Cloud Gaming Service
A new cloud gaming consumer service, streaming 360 and PS3 games, is expected next year. A closed beta will start by end of 2011.
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Phil Harrison, former head of Sony’s Worldwide Studios, has predicted the death of physical media and said if Apple continues as it is, it “will be the games industry”.
Expectation says we’re three to four years from the next major console cycle. If cloud gaming has anything to do with it, it may well be the last.
Want to know how Gaikai works or how it will run a game like Mass Effect 2 on a netbook with a “single core Atom CPU”? Engadget has you covered.
Big Dave Perry’s Gaikai game service has raised $5 million in venture capital funding, according to a US SEC filing uncovered by Gamasutra. According to the doc, Mitch Lasky, a former Activision exec and current partner at tech-investment firm Benchmark Capital, is a contributor.
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