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  • Blog Post: AMD Announces Graphics Cards Designed For Cloud Gaming

    During a press conference at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, graphics card developer AMD reiterated its commitment to the gaming market and then announced the Sky Series line of graphics cards specifically designed to play games off the cloud. AMD actually announced three... More
  • Blog Post: No More Heroes Creator Suda 51 Is Horny For PlayStation 4

    In a recent column for the Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu , Grasshopper Manufacture's enigmatic Suda 51 expressed his...considerable enthusiasm...for Sony's PlayStation 4 console. Edge translated some of Suda 51's comments in the article, in which he extolled the PS4's cloud gaming... More
  • Blog Post: Top Developers React To PlayStation 4

    Every new console causes excitement among gamers with promises of better graphics, more complex gaming experiences, and new functionality. However, it's often the opinions of the developers who make the games we play that really matter. Any system must court the world's best development talent... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 May Allow Cross Platform Gameplay With Phones

    The new PlayStation may offer gamers a chance to try out cloud-streaming technology, allowing developers to run software on server systems and stream it off the internet. Kazuo Hirai, Sony Chief Executive, took lead in a deal to purchase Gaikai Inc., the game in development using the new “cloud... More
  • Blog Post: Retail Will Continue To Be Important For Sony's Next Console

    With its purchase of Gaikai Inc., a cloud-based gaming company , Sony is clearly thinking about the future and online digital distribution. But that doesn't mean Sony is ready to abandon the retail market. Sony Computer Entertainment UK boss Fergal Gara acknowledged that the retail market has seen... More
  • Blog Post: Samsung To Launch Its Own Cloud Gaming Service

    Today at E3, Samsung announced that it will be teaming up with Gaikai to launch its own U.S. cloud gaming service on Samsung smart TVs. The service, called Samsung Cloud Gaming, will be available to people who own a 2012 Samsung LED 7000 series or better smart TV, and offers users the chance to try games... More
  • Blog Post: Cloud Gaming Company Predicts Sony Or Microsoft Will Not Have A Next-Gen Console

    Yesterday Sony shot down persistent rumors that the PlayStation 4 will be debuting at E3 later this year. Now a representative of cloud gaming company Gaikai is saying that the truth about the next generation of gaming consoles could be even more shocking. Industry Gamers reports that Gaikai chief product... More
  • Blog Post: OnLive: Hands On With The Service And The System

    Last week, new details about the price and availability of the OnLive microconsole came to light . With the system shipping out on December 2 for a reasonable $99, you may be wondering if it’s worth the minimal entry fee. I’ve been playing around with the microconsole for the past couple... More
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