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OnLive's flat-rate PlayPack plan is live for all, debuts with 38 games

Joystiq: After a couple of months in beta, OnLive's PlayPack plan, which offers unlimited access to a selection of titles on the service for $10 a month, has officially launched. Saying that "the meteoric growth of Netflix reflects the enormous consumer demand for flat-rate instant-play media," company CEO and founder Steve Perlman made no secret of the company's inspiration for PlayPack when commenting on its official debut.


OnLive extending LG partnership to G3 series televisions

Engadget - Are you way into cloud gaming and own an LG Smart TV of the G3 series variety? You're in luck, as OnLive this morning announced support for that very line of Google TV-powered LG televisions, bringing a library of "over 300 titles" to the platform.

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Is cloud gaming the future?

- TechtheWeek -
Rumors are being thrown around the PS4. With talk of it being a cloud only platform.

Although an unlikely scenario, this concept does put out an interesting point. With broadband getting ever faster, is cloud gaming the future?

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iNFAMOUZ14191d ago

uh no.
people like buying stuff they can touch and see, we work hard for our money, why would we want to technically "RENT" something with that hard earned money??? it could easily dissappear one day due to various issues.

techtheweek4191d ago

I agree with all of those points. But we also know that speed of delivery plays a big part in any type of marketing, gaming or otherwise. Cloud gaming offers (technically) instant access to any game, thats something that could push it into the mainstream. Along with the need for no packaging. I guess we will just have to wait and see what happens.


Samung Plan To Have Console Built Into TVs| AoF Interview

Addict of Fiction have a chat with Onlive and uncover an unexpected exclusive about Samsung!

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Crazay4216d ago

I'm not surprised to see this sort of thing coming to TVs but the concept of cloud gaming doens't sit well with me. I like having the physical media and I like being able to still play in the event of a provider outage. Further to that point, most providers, at least here in Canada, heavily cap their users and streaming HD videogames sure as hell isn't going to do their(users) caps any favors.