In an article about what to expect from E3 2012, VG27 may have just revealed an interesting bit of news, that being a partnership with Sony and a cloud-gaming service.
Big core games on the small screen will be a focus for Sony this year, but, again, expect solidity rather than megatonnage. You may well be blown away by what’s on show, but it’s doubtful you’re going to be too shocked by any of the announcements.
Apart from the partnership deal between PlayStation and a leading cloud gaming service, obviously.
That's not it either. There have been hints given out by a Playstation Plus content manager and a journalist at Eurogamer.
And now there's a translation of a quote in a Gaiki invitation.
http://www.gameblog....deo-chez-gaikaiGaikai has major announcements for E3, which has the potential to change the future of video game, the game consoles and the way in which we play.
This all seems to point to a partnership between Gaikai (think Onlive) and Sony for game streaming support for PS+ subscribers. If you have a solid internet connection, streaming full console titles onto a Vita would be pretty awesome. Or even playing Sony titles with Gaikai on other devices with internet access!