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We've tended to start with the core and branch out from there, and if you look at the PlayStation 2 over the last seven or eight years, those offerings initially were tailored to the core gamer, and now that we're in year seven or eight, I think we've had a lot of causal gaming experiences.
I don't think the process is much different, for better or for worse, but I think we are probably accelerating the curve a little quicker to reach down to a more diverse audience sooner. But I think you are who you are, and the PlayStation 3 lends itself more to a hi-tech hardcore gamer, at least initially, especially at a USD 599 price tag, than it does to a casual gamer and a more social gaming experience.
I don't think there's a ton they can do to make PS1/PS2 interesting to me since there are good quality PC emulators available for those games and it's trivial to download anything you want. Not a big fan of streaming games, so the PS3 library is probably a no.
It should be pointed out that, at the initial announcement, they said there would be \"up to 340\" classic games. They have listed 57 of them here, so there obviously will be a lot more. We just don't know if it'll be 340 at launch, or if it'll build up to that number over time.
Also, players who have previously purchased the digital version of select games from the original PlayStation and PSP generation will not have to make a separate purchase or sign up to PlayStation Plus to play these titles on PS4 or PS5. When these titles are released for PS4 and PS5, players can head to PlayStation Store and download a version for the consoles at no extra cost if they already own the digital version of the title. Some of the titles will also be available for individual purchase.
@spacemanspiff00: Actually PS Now would let you play the catalog of games online even without PS+. You would get cloud saves because how else would you save progress when you streamed, you just couldn't download/upload saves, or get the monthly games. It was a stupid good deal for $60 if you didn't own most of the games you wanted to play on there. It really sucks for people who only had Now because its basically $120 now for the same deal, but now you are forced to pay for PS+ which you didn't even need before. I wish they just added the $40 tier as an option for PS+ for the download only games and kept Now the way it was. But hopefully this gets us better/newer games. 153554b96e