Cloud Gaming

  • OnLive brings free game play to Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    … Part of Galaxy Gift package5 minutes ago - 10:00 AM on 10.16.20140 Cloud gaming service OnLive has partnered with Samsung to bring streaming games to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users for free for three months as a part of a new Galaxy Gift package. This means that PC and console games from OnLive's PlayPack bundle can be streamed right to that big ol…

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  • Is the cloud the future of console gaming? The verdict is still out.

    … the future of consoles is in the cloud? Ah the cloud! Just the mention of the word sends a spark of confusion and even fear in the hearts of many gamers, especially those who are afraid of change. However myself like others believe that the future of console gaming lies in the cloud. Sure there have been many bumps in the road for cloud gaming…

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  • Former Square Enix Honcho Talks about Cloud Gaming's Future

    … Last month, Former Square Enix top man Yoichi Wada announced that he would be helming a new company named "Shinra Technologies." No, they're not going to try to drain the planet of its life force to use as energy. Yet. This is Shinra Technologies. It's Square Enix's new venture into cloud gaming, headed up…Read moreRead on In an interview…

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  • Top 5 Smartphones For Gamers

    … will be able to install multiple game applications for their phones. Therefore, you can select any game from your collection, whether classic, free or new games. For these smartphones, users will also get to experience in the cloud gaming community that is increasing. HTC’s One M8 The HTC smartphone has impressive graphics to give to their games…

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  • Green Man Gaming and OnLive Announce Partnership

    … 250 games to play anywhere at any time thanks to the power of the cloud. Hell, even your Gran’s old Windows XP computer will be able to play Saint’s Row IV, Darksiders II, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and GRiD Autosport for example. “Our core mission is to always go beyond a sale,” said Paul Sulyok, CEO at Green Man Gaming. “Offering our customers…

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  • Square Enix Get Into Cloud Gaming with Shinra Technologies

    …, and will become the hub of a high-end cloud community for gamers.” What Square Enix do hope to offer with Shinra Technologies is for developers such as Ubisoft – who has been named as one of the partners – can take Shinra Technologies’ original architecture to provide them with the power of a “virtual supercomputer” to offer processing speeds currently…

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  • 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…

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  • Square Enix announces Shinra cloud gaming service

    … for gamers.” Shinra says its “virtual supercomputer” technology enables experiences not possible on PC or game consoles. Negotiations are currently underway with “best-in-class developers worldwide” on Shrina projects, including Ubisoft. Content lineups and service requirements, as well as further details on today’s announced beta test, will be delivered at a later date. Visit Shinra’s official website here. …

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  • 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…

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