Perry: “Almost all publishers” signed with Gaikai

Tuesday, 9th August 2011 10:29 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Gaikai founder Dave Perry has said that nearly all publishers have signed on to Gaikai.

The company has so far to date, however, only announced EA and Capcom as publishing partners. But Perry insisted that a majority of companies have now signed onto the cloud gaming service.

“I would say almost all of the major publishers are actually in contracts with us right now, so we’re making very good progress with them,” he told in an interview.

“It’s a strange situation, it’s kind of surprising but the only way you can place your video game on your own website is through us, there’s no other way to do it.”

Perry also admitted that he has three attorney firms working with Gaikai to sign agreements. The service is currently in a closed beta.



  1. Isegrim

    It is still in closed beta but you try some demos. for example dead space 2 and mass effect 2.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Sorvin

    Having only tried OnLive myself… how does Gaikai compare to that?

    By that I mean is the quality of the streaming the same.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Erthazus

    I tried Onlive and i want to say that i don’t want that future.

    The best thing that Onlive can offer are instant demos, but with this quality i’d better play console quality games.

    #3 3 years ago

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