cant play ps1 or ps2 games on ps4
    I want retro comp at least for these consoles, but no. Sony would never give us this because they have the number one console..
    hope xbox sells better to make sony change this move.

    • It’s irritating to see how arrogant Sony has gotten again, that’s for certain. Check your egos, Sony!

    • The Xbox ONe doesn’t have backwards compatibility. It has licensing to redownload games you already owned on the previous system.

      Which granted isn’t that bad, HOWEVER Xbox 360 had PC architecture, Xbox One has PC architecture, PS4 has PC architecture, PS3 had…. PowerPC architecture. It’s not easy to get the games ported.

      Moreover… there’s still the licensing issues. It might not be cost effective to just license every PS1 game they can and hope that people care. I think the reason that they don’t do PS1 and 2 on PS Now has to do with the fact that when you used a PS1/2, you got disconnected from the network. They don’t have network functionality working with those old games. I don’t know if the emulation is recourse intensive, or uses no resources hardly at all. Depends on how it emulates hardware/software wise.

      Or maybe because of how the emulators work and how they don’t allow you to connect online, the server would just disconnect you if you used a PS2/1 game and they have to rewrap everything in a new emulator.

      There’s just too many unknowns.

  • Ctr+F : Catherine , Okami HD
    .. Not found =(

  • Any chance we will get some DBZ games on this list soon? I am thinking specifically Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai: Another Road which was pulled from the store a while ago sadly. I would love to get this game on my vita through PS Now.

  • They can add the entire PS3 catalog and that still won’t make me a subscriber. I still have me PS3 and I have a backlog of games. Why would I want to pay an outrageous fee every month with my backlog of games? The thing that really pisses me off is that the Xbox One is adding backward compatibility. The trouble is that we will never get that because of this PlayStation Now garbage. People need to stop subscribing. If we can’t get backward compatibility, then at least we can put a dent in Sony’s bottom line.

    • No offense – but you should think before you speak/type. You sound ignorant when you go rage without understanding the facts. PS3 CANNOT be emulated on PS4. The architecture is drastically too different for a brute force emulator to work. Sony conceded that the cell processor was a lost cause and migrated to a simplified x86. The 360 was using a PowerPC which is somewhat close to the XB1’s now x86 architecture.

    • Haha…this guy. What a sad, sad life you must live. ME! ME! ME! WAAAHH!!!

    • PS3 had a notoriously difficult-to-develop-for processor. PS Now uses the original hardware (basically a massive farm of PS3s playing and streaming the games). So backwards compatibility is not a flick-of-the-wrist thing.

      Also, only a tiny handful of games are available with Xbox backwards compatibility and it’s not clear if every title will be available.

    • @Sabvre Uh… You do know that the CBE *did* use the PowerPC processor architecture, right? Now, I’m not saying that an emulator is incredibly easy to create, it’s not, and even if it were to happen there are certainly going to be games that will have issues probably due to memory addressing or any other of things. But it’s far from impossible. PS2 and PS1 Emulation is certainly within the realm of possibility, and the lack of CD functionality still is a huge no-no.

    • warezIbanez Why the heck do you need to pop CDs in?

      Isn’t putting a USB drive filled with 1000s of CDs more desireable than popping a CD in your drive?

      On top of that the PS3 disconnects from the PSN when ever a PS3 boots up a PS2 or PS1 game so if Sabvre is correct and they are using a bunch of PS3s as servers, you’d rent a game, boot it up, get disconnected, and then call Sony care to get your money back for your subscription.

      Which means they have to rewrite the emulation wrapper and redesign all of that.


      $15-20 dollars a month is outrageous for access to hundreds of games?

      Really? It would cost you more than that to play more than 3 different games a month short of amazing random flash sales.

  • Always happy to see more games added, but please add more first party titles. Specifically waiting for SOCOM 4 and Motorstorm: Pacific Rift. Keep up the great work!

  • Amazing, that is an incredible list of games. It’s so great to know a lot of my favorites are available if I ever feel the need to play them. Thanks Sony!

    • Thanks CrusadeForever! Glad to hear that some of these are among your favorites. We’ve got 250+ games here waiting for you when you want or need to play them!

  • @Duke, I really don’t like your opinion as Sony has done amazing effort to make the PS Now a viable experience! I for one like it and the new offering is nothing short of amazing. Plus few people even use backwards compatibility and is a waste of the company’s time and resources. You really think all those X1 fans will be playing BC games on Nov 12th when they have CODB3 and Fallout 4 so please just stop! Sony is pushing forward towards the future and creating new gameplay experiences not back-paddling lol.

    • Xbox One doesn’t have backwards compatibility.

      What they have is an anti-piracy scheme where you put in your old game, it downloads you a digital copy of that game, and then you play it digitally.

      Backwards compatibility is only backwards compatibility if it doesn’t require an internet connection IMO.

      Microsoft only does that so idiots would go “Oh the Xbox One has backwards compatibility and the PS4 doesn’t, therefor I’m gonna buy an Xbox One”

      Which is the dumbest scheme I’ve ever heard of, because it ONLY prevents Microsoft’s flock from migrating to the PS4. Which they needed, desperately, because Sony is getting tons of PS4 adopters that never had a PS3 and Microsoft needed to stop the bleeding.

  • Still no Demon’s Souls…

  • Wow now this is great news. As soon as i can i will join ps now. I cant wait to play so many games i wasn’t able to before! Thank you Sony!

    • Thanks I-smily-I — Hope to see you on the service soon. Don’t forget to try the free trial if you haven’t already.

  • id like to see yakuza 5 on ps now !!
    there is alot of people waiting for the game on ps4

  • Please bring Yakuza 5 to ps now, lots of people traded their ps3 for ps4 and wanna play this awesome series. Please, onegaishimasu, s’il vous plait, رجاءا. And please in all languages of the world haha

  • Holy s*** thats amazing,I don’t use PSNow but I’m always glad to see the service grow bigger and better.And this time you guys went overboard I mean this is awesome.105 games?…thats almost unbelievable.And there are a bunch of great games there.BTW I bought almost all of those SNK games in the recent sales and besides KoF which I already was a major fan of it,there are some pretty good and fun games there too…so I recommend them.

    Anyway amazing job PSNow team..

    • Thanks Welmosca – appreciate the kind words. We’re truly excited to be able to bring so many great games from publishers, especially Capcom and SNK to the subscription service. We have some serious NEOGEO fans in the office, with a stack of cartridges!

  • I’m not a subscriber, but this is pretty awesome. Some great games there.

    • Thanks PanTheMan16 – thanks for tuning in. We add new games every month, so hope you’ll continue to check out our blogposts.

  • So if I sub, there’s a catalog of 250 games for me to play just like that, or these are just games I can rent for and additional fee??

  • I Like this format better were you add tons of games every few months than add 5 or 6 games mothly

  • Awesome list, guys! Thanks for listening to the fans =D

  • Wow. You guys definitely get an A+ for effort on getting so many games on PS Now, a service that has not gotten an update in months.

    However, there is literally not a single game I would play, and I’m by no means a picky person. These are all very Eastern titles, obscure and particular titles. It’s like you managed to sift through the island of misfit games and now have a subscription service inundated with games nobody in their right mind would play considering what else is out there.

    I know your hearts are in the right place, but its not working out. Take the $400m loss and move on. Clearly the publishers aren’t willing to cooperate on making their AAA games Now-worthy. I’m sorry.

    • How is the Resident Evil or Street Fighter series “Eastern” or “obscure” or “misfit”?

    • Congradulations…

      You win on the most narrowminded post I’ve seen on this whole blog post!

      Yeah companies aren’t as likely to have people pay quarters to access games that cost them 20-50 million to produce (and don’t have access to the DLC as a purchase option) when they can probably make more money off of 1 person buying a game used and buying all the DLC, than they would having a couple hundred people streaming it on PS Now.

      A lot of those AAA games were poorly optimized and don’t run very well anyway. So between lag and hiccups from poor optimization… might be a terrible experience.

  • This pleases me.

  • Inevitably to sound ostentatious, but the only reason I have yet to subscribe to PSNow is my inability to keep ahead of my new PlayStation game purchases. However, with updates like the posted, when the inevitable lull in new games happens; I’m in.

    • Inevitable lull?

      Won’t really happen. Not with all the good digital only games that come out for $5-15 dollars and the eventual backlog caused by flash sales.

  • Noice. Any chance we could see Nier and Demon’s Souls some time in the future?

  • It would be great if this was included with PS plus. That would a way to compete with Xbox One’s backwards compatibility. Just a friendly suggestion :)

    • That’s not financially viable for Sony.

      You are only paying $$4.17 a month for PS+. This includes online multiplayer (infrastructure), 10GB of Cloud backups, and 6 free games a month.

      PS Now is not the same as a free download. It actually requires a dedicated server blade to run your specific game. This is a 1:1 relationship rather than a 1:10,000. It also costs electricity to run the server for you, and additional electricity to run the AC in the server room.

      The only way that this would be financially viable is if they made a PS Now+ subscription for $150-200 a year.

  • Looking more appealing but there needs to be a buy option and add nino kinu and ill sub for atleast a month

  • Sony should put Japanese visual novels and other easy to platinum/100% games on there and capitalize on the trophy hunting community. Heck, I’ve been part of a trophy hunting competition with hundreds of other people where the goal was for your team to get the most trophies in a two month period. Everyone went for the easy plats but some of these games, especially the Japanese only ones, are either rare or very pricey. Ps now would be a dirt cheap alternative that hundreds of trophy hunters would use instead.

  • Any plan to release this outside the US?

  • The only game I keep waiting to see is Def Jam: Fight for New York…. I LOVED that fighting game. Will this ever make it to PS Now?

    • In the last Sony questionnaire that went out to select ps4 owners, it was asking what they wanted to see in a new update, two of the options mentioned ps1 and ps2 games…So perhaps Sony is working on a way to add them to the streaming service. Deff Jam, NBA Street, Crash Bandicoot…There’s a ton of games I would love to be on the service.

  • I still don’t understand why someone can’t stream their PS3 titles they bought from the PSN Store without any additional cost. I like the Playstation Now idea if I wanted to play a new game or genre for the first time, but why pay more for a game that was already paid for?

    • Because Streaming a video game is not the same thing as streaming a movie.

      Streaming a movie is literally just sending you packets across the internet. One server can service 10,000 people.

      Streaming a game requires a dedicated machine that calculates every single action you take. This requires significant electricity to supply the server + significant electricity to cool the server room.

      Sony would lose millions-billions by doing this.

  • Wow..my I have been on the fence about this but I have now choice now… Sign me up!

  • Still no Konami titles I see. Nor SquareEnix.

  • I jumped on the ps now sub last year when it went live. I loved it. Ran smoothly and great selection. Since then the library has doubled and my internet speeds have improved. So many more reasons to play. But the one issue that I have is still lingering. When the sub service went live, my family could share the service on one ps4 while on their own accounts. Shortly after the sub service launch, that changed. They would have to use my account. It resulted in them missing out on trophies for their accounts and some games don’t have an option for multiple save files. I wish the sub service was attached to the primary ps4 of the subscriber so anyone using that same ps4 could enjoy ps now on their own accounts. My digital and physical games can be played on their accounts. I can’t see myself paying for subs for every individual account on my ps4. We only have one ps4 that we share. My only complaint. Otherwise I love ps now and would go back in a heart beat if this got corrected. ^^

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  • So excited to play through the lost planet trilogy and I can’t wait to blow offs some zombie heads in Dead Rising. Can we get a search function or a way to browse the library of games in alphabetical order?

    • Hi coldkoala – thanks for sharing this feature request. We do not currently have a search feature. However, we will be showcasing the Capcom games front and center all month, so it should be easy to find Lost Planet, Dead Rising and all of the other awesome Capcom games on the service. Enjoy!

  • I want and anther player add battlefield 3

  • This is what we should be seeing updates for PSNow. It should be happening at least MONTHLY with this many games. So many games ares till missing bu this is a great start… Notice how I say start when PSNow has been around for months. That’s because it needs so much work like adding this many games more often.

    Was really hoping for Resonance of Fate to come out for PSNow. Will have to wait longer.

    Also, for the Vita there needs to be an option to switch the L and R buttons to R2 and L2. Some games use R2 and L2 to shoot and for some reason Sony didn’t think it was important enough to allow you to switch those controls.

  • Are these all available for the monthly subscription or are some exclusive to rental?

    • Hi Reckoner_89 – all 105 new games, including Resident Evil 6, Ultra Street Fighter IV and more are all available as part of the Subscription.

  • I did the free trial of PSNow when it first arrived and I was incredibly impressed. I thought if this service can stream Arkham City without a hiccup, it’s gotta be good…and that game (and the others I tried) was/were fantastic. This latest lineup is incredible. I think I’ll be signing back up. It would be nice to see Sony offer PS+subscribers the option for either playing online or getting the PSNow sub free(for those who don’t play online). Thumbs up Sony! You’re killing it!

    • Thanks Moxxidude – we’d be honored to have you jump back into the service. The 1-Month option provides the lowest cost to get back into the subscription, while the 3-Month option provides the best value. Hope you find an option that works well for you!

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