With so many technological advances made in the past five years, the recently released nextgen systems have a lot to catch up with. Google Chromecast and
The recently titled PS Now will allow users to stream games from their PS4, PS3 and PS Vita to compatible wireless devices. For now only
Attached to this already ambitious feature is the ability to stream games online over a rent by title or subscription based plan similar to the model made popular by
During CES, convention goers were able to go hands on with the PS Now service and were able to play PS3 titles like "The Last of Us" and "BEYOND: Two Souls" streaming to PS Vita's and BRAVIA TV's.
A compilation of reports found online come to the consensus that it does what it sets out to do but that there is some lag issues.
This is one of those times in gaming history to be both excited and speculative. If the feature works out and expands to other devices then this could be a revolutionary move for
I am definitely looking forward to this for now with pretty high hopes, as PS Now goes into closed beta testing at the end of January with a full roll out of the service slated for summer 2014.
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