Super Stardust Portable has been released on PlayStation Plus Premium

Super Stardust Portable has been released on PlayStation Plus Premium ...

Today, the revamped PlayStation Plus service has completed its rollout in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, and it has brought a little surprise with it, in the form of a fresh addition to the Classics catalog for Premium subscribers in all directions.

The PlayStation Plus tab is not yet, yet. It is only discovered by searching for it, according to one Reddit user.

Aside from the North American start last week, Eurogamer points out that Sony has now exceeded the number of games it originally promised to deliver on PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium. There are currently 833 games available for players on the top Premium tier Sony had promised up to 740.

The number of games available in those territories where streaming is not available will be significantly lower, given that the majority of the Classics catalog includes more than 300 PS3 games, which can only be streamed.

Many of the earlier classic games were only played in 50 hertz PAL versions, as was for the Asian release. Sony has revealed this morning that it intends to make NTSC versions running at the total, faster, smoother 60 hertz available for the majority of titles. (North American players get these by default.)

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