PlayStation Now has updated for the month of April adding a few major hits to the subscription program's line-up.

The biggest game of the bunch is without a doubt Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. Naughty Dog's cinematic shooter will certainly turn a few heads. Other big hits come from Koei Tecmo who is tossing both Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate into the ring for a chance on the streaming channel.

The month closes out with Super Stardust HD and Hustle Kings on the indie front. These five games will join the other games that PlayStation Now makes available for $19.99 a month. Each game can be streamed onto the PlayStation 4 and even select Sony Blu-ray players. A seven day trial is available for those who have yet to be swayed.

I am among them. I haven't tried PlayStation Now yet, and the kind of games that are put onto the streaming waves are not the kind of games I drop $20 a month on. I'm so lost in PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and indie mode that the previous generation hits don't even blip on my radar. Some might like it though, so I suggest you get your free trial before drawing final conclusions.