OnLive is a company offering a cloud gaming platform and a cloud desktop system. Both offerings are synchronized, rendered, and stored on remote servers and delivered via the Internet.The gaming platform is available using the OnLive Game System, PCs running Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Intel-based Macs with Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, Android devices and iOS devices. Since the games are rendered on OnLive's servers, a low-end computer may be used to play any kind of game as long as it is able to play video. For that reason, the service is being seen as a competitor for the console market. All games on the service are available in 720p format.
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    • Sonic Generations now available on OnLive

      SEGA has been celebrating the release of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and Shattered Crystal with deals on past Sonic games on the PlayStation and Xbox Stores the past couple weeks. Unfortunately, if you don’t have one of those consoles, you’ve been out of luck, but OnLive has just announced Sonic ...

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    • Gauntlet comes to OnLive, playable on Mad Catz MOJO console

      Details Published on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 12:15 Written by AndrewH The classic arcade game Gauntlet has arrived onto OnLive but in its new revamped form which is the same game recently released for PC (available on Steam). If you happen to own a MOJO game console from Mad Catz, or any other Android console that features OnLive on it, you can also play this game on it as well.

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  • Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2015 – Review (PS4, Xbox One)

    …. So much so that there’s a steady flow of copies starting to build up at the local CEX as people part ways early. Pro Evolution Soccer kind of suffered the same fate when the now old gen took pride of place. Losing it’s identity in the emerging market, PES tried to change in what made it great and in doing so lost itself as a title. Last year…

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  • Plants Versus Zombies Garden Warfare Now Available For Free On EA Access

    … I know I’m a bit late to the game when it comes to playing Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, but everything I’ve seen and heard about this games has been good. In an effort to entice gamers to join in the new EA Access subscription service, Electronic Arts has pooled their resources to offer this rated ’E for Everyone’ online shooter…

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  • Green Man Gaming kicks off Halloween with gamer trick or treats

    … Green Man Gaming, the headline sponsors of this year's Golden Joystick awards has announced a raft of trick or treats to kick off a special Halloween promotion on its service. What lurks within their Halloween goody bag? Well, just like the traditional bags circulated at the festival of ghosts, ghoulies and things that go bump in the night…

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  • 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.

    … It’s not new to anyone that there has been major discussions on the current status of console gaming and wither not if we’ll see another generation of consoles, or at least another generation of consoles as we know them. Right now we have the PlayStation 4/Xbox One and yes even the Wii U, it’s still a next-generation system regardless on how…

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  • PS Now To Launch On PS TV and Vita Oct. 14th

    …, or as high as $50 for 90 days. Although, some people within Sony are speculating when the service is out of Beta, they’ll have a monthly subscription in place. I do want to go back to how reliable the service is. Again, most people agree that the service works quite well on the PS4, providing the console is hardwired into the user’s broadband modem…

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  • Weekend PC download deals: Steam offers the Paradox catalog and more

    … The Banner Saga [Steam] - $9.99 (50% off) Get 10% off of EVE Online PLEX. Bundle Stars Pay $3.49 for Colossal Kaiju Combat: Kaijuland Battles, Freaking Meatbags, Fancy Skulls, Steam Bandits: Outpost, Infinite Space II: Sea of Stars, and Dreaming Sarah. All of these are Steam Early Access titles. Or pay $3.99 for S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Clear Sky, Depth…

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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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  • Microsoft Rumored To Be Working On A Game Streaming Service

    … thing that probably is the main reason why the OnLive game streaming service didn’t take off when it was released, lag. With Microsoft’s massive cloud server network that was said to be the heart of Titanfall’s cloud processing success, there are already signs that something from Microsoft could definitely be coming soon. As we continue to see…

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  • Microsoft want to stream Xbox games through your browser

    …. This news comes exactly one year after Microsoft showed off a tech demo of Halo 4 running from a cloud server, then known as ‘Project Outtatime’. Though Microsoft isn’t the first to offer cloud streaming games, Onlive beat them to the punch by a few years, this project seems to have plenty more potential than the struggling service. More on this potentially exciting stuff when it develops. The post Microsoft want to stream Xbox games through your browser appeared first on The Gamer Headlines. …

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  • Microsoft 'testing Xbox cloud streaming', report claims

    …, the service could offer "the full 360 experience", including the Xbox 360 dashboard, on a PC by streaming it in a similar way to PlayStation Now or OnLive. The source also claims this is not restricted to Internet Explorer and has also been tested on Google Chrome. Furthermore, it is claimed that Microsoft is using speculation technology to reduce…

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  • OnLive now on Mad Catz M.O.J.O. android

    … OnLive, the leader in cloud gaming, and Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. today announced completing joint development to optimize OnLive’s Android app for the Mad Catz M.O.J.O. micro-console for Android. Using the updated OnLive Android app (available to download free from the Google Play store), the Mad Catz M.O.J.O. micro-console for Android can…

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  • Ouya Gets AAA Games Through Cloud Gaming

    … with Playcast Media, another company that has promised to bring forth the wonderful world of cloud gaming. Using Amazon Web Services, a few AAA titles are already available to play on the Ouya in Open Beta. They are free right now but I imagine they won’t stay free for too long. Ouya gamers can play Lego Batman, Lego Harry Potter, Sonic Generations…

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