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OnLive Beta sign-up begins

The official website of OnLive launched last night. If you haven't heard about, it's the newly unveiled internet-based game delivery service.

A beta sign-up form is now online. The requirements listed for signing up in the OnLive beta testing is: "You need to be at least 18, based in the US and have a broadband-connected PC running Windows Vista®/XP®, or an Intel®-based Mac." The beta is set to begin soon, in summer 2009.

The games listed and being featured on the OnLive network include:
Burnout Paradise
HAWX
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
Frontlines: Fuel of War
Tomb Raider: Underworld
GRID
World of Goo
The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
Crysis Warhead
Wheelman
LEGO Batman: The Videogame
Unreal Tournament 3
Major League Baseball 2K9
Mirror's Edge
Prince of Persia
BioShock

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peeps3073d ago

wonder when/ if eu get the beta. chances are when the final product is released there will be a big delay for other countries

FlameBaitGod3073d ago

If this works out.... this means the PS,N & M$ will die ?

kewlkat0073073d ago (Edited 3073d ago )

Anyone signing up...

Canidae3073d ago (Edited 3073d ago )

I just signed up, and got my confirmation e-mail, so I'll see. While I don't really see this succeeding, I'm willing to give it a try, if for nothing else than to be able to play PC games my system can't run. Who knows, it might just be the next big step, stranger things have happened.

darx3073d ago

Hopefully I am one of the lucky ones.

nutcase4u3073d ago

Figured I would give it a try. If it's not too expensive and it works well then it has potential to be a nice addition to my PS3.

In case there are fanboys that want to hit "disagree" just because I said "PS3", I occasionally play my brother's 360 when I'm at his house. whew..

emazzuca3073d ago

No Canadian Love?

give me a break

deepio3073d ago

No UK love either dammit!

claney3073d ago

No AUS Love either...

...but i knew it would happen

silvacrest3073d ago

same old, same old

everyone else gets ignored as usual

ZombieButcher3073d ago

Its not that they are ignoring you all, The company is US based and they want to set up 4-5 Locations localy to see if it takes off. Keep the cost low so if it fails they don't bury them selves in huge debt.

And Yes I signed up.

uie4rhig3073d ago

we were gonna invest in this when we had a proper company setup (getting money from other stuff)
but i guess we will see if this was a good idea or not without getting us into debts

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qohelet3073d ago

US only?
how about having a beta in a country with decent internet broadband?
they are setting themselves up for fail.

Daoshai3073d ago

Though Obama is giving broadband in America the largest overhaul anywhere in the world, each state is given hundreds of millions to billions of dollars, so I don't really think anyone in the US will have to worry by the time onlive comes around

DeadlyFire3073d ago

Obama's broadband plan is still few years off though. Even while its in action right now it will take 1-5 years before progress is seen. My area just got a boost before Obama's broadband plan came about.

bob saget remix3073d ago

The U.S. is usually always first for anything like this.

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