Entries in 'cloud' (57)
Sony Computer Entertainment America president and CEO Jack Tretton has warned gamers not to expect all of the features outlined in Sony’s PS4 press to be available at launch.
The PlayStation 4 will go on sale for at or above ¥40,000, a new report claims.
T5 Labs is attempting to sue cloud gaming firm Gaikai in the Delware courts.
What a difference a year makes.
Traditional gaming has held its own in the face of increasing opposition this generation – but its stiffest challenge may be yet to come.
To run any business or team properly, you have to have enormous self-belief that your strategy and vision is the right one.
Component giant AMD has invested in cloud gaming specialist CiiNOW.
Cloud gaming has taken a significant step into the present thanks to a new initiative from Japanese publisher Square Enix.
Confirming MCV's exclusive report last month, Sony has acquired cloud gaming firm Gaikai for $380m.
Cloud gaming service Gaikai is reportedly actively looking for a buyer.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that cloud gaming could very well play a part in PlayStation’s immediate future.
Cloud gaming provider OnLive has not given up hope of its iOS app going live – despite submitting it to Apple six months ago.
Microsoft Game Studios’ corporate VP Phil Spencer has admitted that the future of gaming lies in the clouds.
Gaikai boss David Perry has denied that his company is in talks with Sony over either a streaming games deal or a takeover.
OnLive has claimed that it has “millions of subscribers worldwide”, but has once again decided not to reveal the number of gamers paying to use its service.
Gaikai is to provide cloud gaming services to owners of Samsung’s internet connected Smart TVs.
Sony may not be the only platform holder to announce a streaming content strategy at E3 this week.
In a move that will rock the next generation of console gaming, Sony is close to agreeing an acquisition of a high profile cloud gaming firm, MCV understands.
Sony will strike a deal with OnLive or Gaikai at E3 next month for PlayStation cloud gaming, according to reports.
EA has revealed that Xbox 360 users who utilise Microsoft’s Xbox Live Cloud save system may face issues importing their Mass Effect 2 save data into Mass Effect 3.
Cloud gaming service OnLive will soon be available through devices that feature Google TV.
Cloud gaming company Gaikai is now providing its demo service to Ubisoft and Best Buy following deals with YouTube, EA and more.
OnLive appears eager to end its direct competition with the established home consoles, with one of the company’s executives openly encouraging Sony and Microsoft to incorporate the cloud game tech.
Watch out OnLive and Gaikai – a new rival says it can be the dominant force in cloud gaming.