PlayStation Now update: subscription service gets 105 titles added; access to over 20 new and classic Capcom titles

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Subscribers of PlayStation’s subscription service, PlayStation Now, will be excited to know that 105 games were added to the library November 3. Including the new video games, there are now a total of 250 subscription titles in the paid service.

According to the PlayStation Blog, out of the 105 titles, 21 of these belong to game publisher Capcom. Some of the popular video games that have been added include “Street Fighter,” “Mega Man,” “Resident Evil,” “Dead Rising,” “Lost Planet,” and “Bionic Commando.”

Under the “Resident Evil” franchise, PlayStation now subscribers will be able to enjoy “Resident Evil 6,” “Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition,” “Resident Evil 4,” “Resident Evil: Code Veronica X,” “Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles,” and “Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.”

On the other hand, a total of four “Street Fighter” titles have been added. These are “Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix,” “Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix,” “Street Fighter 3 Third-Strike Online Edition,” and “Ultra Street Fighter 4.”

For those who miss playing classic Capcom games, PlayStation has announced the inclusion of several renowned hits from the Japanese developer and publisher. Some of the added video games are “Mega Man 9 and 10,” “Strider,” “Capcom Arcade Cabinet: All-in-One-Pack,” “Asura’s Wrath,” and “Lost Planet 2.”

Aside from Capcom, titles from various game studios can now be accessed by PlayStation Now subscribers. Some of these include “Zeno Clash II,” “Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge,” “Battle Fantasia,” “Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments,” “Red Johnson’s Chronicles,” and “Comet Crash Bionic Bundle.”

Subscribing to the paid service of the game console costs $19.99 for one month or $44.99 for three months. Players who are unsure of shelling out money without knowing what to expect can go for the seven-day free trial that can be claimed through the PlayStation Store. Subscription can be canceled before the trial period is done to avoid recurring fees.