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Job Listings Indicate Plans To Bring Gaikai To Mobile Devices

Posted on Wednesday, October 10 @ 13:27:40 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


If the news that Gaikai will likely support triple-A PlayStation 3 titles on its cloud-based gaming service wasn't enough to satiate your daily dose of game-streaming news, we've got even more info to share with you on Sony's recently acquired service.

If you head over to the job listings page on Gaikai's website, you'll notice that the company is currently looking for an “Android/Java Programmer”, which can mean only one thing, Gaikai is headed to Android devices. But the fun doesn't end there, as the listing also requires “experience in application development for multiple platforms (iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile)”.

In addition to discovering this news, PSLS uncovered a few photos, one of which features a whole lot of candy as well as a PS Vita version of Rayman Origins. Behold.



Gaikai support for Vita confirmed? Well... not really, but maybe.
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