Sony's Playstation Now service has been a roller-coaster of hype, disappointment, and somewhere in between. While the service has become a revolutionary ground for adding a netflix like experience for games (and at least pulling it off unlike a certain other service) it is still in open beta and continues to test the waters of what it can offer for its users. From the First release of the open BETA, there's been a lot of outcry to add retro games to the platform, as well as fixing the somewhat RIDICULOUS pricing for some games (are you really gonna pay $2.99 to rent Sonic the Hedgehog episode 4 for 4 hours..?) But not to worry, Sony has been taking your feedback. And they've finally come out with a response that may please a LOT of people. Source Being able to keep what You're renting is ABSOLUTELY a preferred option for me, as paying full retail to rent a game for 90 days is ludicrous at the moment. Good to know Sony it taking feedback seriously on its offerings in order to add a better platform for it's fans. Is Anyone else happy to hear about these changes?