PlayStation Plus Premium: Backwards Compatibility Performance Review

PlayStation Plus Premium: Backwards Compatibility Performance Review



With PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now merging into a multi-tiered subscription service. We fire up our internet to put the …

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  1. They removed Silent Hill, Dead Space 3, Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 and quite a bit of other stuff from ps now. Playstation should of just kept it the way it was πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

  2. one thing that the reviewer missed..was that not every PS2 game on PS5 runs as it should, they have a few games in their catalog wich only works with the PS4.. playing these games (Primal, And Manhunt for example) on the PS5 leads to some wierd glitches in graphics and performance.. yet these games are being charged for on the PS5 via a subscription…

  3. Also want to say that if you are in the UK/EU, your library of backwards compatible titles, is severely lacking. About 90% of the games already have remastered versions on the original store, to the point that it just lists the remastered versions. With the more recent titles essentially being narrowed down to 3 Ratchet and Clank games, motorstorm, Red Dead Redemption and various smaller indie titles.. If you want people to up their monthly subscription for this, you need to put in far more effort.

  4. Me and my friend bought it for a month and will 100% not buy it again
    It's fun for like 2 days and then you find yourself playing all except that…..

  5. No wonder we don't get new AAA games anymore. After the PS3/xbox360 generation, everyone has obsessed with backwards compatibility. When will this end?

  6. Why the hell would they have someone from the UK test on the American server and then give an opinion on the input. How did they thought this was actually informative?

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