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All the Game Streaming Services Google Stadia is Up Against

This week Google announced Stadia, a gaming service that runs from the cloud rather than a console in your living room or a souped-up gaming rig in your study. The concept of streaming games over the web isn’t new though – these are the other services that Stadia is going up against, and what they offer. Read More >>

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PlayStation Now Game Streaming Subscription is Now Available in the UK

The quality of PlayStation Now game streaming caught me by surprise when I took it for a test back in the summer. Unexpectedly smooth, with relatively sharp visuals and low input lag, it was far more playable than I expected it to be. My main concern was the service's pricing, letting you rent games over two or 30 day stretches for between £3 and £10. Thankfully, Sony's adding another option in the UK today – an all-you-can eat game streaming subscription for £12.99 a month. Read More >>

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PlayStation Now UK Hands-On Review: Startlingly Smooth, Slightly Stingy

It was a disappointing announcement when, around the unveiling of the PlayStation 4, Sony revealed that its latest console wouldn’t come with native backwards compatibility for older PS3 titles. However, it at least had a ready alternative planned – having acquired game-streaming service Gaikai, the PS4 would offer last-gen games on demand, over the web, with a new rental service called PlayStation Now. Read More >>

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The PlayStation Now Private Beta Kicks Off in the UK in ‘Spring’

Sony's PlayStation Now game streaming service has been available to test in the US for some months now, letting you beam PS3 games over the web to a host of compatible Sony devices. With the service settling in Stateside, Sony's seen fit to bring it to the UK, today announcing plans to kick off a private beta trial of PlayStation Now in the UK this spring. Read More >>

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PlayStation Now Hands On: Hey This Thing Actually Works

So PlayStation Now works. Like really. Like what the heck are you sure there isn't a PlayStation tucked away behind this TV and hidden somehow behind this Vita works. It's incredible because it doesn't feel incredible, if that makes any sense. You can play streaming games without any game console, and that's pretty damn impressive. Read More >>

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PlayStation Now Brings Gaikai PS3, PS2 Game Streaming to PS4, but UK Will Have to Wait

With the PlayStation 4 lacking any built-in backwards compatibility features, classic PS3 and PS2 games were promised to be coming to the console via a streaming service, developed by Gaikai. That service, now called PlayStation Now, will be ready by the summer -- so long as you live in the US. Read More >>