Cloud Gaming

  • Final Fantasy VII’s Shinra Electric Power Company is now a real thing…sort of

    Published at The Gamer Headlines

    Final Fantasy VII’s Shinra company is now a real thing (owned by Square Enix, no less), however it’s not at all what many may expect. At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix revealed “Shinra Technologies,” an upcoming cloud gaming business. As most gamers will notice, Shinra Technologies takes it’s namesake from the Final Fantasy VII‘s Shinra Electric Power Company.

  • Square Enix announces Shinra cloud gaming service

    Published at Gematsu

    Former Square Enix president and CEO heading NY-based company. Square Enix has announced the establishment of Shinra Technologies, a new cloud gaming company headquartered in New York and headed by former Square Enix president and CEO Yoichi Wada.

  • Square Enix Get Into Cloud Gaming with Shinra Technologies

    n3rdabl3 - - 1 readers - Sorry guys, Shinra Technologies isn’t anything to do with Final Fantasy 7 I’m afraid even though I mention “Shinra” and “cloud” in the same sentence. At the Tokyo Game Show today, Square Enix unveiled a brand new cloud gaming effort that they’ve called Shinra Technologies. This follows on from their recent announcement of another cloud gaming service Dive In.
  • Telltale Wants to Use Cloud Gaming to Tell “Bigger, Greater” Stories

    PlayStation LifeStyle - - 2 readers - Telltale Games, which is most known for its critically acclaimed The Walking Dead series, believes that cloud gaming can help to deliver better interactive experiences to players. Speaking at the Cloud Gaming USA conference in San Francisco, Telltale’s co-founder and CEO Dan Connors said that he wants to use the cloud to tell “bigger, greater stories.
  • Project Flare: Square Enix’s Latest Innovation

    The Gamer Headlines - - 1 readers - Square Enix, the masterminds behind the Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Tomb Raider series are out to innovate Cloud gaming. As the Tokyo Game Show date rapidly approaches, Square Enix is looking to reveal all the juicy details about their “technological breakthrough in cloud gaming,” Project Flare. Last year, Square Enix explained that Flare is unlike OnLive or PlayStation Now.

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  • Green Man Gaming and OnLive Announce Partnership

    …Online video game retailer Green Man Gaming and cloud gaming company OnLive have today announced a partnership which allows GMG to be the first official reseller of OnLive’s ‘play anywhere’ subscription bundle. Green Man Gaming have continuously offered gamers the chance to purchase games both DRM free or keys for Steam at pretty competitive low…

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  • Square Enix Get Into Cloud Gaming with Shinra Technologies

    …Sorry guys, Shinra Technologies isn’t anything to do with Final Fantasy 7 I’m afraid even though I mention “Shinra” and “cloud” in the same sentence. At the Tokyo Game Show today, Square Enix unveiled a brand new cloud gaming effort that they’ve called Shinra Technologies. This follows on from their recent announcement of another cloud gaming…

    1 readers - n3rdabl3 - Squares -
  • Square Enix launching Shinra Technologies cloud gaming group

    …Square Enix is launching a new cloud gaming subsidiary led by its former CEO and named after one of its most iconic evil empires. Shinra Technologies, named after the dystopic Shinra Corporation of Final Fantasy 7 and headed by Yoichi Wada, will pursue a new kind of streaming service meant to take advantage of data centers with "thousands" of CPUs…

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  • Square Enix announces Shinra cloud gaming service

    …Former Square Enix president and CEO heading NY-based company. Square Enix has announced the establishment of Shinra Technologies, a new cloud gaming company headquartered in New York and headed by former Square Enix president and CEO Yoichi Wada. Through the company’s “proprietary cloud technologies,” Shinra intents to “change the game industry…

    2 readers - Gematsu - Squares -
  • Project Flare: Square Enix’s Latest Innovation

    …Square Enix, the masterminds behind the Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Tomb Raider series are out to innovate Cloud gaming. As the Tokyo Game Show date rapidly approaches, Square Enix is looking to reveal all the juicy details about their “technological breakthrough in cloud gaming,” Project Flare. Last year, Square Enix explained that Flare…

    1 readers - The Gamer Headlines - Squares -
  • Telltale Wants to Use Cloud Gaming to Tell “Bigger, Greater” Stories

    …Telltale Games, which is most known for its critically acclaimed The Walking Dead series, believes that cloud gaming can help to deliver better interactive experiences to players. Speaking at the Cloud Gaming USA conference in San Francisco, Telltale’s co-founder and CEO Dan Connors said that he wants to use the cloud to tell “bigger, greater…

    2 readers - PlayStation LifeStyle -

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