A Few Bandai Namco Titles Added to PlayStation Now Library

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

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Dark Souls II Bandai Namco

A bit of good news today for PlayStation Now subscribers, now you’ll get a chance to play three great Bandai Namco titles using the service. These include:

  • Dark Souls II
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2
  • Namco Museum Essentials  (Pac-Man, Xevious, Galaga, DigDug, Dragon Spirit, and Xevious Resurrection)

This broadens Bandai Namco’s library a bit, adding to their existing titles like Ni No Kuni, Katamari Forever, Eternal Sonata, Pac-Man Champsionship Edition DX, and Galaga Legions DX.

Do you have PlayStation Now, and are you excited about these additions? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Mr0303

    Streaming games is one step further from digital only games. I’d be curious to see how many people are subscribed to PS Now. It would show if this will pick up.

    • Lord Ackercocke

      PS Now is not for me. My PS3 library is massive enuff. I wish Sony did like Microsoft and enabled the ability to play your PS3 games enhanced on the PS4. Ah well.

    • Mr0303

      I don’t think Sony is using now as a replacement for BC, but rather an experiment to see if something like Netflix will work for games.

    • I thought you hated everything that Microsoft does?

    • Last I heard PSnow was bombing hard. I could use the service on PC if I wanted but I would rather emulate. Far more cheaper. ;^)

  • I already own most of these games.

  • braneman

    Imagining precision games like dark souls or a fighting game, streamed over the internet. NO that won’t work, that is a recipe for frustration that is very hard to explain.