PlayStation Now, Sony's digital streaming service, is continuing to expand this month, as a number of new games are coming to the service.

The streaming service is currently available on PlayStation 4 for $19.99 a month or $44.99 for three months. PlayStation Now allows subscribers to stream a number of older PlayStation games and comes with cloud saves and trophy support, allowing gamers access to older, harder to find titles.

First and foremost among the new games coming to the service in March is Infamous 2. Developed by Sucker Punch, Infamous 2 continues the story of Cole, a superhuman with fantastic abilities. It's a solid addition to the PlayStation Now library, especially for PS4 players who have played Infamous: Second Son and want to see what came before.

Also being added is Twisted Metal. Not to be confused with the original game released in 1995 for the original PlayStation, PlayStation Now is gaining the 2012 Twisted Metal reboot this month. If you are looking for a crazy multiplayer title and vehicular mayhem, it doesn't get much more over-the-top than Twisted Metal.

For old-school gamers, R-Type: Dimensions is being added to the service as well. The game comes with both R-Type 1 and 2 and allows for switching between new and old graphics with the press of a button. Horror fans will find plenty to enjoy in Alone in the Dark: Inferno and if you are in the mood for a painfully realistic military shooter, Operation Flashpoint: Red River is your ticket.

If you are curious about the service and want to give it a try, Sony is currently offering a 7-day trial for PlayStation Now via the PlayStation Store. PlayStation Plus subscribers can expect even more games in March as well, and these will be completely free (with a PlayStation Plus subscription, of course). While we don't yet know what games will be offered, last month's titles included Transistor, Apotheon, Thief and Yakuza 4.

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