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Gaikai Website Hints At Triple-A PS3 Titles Heading To Sony's Cloud Service

Posted on Wednesday, October 10 @ 12:48:31 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Sony purchased Gaikai earlier this year, taking the gaming world by surprise (sort of). Any one who is even relatively informed on the industry knows that cloud-based gaming is where we're headed, so Sony's decision to acquire one of the major players in this realm seems like a logical move. However, that doesn't change the fact that we still don't have the slightest idea how this will be incorporated into the PlayStation platform.

Fortunately, it looks like Gaikai just couldn't keep their plans a secret any longer.

Over on the newly redesigned Gaikai website (first spotted by PlayStation LifeStyle) you'll notice that a number of big-budget PS3 titles are pictured on nearly every page of the site within small rectangular panels. Does this mean that Gaikai's cloud streaming library will include most of Sony's hot console titles? It sure looks that way.

Loads of franchises are represented here, indicating that there will be plenty of support once Sony's cloud initiative finally kicks off. The company has yet to blow the lid off of their official plans, but promises to provide details soon.
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