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PlayStation Now brings backwards compatibility to the PS4

Sony has announced a streaming service called PlayStation Now that will allow you to play a back catalog of PlayStation titles on your PS4, PS3, Vita and Bravia TV.

The lack of backwards compatibility in the new-generation gaming consoles has been something of a thorn in the side of gamers. At CES, Sony has announced that it will be addressing this problem — with a service that will allow the streaming of PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and possibly PlayStation 1 titles to current Sony products.

Called PlayStation Now, it will allow you to either pay a subscription fee or a rental fee for each game you want to play (which means that, if you already have, say, Jak & Daxter in your game library, you will have to pay to play it on PlayStation Now). Games will stream in 720p and will be saved in the cloud, which means you can resume play on a different device.

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