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Gaikai Registers "PlayStation Cloud" Domains

Posted on Tuesday, February 19 @ 14:19:46 PST by Alex_Osborn

It appears that Sony's recent acquisition of Gaikai may end up playing a major role in the next-generation of gaming, as the cloud gaming service has registered several domains bearing the "PlayStation Cloud" name.

On February 15th, Gaikai registered,, and, which certainly strengthens prior assumptions that the PlayStation 4 will feature cloud gaming in a big way. 

Sony is set to rock the gaming world tomorrow with a massive event that will most likely pull back the curtain on the PS4. Hopefully we'll also hear a bit about how this cloud gaming service will be integrated into Sony's future strategy. Is there anything in particular that you hope to see from "PlayStation Cloud?" A fully streamable back catalog perhaps? Let us know in the comments below.

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