The lights are on
Taiwanese cloud gaming company Ubitus is set to deliver console and MMO titles to Google TV.
Any smart TVs or set-top boxes with Google TV can access games from Ubitus. According to Engadget, promo material for the announcement shows Resident Evil 5, Lost Planet 2, and Super Street Fighter IV, but it's unknown at this time which games and publishers Ubitus has deals with – and whether there will be any content difference when it debuts in North America.
Ubitus says that gamers across different Google TV-enabled devices will get to play with/against each other, and that there will be some social media integration.
The company will be showing off its service this week at CES.
Correction: The original story stated that Ubitus was a Japanese company. This is incorrect. It is Taiwanese. We apologize for the error.
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That's tight, lost planet 2 is fun
Sounds interesting enough. Wonder if this will catch on. I hear pretty good things about Google-TV.
Yet another thing I dont want to play/and or can't.*sigh*
Actually, this could be really great, if done right. I like the sound of this.
well, this is pretty sweet.
HaHa thats awesome, cloud gaming/Cloud storage is starting to get big.
If I had a Google T.V. and no console or a good gaming PC I would totally check this out.
google TV really see japan lucky