Entries in 'OnLive' (104)
Ahead of its launch on Thursday, Onlive has released final details of its cloud gaming service - including the initial games line-up and titles that will be available in future.
OnLive hasn't even launched yet - and already big publishers are saying their upcoming major titles, first shown at E3 this week, will be available on the streaming game service.
There are now 25 publishers supporting the OnLive game streaming service.
OnLive has announced it has teamed up with PC specialists Dell to power the launch of its upcoming cloud gaming service.
When E3 closes its doors on Thursday June 17th, a new era will begin for online gaming.
A survey by MCV's sister site PCR has found that just under half of UK retailers think that the UK market is ready for the subscription-based game streaming service, OnLive.
Streaming games service OnLive will be available over any UK ISP, founder and CEO Steve Perlman has confirmed.
The credibility of streaming game service OnLive has been given a serious boost this morning - British Telecom has become one of its investors.
Ubisoft has announced Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands will be released in the UK on May 21st.
Though many think that cloud gaming could be the dominant force in the next generation of gaming, one analyst has predicted that the failure of services such as OnLive to ...
Controversial games streaming service OnLive will launch in the US on June 17th backed by Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, THQ and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, MCV can reveal.
Screen Digest expects Project Natal and Sony's motion controller to extend the lifecycle of PS3 and Xbox 360.
The experimental cloud game streaming service OnLive will eventually be available on smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone.
Pioneering streaming games service OnLive has won the affections of a number of high-profile backers as the service gears up for what it is now calling a ‘winter’ launch.
Streaming games platform OnLive has opened its Beta to gamers – the first time the service has become publicly available.
The Big Three platform holders – Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo – will not support OnLive with their software, according to Gaikai founder David Perry.
Industry veteran David Perry will no longer be showing his cloud gaming service, Gaikai, to the press at E3.
Guy de Beer, the CEO of cloud gaming company Playcast, has suggested that OnLive has not been designed to ever become a self-contained games service, but has instead been created ...
With seemingly the entire games industry lining up to pour doubt over the lofty claims and aspirations of freshly revealed streaming games service OnLive, the company’s founder Steve Perlman has ...