PS2 Games Finally Available For PlayStation Now Subscribers
As streaming media becomes more and more readily available for more people, the PlayStation Now service has proven to be one of the most nifty features accessible for PlayStation owners. However, one noticeable offering has not been available to these subscribers: PlayStation 2 games. The service includes many PS3 and PS4 games, but none from the first two generations of PlayStation consoles. PS4 users have been able to enjoy remakes of favorite PS2 games like Shadow of the Colossus, but no PS2 games in their original forms have been available until now.
Sony has announced the details of the new PS2 games available for PlayStation Now subscribers this month on their official PlayStation blog. The classic PS2 games that will be available starting this month are Ape Escape 2, Dark Cloud 2, and Hot Shots Tennis. All of these games are ports of the original PS2 versions that will run in HD on the PlayStation 4. In addition, these downloadable games will also include trophy support, with new trophies that players can earn.
These are not the only new additions for PlayStation Now subscribers. The indie hit Limbo is now available on the service, as well as the run and gun retro favorite Metal Slug 3. Other new additions this month include Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics, Sine Mora EX, Siren and The Last Blade 2. The support for PS2 games will certainly excite nostalgic Sony fans, and would likely invite new subscribers for the PlayStation Now service. Hopefully, more beloved PS2 games are added to the subscription service in the near future. What do you guys think about PS2 games being made available on PlayStation Now? Let us know in the comments below!
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