Article by USgamer Team, Sony's announcement of its upcoming Play Station Now service certainly got us excited.
Not so much about being able to stream Play Station 3 games, which is useful, but not exactly thrilling to the many of us who still have our PS3's tucked under our TV sets.
Play Station 2 remake of the original Tales of Destiny by Namco Tales Studio, with renewed graphics, revised plot for consistence with the sequel Tales of Destiny 2 and the most fast-paced battle system in the series so far.
The last Final Fantasy game released on the PS2, Final Fantasy XII is distinguished by its condition-driven "gambit" battle system, its Monster Hunter-like open environments and side quests, and its setting in the existing fictional universe of Ivalice.
Sony's upcoming PS Now streaming gaming service will feature PS3, PS2 and PS1 games.