Sony’s big leg-up on the Xbox is their PlayStation Now game-streaming service. This more or less is a back-door method to achieve backwards compatibility via cloud-based gaming. It is already out for the next-gen console: the PS4. But what about other consoles?
Earlier this week, Sony announced that the service will arrive for the PS3 next week on May 12th. Here are the new titles arriving this month in time for you to play w/ F1 2014, Fat Princess, Farming Simulator, Sanctum 2, and Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce. PS Now costs $20 per month as Sony is hard at work to bring more games and add more consoles support for the service. If you’re on the fence, there is a 7-day free trial for it as well.