15 New RPGs Avaiable Through PlayStation Now

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

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PlayStation Now 15 RPG Offerings
Today, it was announced on PlayStation.Blog that 15 more RPG oriented games will now be available through the cloud based service, PlayStation Now. Titles range from NIS America to XSEED Games, you can check out the complete list below.

  • Child of Light (Ubisoft)
  • Eternal Sonata (Bandai Namco)
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (Xseed Games)
  • Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Legasista (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • The Awakened Fate Ultimatum (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls (Xseed Games)
  • Faery: Legends of Avalon (Focus Home Interactive)
  • Rise of the Argonauts (Codemasters)
  • Mars: War Logs (Focus Home Interactive)
  • Battle Princess of Arcadias (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • The Guided Fate Paradox (Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Dragon Fin Soup (Grimm Bros)

If you still don’t have PlayStation Now or just curious about its selections, you can try the 7-day free day trial here.

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  • Mr0303

    I wonder if the service is successful. The prices were a bit high and most people don’t have good enough connection to properly stream the games. To be honest I’d rather see the whole games as a service concept die out.