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PS2 games join the PS Now library

Sony has revealed a bunch of PS2 game making their way to PS Now, the PlayStation streaming service, taking the library up to almost 650 titles.

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Sony has revealed a bunch of PS2 game making their way to PS Now, the PlayStation streaming service.

At the moment, the service boasts almost 650 games, and these additions are the first PS2 games to join the collection.

As per a post on the official PlayStation blog:

“Re-live iconic PS2 games like Ape Escape 2, Dark Cloud 2, Hot Shots Tennis, and more! These PS2 games are part of the lineup of classic PS2 games that have been ported for play on PS4 and are currently available at PS Store for download, running in HD and with PS Trophy support.”

The list of new additions for this month is:

  • Ape Escape 2
  • Dark Cloud 2
  • Hot Shots Tennis
  • Limbo
  • Metal Slug 3
  • Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics
  • Sine Mora EX
  • Siren
  • The Last Blade 2

If you’re curious about the Netflix-style games streaming service, there is a free seven-day trial available. You can subscribe and play game on PS4 and PC. If you’re a retro enthusiast then now might be a good time to jump on.


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