It's one of the most common questions heard in regards to PlayStation Now:
Will we ever be able to play PS2 and PS1 games?
For now, Sony's subscription streaming service gives gamers access to over 100 PS3 games but of course, PlayStation's history stretches farther back. So, what's the deal? Well, it's a mix of good news and mad news, as Director of Marketing Peter Jamshid explained over at the PlayStation Blog :
"There are some amazing games for PS1 and PS2 and our longer term vision is to go back further into the PlayStation generational library and offer those with PlayStation Now. Right now however, we are focused on bringing to users experiences from the amazing PS3 library."
Earlier this week, Sony unveiled the subscription plan for Now, which will be $20/month or $45 for 3 months, and it gives users unlimited access to the available PS3 library. Guess we'll just have to wait for the older games.