Guest Post But is cloud gaming for Android even possible?
Square Enix is teaming up with Ubisoft and other partners to provide content for a new cloud gaming technology.
The Ouya’s future looks cloudy — and may come in a variety of consoles.
Editor’s Pick Rich Hilleman, chief creative director at Electronic Arts, thinks players should be able to skip to the ending.
I don’t think it’s time yet to write off the cloud and search for the next hot thing. The cloud seems inevitable.
Players can play titles like Lego Batman 2 without any extra hardware.
Editor’s Pick One aspect of the new Xbox One really gets me fired up: Game developers should now be able to use Microsoft Azure’s cloud computing platform to make games more powerful than ever.
The cloud-streaming game company offers new options to its customers.
OnLive’s new owner says in a post that the cloud gaming company once again has forward momentum.
The deal shows that OnLive is still evangelizing cloud gaming.
Editor’s Pick We weigh the disappointments and the triumphs of Sony’s big reveal.
G-cluster’s brings cloud gaming to your TV by plugging its small machine into your HDMI port.
The Agawi platform lets developers set up their own mobile apps that can play PC-based Flash games.
Some people are unable to access their save games on Xbox Live’s cloud storage.
2012 went by fast. Here are the trends that mattered in gaming.
Some LG Smart TV owners can now play console-quality games without a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.
We saw separate but wonderful visions of the game industry this week in a series of cool events.
Playcast Media has allied itself with Nvidia and cable TV set-top box makers Cisco and others to bring cloud gaming to the masses.
Look for Agawi to provide streamed games to Windows 8 devices in the not-so-distant future.
Microsoft is courting former OnLive employees with a networking mixer just for them.
Editor’s Pick Steve Perlman has become the King Lear of gaming. But does he have another act?
HTC announced this morning that it would lose $40 million due to OnLive’s restructuring, but it’s also pumping money into an enterprise app platform.
Editor’s Pick After a wave of criticism about how it treated its employees, OnLive reveals more details about its recent sale to a new owner.
The company doesn’t disclose who has bought it, but it does confirm that all of its products will continue and that service won’t be interrupted by the sale.
Sony signs up new partners to expand PlayStation Mobile games to tablets that don’t carry the Japanese media giant’s name.
In part two of our interview with Wikipad’s James Bower and Fraser Townley, we learn more about this new Android tablet/game console and how they view the market, Windows 8, and Ouya.
OnLive is launching its cloud gaming service in Belgium as part of its partnership with Belgacom, the largest telecommunications company in the European nation.
OnLive says its focus is “to make the highest quality gaming accessible to everyone, anywhere, and anytime they want it.”
Playcast and cable operator CJ Hellovision to take cloud gaming service to South Korea (exclusive).
Crossing over from an existing market to an emerging one is what our GameBeat 2012 conference is all about. We’re seeing this trend play out in every segment of games.
Samsung plans to enter the game business through a cloud-gaming service that is powered by game-streaming startup Gaikai.
Numecent, a startup with an interesting new cloud technology for digital delivery, is spinning out Approxy as a new cloud-gaming startup. While Numecent will focus on the larger cloud computing opportunity, Approxy will focus on delivering instant-play high-definition games delivered to users from the cloud, or web-connected data centers.
Game streaming is taking a step into the European market today. Playcast Media Systems is announcing that Bouygues Telecom will launch a cloud gaming service on Internet-TV set-top boxes in France.
LG Electronics and Gaikai are teaming up to bring an integrated cloud gaming service to LG Cinema 3D TVs in 2012.
We all know how worthless predictions can be, but they’re kind of irresistible. They’re easy to make, particularly if nobody pays attention to whether they came true or not. I could come up with a lot of crazy forecasts, like Zynga buys Ubisoft. But I’ll try to stay real this year. If you have some ideas of your own, please leave them in the comments and take our poll at the end.