Sony dropped the price of Playstation Now, it’s streaming video game service that competes with Xbox Game Pass, down to a more competitive $9.99 a month. The price is available to current subscribers at the end of their current subscription, but it doesn’t look like refunds will be given to current subscribers. With more than 800 games available and over 300 of those installable, PS Now is a terrific option for Sony gamers that may have balked at the price before.

In addition to the new price, God of War, Grand Theft Auto V, inFAMOUS Second So and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End are available on the service until January 2, 2020 and new “premium” games should be added on a temporary basis monthly.

We also talked about:

  • The 8bit-do Switch Lite controller is adorable, but we’re not exactly sure why it exists
  • Peripheral maker Logitech has purchased Steamlabs for $89 million
  • Apex Legends has a new map called World’s Edge (and it has a train!)
  • If you have an Xbox and don’t have Game Pass, it might be the time to get it
  • Bungie has plans to release at least one non-Destiny game in the next five years


DA VINSTER (Vinny): What video game/series do you think would work well in another genre of gaming? Gears of War RTS? A Rare (the company) kart racer?

JoeColeslaw: What games do you feel deserve a second chance a few years after launch? What games have made the most a second chances? Rainbow Six Siege, Destiny, Destiny 2, Fallout 76? I just Revisited Star Wars Battlefront 2, sorry Adam… And was blown away by the vast improvements of the progression and reward system.

mansocks: With the repetition we are seeing in humble bundles do you think their days are numbered?

Cheap/Free Games

Games Pass:

  • Dishonored 2 – Oct. 3
  • World War Z – Oct. 10
  • Yooka Laylee – Oct. 10
  • Fallout New Vegas – Oct. 17
  • Felix the Reaper – Oct. 17
  • Panzer Dragoon Orta – Oct. 17

Epic Store:

  • Minit

Twitch Prime

  • Adam Wolfe
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne – A Telltale Miniseries
  • Stranger Things 3: The Game
  • Deadlight: Director’s Cut
  • Serial Cleaner

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