Playstation, News & Update: 25 More Games, Compatible With PS4 And Windows PC, Free?

By pixerf , Updated Nov 10, 2016 06:57 AM EST
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More and more gamers are into playing PS3. It has been competing with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Nintendo's Wii as part of the seventh generation of video game consoles. The system had a slow start in the market but managed to recover, particularly after its introduction of Slim Model.

Because of its stiff competition with other video game consoles and because it is desired by makers to keep the system updated and to provide more options, Sony Interactive Entertainment, has just recently added 25 games in the Playstation Now Library, bringing the total game count to 450.

It is already available last November 8,2016. As Playstation Blog states, one can experience titles like the Japanese cult-classic anime adventure/puzzle game Catherine, and Quantic Dream's interactive paranormal dramatic masterpiece Beyond: Two Souls starring Ellen Page and Willem Defoe.

One games listed is, "Catherine", an anime adventure and puzzle game that has nightmarish creatures.

As, GameSpot explained, that the update follows the arrival of a bunch of Holloween-themed games in October, including "The Darkness" and "Castlevania: Harmony of Despair."

As Sony aims a user-friendly and wide range of choices, it also announced one of its feature that would surely make game-addicts happier. PS Now is a type of subscription service that lets gamers play PS3 games to their PS4 and Windows PC which give players more opportunities to access it on several devices.

It can be tried with seven-day free trial.

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