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The PlayStation Now lineup just got a huge injection of new gaming options, adding 105 titles to the streaming service with PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Network offerings that range the spectrum.

For those of you unfamiliar with PlayStation Now, it’s basically a game streaming service that lets you play a large library of games for one monthly fee. The app is available on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, meaning that all you need is one of those devices and a decent internet connection to play a wide assortment of games without ever having to download a full title.

Only active for about a year, PlayStation Now’s library of games has been growing a few titles at a time over the past months. Today, though, Sony surprised everyone with a megaton drop that nearly doubled the offerings in one go. With the addition of these 105 new games, the service now offers unlimited access to more than 250 titles with an active subscription.

That’s a lot of games getting added all at once and, just in case the video showcase didn’t do all of the titles justice, you can peruse the full list over on the PlayStation Blog.

There, they’ve broken the games into handy categories. Under Resident Evil games, for instance, you’ll find zombie blast-a-thons like Resident Evil 4, RE 5 and RE 6, as well as the motion-contolled Chronicles games and Code Veronica X.

Four Street Fighter games have been added to the collection, alongside a pair of Mega Man games and both Bionic Commando: Rearmed and Rearmed 2.

The entire Lost Planet trilogy is included, as is Dead Rising 2 and the off-the-wall Asura’s Wrath.

That’s just scraping the tip of the iceberg, though, as everything listed above is just from the Capcom section of the new games. Others include the bizarrely addictive fighter, Divekick, Stealth Inc. and Double Dragon Neon, just to name a few.

There are a whole bunch of indie and puzzle games, too, alongside RPGs like Ragnarok Odyssey Ace, Record of Agarest War 2 and Artelier Rorona Plus. There are also a bunch of racing games, as well as a library of Neogeo and SNK classics.

There are a whole bunch of subscription models available, including monthly, quarterly or even timed rentals for those of you who just want to play for a while and move on. There’s even a seven-day trial period to take for a spin, just in case you want to make sure your connection can handle streaming these games before forking over any cash.

So, have any of you readers given PlayStation Now a try? Are these new games enough to make you consider streaming some entertainment? Let us know in the comments below.
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