Stop blinking and start reading. It's true. According to a new partnership between Sony and Samsung, some of the upcoming smart TV sets will support Playstation games straight out of the box eliminating the need of a physical console. Still can't believe it? Well, there is a catch though. Of course, there has to be a catch with something so awesome and the catch is that the content is PlayStation Now rather than PlayStation 4 content. For those new to the term, PS Now is Sony's game streaming service. Sony has just announced that PS Now will ship on "select Samsung smart TVs in the first half of 2015." This means that you’re effectively streaming games over the Internet using the still in beta service that Sony has been working on for a little while. The jury is still out on whether the new fangled method of gaming will be the future or not but those who have tried the service have generally not favored the technology. PS Now will be available as an app on supported TVs—customers will need to bring their own DualShock 4 controllers, but otherwise playing on one of Samsung's TVs is the same as playing on a Sony device. This includes "the ability to earn in-game trophies, play games online with friends, and save your game progress in the cloud." Currently the service only supports a handful of PS3 titles buy Sony has promised new titles coming soon. While Sony says that a 5 Mbps connection will suffice for the streaming, we seriously doubt that. Here is the complete list of titles available currently on Playstation Now.