There are many game streaming services out there. All have some value, but none are a full access model. The following plans are on the market:
Playstation Now - 500 PS3 games for $19.99/1 month or $44.99/3 months. Currently does not include PS4 games. Good value if you like to play a lot of PS3 games on the PS4.
EA Access - Includes a "Vault" of EA games. There are currently 48 titles available on the XBox One version and 32 via the PC version. It includes many current games and is $4.99/month. In my opinion, this is good value if you buy a lot of sports games and like to have the most current annual release.
Playstation Plus - Not a streaming service. Provides some games each month along with online multiplayer access for $59.99/year.
XBox Live Gold - Not a streaming service. Provides some games each month along with online multiplayer access for $59.99/year.
Nintendo Online Service - When launched, will cost $20/year. Will include online access and "a library of classic games". This appears to be NES games.
Let me know if there are any additions or corrections to the list above.
The question is - How much would you pay for unlimited access to current-gen games on your console of choice? $5/month? $10/month? $20/month? Assume for each that the price includes online access. Also assume that the games are downloaded to your system somehow to avoid lag issues.
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