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How to Prepare For The Streaming Video Game Future

In the ’70s and ’80s, gamers all around the world flocked to arcades to challenge their friends by setting new records at games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and Frogger. It was a gaming revolution like no other, and it wouldn’t be brought to a close until the original Nintendo Entertainment …

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EA has acquired its own cloud gaming service

Ever since the rise and fall of OnLive, there has been an increasing amount of interest in ‘cloud gaming’ amongst major publishers. Sony has PSNow, Nvidia has GeForceNow, Microsoft recently acquired its own cloud gaming service, and now it looks like EA is also jumping in and preparing itself for …

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PlayStation Now is getting 105 new games to stream

Last year, Sony announced that it was trying to bring backwards compatibility to the PlayStation 4 in a different way, using a cloud gaming service known as PlayStation Now. This service allows PS4 owners to rent and stream older titles to their consoles and now, an influx of 105 games …

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On-Live to shut down, Sony acquires patents

On-Live has been struggling ever since launch, the cloud gaming service never really performed up to par and as a result, most people gave up on the service and the idea of cloud-gaming entirely. Now, the company is finally closing its doors this month and Sony will be picking up …

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PlayStation Now closed beta coming to the UK

PlayStation Now will start rolling out here in the UK this Spring, Sony has announced. It will start off in closed beta form, meaning you will need an invite to actually use the service. However, after a few months, things will likely open up, allowing more people to try out …

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