Take a look at The Last of Us running on Vita through PlayStation Now, the Sony games streaming service that was announced this morning at CES. PlayStation Now will enter beta in January, with a full rollout in the US this summer on PS3, PS4 and Bravia TVs. Vita is scheduled for later on.

PlayStation Now will allow players to stream PlayStation games on a variety of internet-connected devices. According to Sony's launch plan, PlayStation Now will hit PlayStation devices first, then expand to other Sony products, and then hit third-party internet-capable devices. It enables cross-platform gaming, such as PS4 players entering games with PS3 players.

Finally, The Last of Us can make you feel awful, beautiful things from a tinier screen.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.