Entries in 'cloud' (23)
Retailer GameStop will use Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing network to power a number of new interactive content offerings.
Green Man Gaming has become the first retailer to be able to sell OnLive’s Games Bundle.
Consumers may soon have access to both current and last-gen Xbox games without the need for a console.
Cloud gaming firm OnLive has announced the expansion of its eponymous game streaming service to six new European regions.
Microsoft Research is working on a new cloud gaming system that aims to reduce network latency by predicting what input players will enter next.
The growth of mobile gaming will erode the console and PC games market by 12 per cent over the next five years.
3.6bn people will rely on cloud technology by 2018, a new report from Juniper Research forecasts.
Amazon will use its cloud technology to handle thousands of characters on screen at once for an ambitious new game on its Fire TV.
Respawn Engineer Jon Shiring has said that gamers shouldn't view Microsoft cloud computing claims as a marketing gimmick.
OnLive says its new business model will finally convince gamers that cloud gaming can work.
Titanfall is indisputably great, but the game ultimately will live or die by its online functionality.
Could 2014 be the year that streamed PS3 games arrive on PS4?
AppStream is the name of a brand new streaming mobile games service that is on the way from online retailer Amazon.
It’s looking unlikely that Microsoft will bring Xbox 360 backwards compatibility to Xbox One via its Cloud computing services.
An annual subscription is to be charged for a new Pokemon cloud storage service for 3DS owners.
Sega and Sports Interactive have officially announced inevitable sim sequel Football Manager 2014.
Zattikka has entered administration after struggling to pay off its debts.
Online games firm Zattikka could go into administration next month as it struggles to make a loan payment of £275,000.
Insomniac hopes for Xbox One title Sunset Overdrive to be playable offline despite plans to utilise Microsoft’s cloud computing network.
Microsoft’s considerable investment in cloud computing will power a new breed of console games.
Microsoft is set to investment $700 million in a new data centre in West Des Moines, Iowa.
Microsoft still hopes to implement the more ambitious digital features of its Xbox One platform, it has stated.
The ‘power of the cloud’ remains a key USP for Xbox One despite Microsoft’s ditching of its unpopular DRM plans.