It has only been a couple of weeks, but our review of Sony's streaming PlayStation Now service is already slightly out of date. All-you-can-play subscription access to a selection of PS3 titles running on remote servers is now about 4.8 percent better than it was last month, with the addition of five new titles.
Effective today, PlayStation Now subscriptions include access to Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, God of War II HD, Red Faction: Armageddon, Galaga Legions DX, and Arcana Heart 3. The additions mimic PS Now's existing mix of big-name console exclusives with smaller, sleeper gems that PS3 owners might have missed the first time around, bringing the service's selection up to 109 games. In an announcement blog post, PlayStation Now Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi also promised that Sony will "add games to the service each month" going forward.
In reviewing PlayStation Now's subscription plan last month, we called the initial 104-game selection "a good starting point" that we hoped would become more valuable over time with additional games. We're glad to see that expansion starting to happen already, though of course the pace would be increased in a perfect world.