This feature is only available in the US and Canada right now, but that?s no surprise when only a select few Beta applicants can get access to PS Now at all in the UK right now. When we get in on the action later this year, all you?ll need is a DualShock 3 or 4 controller, the official pads of the PS3 and PS4. Oh, and a compatible TV. It?s expected to work with Samsung?s top-end models. But look for the PS Now sticker if you?re buying a new one.

PS Now currently lets you access over 300 PS3 games, or around 100 within the all-you-can-eat subscription plan. In the US that costs $19.99 a month, although we?re still waiting for UK prices. For the other games, you pay a one-off subscription, ranging from ones lasting hours to 90 days.

Sound interesting? PS Now is also coming to a bunch of Sony TVs and Blu-ray players, and will work on PS4, PS3, PS Vita and the PSTV set-top box. Some of our favourites from the subscription library include The Last of Us, inFamous 2 and Uncharted 3.

In the UK, PS Now is currently in closed beta testing phase, but with the service already having fully launched in the US for PS, PS4 and these Samsung TVs, it can?t be too long before we get on-board properly too.
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