Hands-on with Playstation Now

LAS VEGAS -- Just an hour after Sony announced PlayStation Now at its CES 2014 keynote address, Sony was showing off the streaming gaming service on the show floor.

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There's also no official game lineup announced yet, although Sony was demoing "The Last of Us," "God of War: Ascension," "Puppeteer," and "Beyond: Two Souls" at its booth. Sony also wasn't ready to announced whether you'll need a PlayStation Plus account to access PlayStation Now.

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PlayStation Now is scheduled to launch this summer, with a beta program starting in the US at the end of January.
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PS3 games will be supported at launch, with nothing to announce regarding older, back catalog (that is, PS2 or PS1) games yet.
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PS4, PS3, Vita, 2014 Sony Bravia TVs will be supported initially, expanding to other platforms in the future.
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