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PlayStation Now has a lot more kid games in its line-up. PlayStation

PS4 players are looking to get a lot of games this month. Apart from the anticipated big ones like “Uncharted 4,” there is a new batch of titles joining the PlayStation Now line-up.

Specifically, 21 kid-friendly games are coming to the PS Now service, which is right in time for summer vacation. Over at PlayStation Blog, the total of 85 games that are in the May collection are for everyone, as they are mostly kids games to let the kiddies treat themselves to a fun-filled summer of gaming.

Some standout games that fan of all ages should check out include “Ratchet & Clank,” “The LEGO Movie Videogame,” “LEGO Harry Potter,” “LEGO Batman,” “Kung Fu Panda,” “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Adventure Time,” “Barbie,” “Monster High,” “Ben 10,” “Pac-Man,” “Sly Cooper,” “Sonic the Hedgehog” and “Mega Man.” The video below shows off some of the 85 games, like “Rayman Origins,” “Katamari Forever,” and some other fun franchises for the kids.

The full list of games rated for everyone above 10 years old, as well as those that are rated for everyone has been detailed in the link above.

Fans who are looking for a more adult fighting game can look forward to the “King of Fighters 2000” title. It’s now available as a PS2-on-PS4 title. According to Game Informer, the game is now available following the PS Store update. This is a great way to jump-start back into the franchise, especially with “The King of Fighters XIV” coming in August. “The King of Fighters 2000” is available for US$9.99 (approx. AU$13).

Finally, players who are looking forward to the remake of the “Shadow of the Beast” for the PS4 can also expect a 1989 Amiga original for the game. Heavy Spectrum confirmed that this will be available as an unlockable bonus in the game, though details on how this will be available has yet to be detailed.

In addition to this, the developer has also confirmed that the PS4 remake will feature an infinite lives mode, GameSpot reported. This will appease the difficulty that has always accompanied the game. “Shadow of the Beast” is coming to the PS4 on May 17 as an exclusive title.

New games on PlayStation Now (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)