If you don't own PlayStation 4 yet and you want to get involved with the new streaming service, PlayStation Now, this is the news you've been waiting for.

Sony has announced that Now will become available on PlayStation 3 on May 12. It'll also be available on "select Sony Blu-ray players and TV."

Furthermore, Sony provided a list of new titles that will be added to the Now service this month. Great games like Fat Princess , F1 2014 , and Farming Simulator (oh come on, it could be great!) will arrive soon. As for when Now comes to Vita, Sony would only say it's coming "soon," so just be patient, portable lovers.

One PS Now subscription will let the user access the service from any platform; one month goes for $19.99 and three months costs $44.99. Have you tried it yet? If so, what do you think?

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EMax
EMax
5 years ago

The way things are going now, I may have to rent virtual cereal and veggies to stay healthy.

EMax
EMax
5 years ago

The way things are going now, I may have to rent virtual cereal and veggies to stay healthy.

Ogibillm
Ogibillm
5 years ago

i thought it was already on the vita – at least the beta was. i know i've used it, and it worked well.

mk ultra
mk ultra
5 years ago

Awesome Farming Simulater! Does it include the artificial insemination DLC?

Haven't tried Now, but it seems a little over priced to me.

Rachet_JC_FTW
Rachet_JC_FTW
5 years ago

well it doesn't really bother me cos i got the ps3 and ps4 and the vita so i can play it on whatever i want

happy gaming