In addition to its announcements about video games, Sony had other details to reveal at E3 2014.
PlayStation Now, which provides games for rent through its streaming servers, will be available in Canada when it launches July 31.
More than 100 PS3 games (including titles such as Dead Space 3 and God of War: Ascension) will be available through the service, although rental periods and prices have not been announced. And Sony is bringing PlayStation TV to Canada this fall.
For $99, owners can access the upcoming PlayStation Now service, and can pair it with a PS4 to play games on a second television without needing an additional console. A $139 bundle includes a game controller, an HDMI cable, an eight-gigabyte memory card, and a copy of the Lego Movie Videogame.
Finally, Sony has green-lit the first series produced for the PlayStation Network. Powers, based on the Brian Michael Bendis comic series, will air starting in December. Bendis is executive producer of the series.
It will be available for free, even in Canada, to all PlayStation Plus subscribers.