PlayStation Now: How The Last of Us Looks with Sony’s Streaming Service on PS Vita and on Bravia TV

Sony Computer Entertainment announced today that its Gaikai streaming service will henceforth be called PlayStation Now, and is already showcasing a few games streamed with it on the show floor at CES, including the critically acclaimed The Last of Us.

Below you can see the first clips of the game’s demo playable at the event, courtesy of the Portaltic and TheNextWeb YouTube channels. While they are recorded off the screen of a Vita and of a Sony Bravia TV and the quality isn’t the best, it’s a good first glimpse on the service’s capabilities.

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  • Stb Hern├índez

    Dayum! Looks really interestng; now put all the PS1 and PS2 classics on the PSN or Gaikai to stream from.

  • Darklurkr23

    Cool there should be BC, but did everyone seriously have to walk around listening to J-pop? O god that’s torture

    • Bankai

      J-Pop is great, you should give it a try.

      • Darklurkr23

        Na man I speak English that’s ok.

        • Suzaku Kururugi

          Don’t need to speak that moon to enjoy that tune. Ya feel me son?