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Sony starts monthly PlayStation Now subscription

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Jan 2015 12:58 User comments (2)

Sony starts monthly PlayStation Now subscription Sony has unveiled monthly PlayStation Now subscriptions, a move that should help consumers get more bang for their buck.
Previously, 3 month rentals cost as much as $50, and some one-day rentals were as high as $5, huge sums considering many older games can be purchased to own, used, for under $20.

The new offerings are all-you-can-eat for 30 days or 90 days for just $20 or $45, respectively.

"I'm pleased to announce that starting January 13th, we'll launch a subscription service for PlayStation Now that will provide instant and unlimited access to a catalog of more than 100 PS3 games," PlayStation Now's director of marketing, Peter Jamshidi, in a blog post. "And since you're using PlayStation Now, you can enjoy the freedom to quickly discover and play a wide range of full games without downloads, installs, or patches (not to mention trips to the store)."

The subscriptions will be first available for PS4 in North America, and later in the year for other devices including PlayStation TV.


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2 user comments

16.1.2015 21:20

Sony finding ways to make a quick buck since 1972, still stores secure data keys and credit card numbers in notepad on the desktop in a folder labeled "Secure stuffs", right below it is a folder labeled "Sony Employee's Grid Co-ordinance" and below that is a .png of a dude in a tux with an anon mask decapitating a lizard.

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27.1.2015 11:00

this sucks 9.99 a month ok excellent 20.00 a month go #$%^ yourself

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