Last week, industry analyst Michael Pachter, slammed Sony’s new PlayStation Now feature calling it “a joke” and saying “This has no prayer of working. None.” More recently Pachter criticised Sony’s lack of first party content which is odd because that’s arguably not a valid point.
Whilst talking to Pachter on the latest episode of Bonus Round, Geof Keighly defended the PlayStation Now feature by pointing out that even if third party developers won’t support the feature, Sony still has a lot of their own games to offer. Keighly said: “But you know, Sony has a lot of first-party content,” to which Pachter said: “A lot is a stretch. Thirty. They have thirty games.”