Rumor: Sony to announce cloud gaming service at E3

May 24, 2012

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A post on VG247 claims that Sony will announce a new on-demand game streaming service at E3, possibly powered by OnLive or Gaikai. This service would allow players to stream video games directly to their PS3, PlayStation Vita, or both, similar to the way OnLive’s service functions now. No other details are available as of yet, but with E3 right around the corner, and Sony’s penchant for releasing big news at this event, it’s possible this new cloud service might be a revolutionary step forward for console gaming.

Have any predictions or wishes of what to see at E3? Sound off below!

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Jonathan ‘Argus9′ Zisser has been an avid gamer for over 20 years. His early years of playing the NES with his father helped springboard his interest in gaming, and has eventually matured into an avid following for the gaming industry. Studying Computer Engineering at Stony Brook University also gave him insight into the more technical side of video games. A passionate writer as well, Jonathan loves conveying his experiences and opinions by creating engaging articles as often as possible. More often than not, he tries to break down today’s industry and write editorials that make his readers think.

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