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Dead or Alive 5, Nights of Azure, and Other Koei Tecmo Games Appear in PlayStation Now March 2020’s Lineup

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The PlayStation Now March 2020 roundup has arrived, and it is a good month for subscribers that are Koei Tecmo fans. A number of entries in the companies’ established series have all joined the roster. This means all of both the Nights of Azure and Toukiden series are available as a result.

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Nights of Azure, the action-RPG series from Gust that stars half-demon heroines who fight against demons and must face the prospect of the women they love possibly being sacrificed for the greater good. Both Nights of Azure and Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon are available to play.

Toukiden is a Monster Hunter-like action-RPG from Omega Force that places a strong emphasis on being able to fight alongside capable NPC allies and collect mitama souls to boost your avatars’ abilities as you fight oni. The enhanced version of the original game, Toukiden: Kiwami, and Toukiden 2 are both available.

The other Koei Tecmo PlayStation Now March 2020 additions come from established series. Dead or Alive 5: Last Round gives people access to the fighter. Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII is there for strategic endeavors. People can also hop into the Warriors All-Stars Musou that brings in characters from installments in the company’s major (Dead or Alive and Dynasty Warriors) and minor (Samurai Cats and Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time) series.

The other PlayStation Now March 2020 games being added are:

  • Control (available until Monday, August 31)
  • Nascar Heat 3
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
  • Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Control will only be available until August 31, 2020, while Shadow of the Tomb Raider will leave the library on September 7, 2020.

PlayStation Now is $9.99 for a month or $59.99 for one year. It lets people play games on their PlayStation 4s and PCs.

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