When Sony announced PlayStation Now at CES, and mentioned that in the future we'd get the services on devices like smartphones, tablets and set-top boxes, most thought it was an option far in the future. Turns out
Sony Explains How PS4 Required Less Investment than PS3; Hints to Future Investment for Cloud Gaming
Yesterday Sony held its quarterly financial conference call, and quite obviously many of the questions from analysts and investors were related to the upcoming PS4. While answering to one of these questions during the session in Japanese,
During an interview with Eurogamer, Sony's UK boss Fergal Gara was questioned on why PS3-streaming via Gaikai on the PS4 will be U.S.-only next year (at least for the time being). Gara responded:
At this evening's Sony E3 press event, a few things were mentioned about their purchase of Gaikai and the streaming technology that comes with it. The PlayStation Cloud service will be launching in 2014, sometime after the
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida Confirms A Desire For Subscription Based Gaming, And Thoughts On The PS4’s Future
In a recent interview with The Guardian's Keith Stuart, Sony's Shuhei Yoshida opened up about a few things regarding the PS4, like the philosophy regarding streaming content, how Sony is circumventing long downloads, and where Yoshida
As announced during the Live Sony Event, Gaikai's service will radically change the PS4 and the idea of "social gaming" in general.
In case you didn't know, patent lawsuits are all the rage these days. Just look around, everyone's doing it. Joining in the fray is Delaware based game streaming company T5 Labs. They're claiming that the Gaikai streaming
A few moments ago, Sony Computer Entertainment announced their plans to acquire cloud gaming service Gaikai. While a deal of this nature has been on everyone's mind since even before E3, this is the first official confirmation
We've been hearing some rumblings that Sony might be unveiling something that has to do with Cloud gaming with signs pointing towards a deal with Gaikai and until the Sony conference at E3 next week we won't
Earlier today, Gaikai announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Turbine. Thanks to that partnership, The Lord of The Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online will be on the game's website, streaming on browsers.
The next console race might not be between the PS4, Xbox 720 and Wii U, after all.