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When Sony announced PlayStation Now, they said that it would only stream PlayStation 3 games to the PlayStation 4 and Vita for now, but they would eventually include PlayStation 1 and 2 titles. Now the Digital Foundry reports that the PS4 will be able to locally emulate these older games.
An emulator is already in place with both the PlayStation 3 and the Vita, but the version of the PS4 will reportedly have the ability to run the games in the console's native HD resolution. A local emulator would certainly be preferable to streaming.
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