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OnLive’s CloudLift service will let you play Steam games on any device

Onlive has launched CloudLift, a new cloud gaming service to play PC games downloaded from any digital store – starting wth Valve’s Steam – on any device.

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Pc Gaming headlines

  • GameFly PC now in open beta

    GameFly announced today that its PC service (powered by their acquisition of Direct2Drive) has entered open beta today. Along with selling digital copies of PC games, the service also includes an Unlimited PC Play section with hundreds of games to choose from.

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  • Amiga brand resurrected as high-end PCs

    US tech company Commodore USA is planning to bring back the Amiga as a new brand of high-end PC. They currently have three different models planned that will be suitable for a range of different users.

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  • Microsoft plans to support PC gaming more, but so must other publishers

    Microsoft has reiterated its stance on supporting PC gamers, and has hit back at those who say it’s not doing enough by stating it’s also first-publisher’s responsibility as well.

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  • Microsoft has "vested interest" in using PC as a first party platform

    An internal Q&A document from Microsoft has surfaced, and in it the company asks itself whether or not it has fulfilled its promise of releasing first-party PC titles to the consumer.

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  • American McGee's Grimm: Volume 3 will be the last of the series

    America McGee’s Grimm: Volume 3 will be the last in the point and click adventure, says GameTap. The online gaming site is celebrating the series upcoming February 12 release by making all episodes of Volume 2 free to play this weekend. So, if you want to step into the shoes of the naughty troll Grimm […]

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  • Flash games are reinventing PC, says Molyneux

    Speaking here, Lionhead boss Peter Molyneux has said that the rise in Flash gaming on PC is reinventing the platform, and that the slowing in frequency of blockbuster PC titles is “sad”. “I think the PC is just reinventing itself,” he said. “It’s being owned more and more by casual gamers, who are playing games […]

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  • Sweeney: "PCs are good for anything, just not games."

    Epic really needs to sort its message out. Tim Sweeney, the developer’s tech boss, has gone on the record to say that PC gaming has been outpaced by consoles. “Consoles have definitely left PC games behind,” he said, adding, “PCs are good for anything, just not games.” His comments echo Gears of War designer CliffyB’s […]

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  • Rein laughs off CliffyB comments about PC gaming's "disarray"

    According to this, Epic boss Mark Rein thinks that Gears of War 2 leads Cliff Bleszinski’s recent claim that PC gaming is in “disarray” was a bit of a laugh. You know, because Epic makes PC games, and everything. “Cliff’s an idiot!” he said. “I’m kidding, obviously.” Rein added: “Hey, Cliff is Cliff, and he’s […]

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  • Bleszinski: PC is in disarray

    Epic’s Cliff Bleszinski, not known for keeping his mouth especially shut, has laid the developer’s cards on the table in terms of priorities and voiced an opinion many see as the elephant in gaming’s room: that PC gaming is in a complete mess. “I think people would rather make a game that sells 4.5 million […]

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