TGS: PlayStation and Gaikai's Cloud Project

IGN - At its Tokyo Game Show press conference, PlayStation spoke for the first time about its acquisition of cloud-gaming service Gaikai. Andrew House, Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, said the pairing meant a new cloud service using Gaikai tech and manpower was on the way and looking to expand the potential of PlayStation business beyond games. Supposedly, the services are in development now and will be with us soon.

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-Mezzo-2223d ago

Cannot wait to find out what they're working on.

badz1492223d ago

sure there's something cooking between the 2 of them! next E3 might be very very interesting!

SAE2223d ago (Edited 2223d ago )

Yep :)
Ps4 / Gaikai's Cloud / More exclusives

you people have to know that almost all the great games next year will release befor e3 , so i don't think they will show the announced exclusives , it's a reason to show the ps4

DeadlyFire2223d ago (Edited 2223d ago )

I can see Gaikai hub for PSN.

Netflix, Amazon, Hulu. Instant video. No more downloading or streaming.

PSHome set in GaiKai hub. No more waiting for updates or loading times for it. Just drop right in.

Full scale browser usage without lockups on Gaikai.

Potential Full PS3 games on PSVita through Gaikai? A possibility. OnLive scales to phones, tablets, PCs, Macs, Linux and such. Wouldn't be impossible to see similar actions. It would broaden PSVita appeal if so. E3 2013 has alot coming for it.

nrvalleytime2223d ago

For the price Sony paid for Gaikai, it makes sense. It's going to be interesting to see how this turns out.

DivineAssault 2223d ago (Edited 2223d ago )

fffffffffyup.. I can invision a market place without the need to download & install for movies, games, music, & maybe even tv.. Instant viewing.. I know PS4 will have it but im hoping vita & ps3 will get the love too

JAMurida2223d ago

I myself am looking forward to seeing what comes from this.

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