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Fifteen Essential* Games Added To PlayStation Now

* This is a lie

Well I don’t know about you but I will spending every waking hour using Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service. Fifteen new games have been added to service including the utter, cast iron classic, Barbie and Her Sisters Puppy Rescue! Yass queen!

The hardcore gaming can continue with Monster High: New Ghoul in School, and if you can stand the heat, How to Train Your Dragon 2. Whoop!

Here is the full list of bad-ass games that have been added to the service.

  • Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams
  • Zack Zero
  • Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
  • Aqua Panic!
  • Rio
  • Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations
  • Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom
  • Barbie and Her Sisters Puppy Rescue
  • How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • Kung Fu Panda Showdown of Legendary Legends
  • Monster High: New Ghoul in School
  • Kung Fu Rabbit
  • Legend of Kay Anniversary
  • Sonic Adventure 2
  • Ibb & Obb

Source: EU PS Blog

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12 Comments
  1. ron_mcphatty
    Member
    Since: Sep 2008

    Well, it’s a good thing Sony aren’t wasting time bringing kids games with limited appeal to a service that’s being withdrawn from several platforms rather than putting all their energy into supporting their spangly new VR format. Oh, wait…

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 10:41.
  2. Jake Durasamy
    Member
    Since: Jun 2016

    No Jak collection? *Sigh*. I wanted to platinum the PS3 games. I thought those would be essential.

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 11:26.
  3. MrYd
    Member
    Since: Mar 2011

    They’re “family games”. This could save lives!

    Children at home for the Zombie Jesus Holiday, which seemingly starts around February. Children full of sugary chocolate. The last few days before going back to school must be stressful and lead to suicides and/or murders. Depends how attached the parents are to the child.

    Sony now provide a way to shut the children up for a bargain price. Saving lives.

    Or possibly they just got a bunch of shit games they can stick on the service for not much money. I’m mostly guessing about the children thing. Not an expert on them. Do they still smell funny and talk complete bollocks?

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 11:29.
  4. wonkey-willy
    Member
    Since: Jan 2010

    Wow 4 comments in & and nobody has mentioned Ea Access……

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 12:06.
    • double-o-dave
      Member
      Since: Nov 2008

      Well seeming you’re the 4th comment, I guess someone has. But I’m also guessing you’re aware of that ;)

      Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 12:54.
      • wonkey-willy
        Member
        Since: Jan 2010

        you like what i did there Dave?
        =)

        Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 16:40.
  5. tonyyeb
    Member
    Since: Aug 2010

    Add GT6 and we might talk.

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 13:27.
    • Tony Cawley
      Pint! Pint!
      Since: Feb 2009

      Racing games just don’t work for me at all on streaming services. The input delay makes it pretty much impossible.

      Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 13:47.
      • tonyyeb
        Member
        Since: Aug 2010

        True. From when I tried the service before even with high speed fibre most games suffered from input lag.

        Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 13:48.
  6. Tony Cawley
    Pint! Pint!
    Since: Feb 2009

    That’s such a pointless list of additions. I can’t see many people playing any of these games at all. What a waste of time.

    Comment posted on 20/04/2017 at 13:48.
  7. Bornindafire
    Member
    Since: Apr 2014

    Still no need for speed

    Comment posted on 21/04/2017 at 01:39.
  8. Bornindafire
    Member
    Since: Apr 2014

    And still not one single boxing game SMH

    Comment posted on 21/04/2017 at 01:39.

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