Many moons ago, Sony purchased Gaikai and was suspected to use its game streaming product to bring it to their PlayStation consoles. It was launched in beta when the PlayStation 4 launched and eventually made its way to the PlayStation 3. It was announced on Monday that it has finally made its way to the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV.
The blurb was used at the end of a promotion that was focused on the five more games that were introduced for August. That expands Sony’s selection of PlayStation 3 games to over 125. Here are the games added for this month: God of War 3, Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy.
The “Netflix of Games” is still really small and focused primarily on PS3 games is kind of expensive for the service. For $19.99 a month, you can stream any game of your choosing and play it as long as you want. Given the small catalogue of games, it seems like a difficult point to shake off to garner customers.
Not to mention, it is recommended that you hard-wire your PS4 to your router to play these games. Although, if you have a Vita and use Remote Play, you should already have this done. There is still that seven-day free trial to help make your decision for you.