Yep. I heard it a couple of days ago. I'm not familiar with cloud gaming, but I guess it could prove benefitial to Sony at E3.
Thing is, most users aren't able to use cloud gaming because of Internet caps.
So recently I heard a rumor that Sony is partnering with a cloud gaming service either Gaikai or Onlive to get cloud gaming on their consoles.Which would probably be the biggest news for me at E3 because i am a huge proponent of cloud gaming
I wonder how many of those who are supporters of cloud gaming, are going to react when they kill the used game market in the process?
I really do think that cloud gaming is a pipe dream. Yes, many "gamers" are enamored with it because they believe it's future tech, but with cable companies like Comcast wanting to cap bandwidth and charge for usage, it may not prove to be viable, or even cost effective.
well i always think sony has the most to show off when it comes to e3 but the problem is that their products dont usually live up to the hype
Sony definitely won me over Microsoft.