Interested in a cloud service arriving for your PlayStation devices? If you are, rumor has it that come E3, Sony could very well be announcing such a service. According to the folks at VG247, Sony has reportedly struck a deal with either OnLive or Gaikai in order to bring this cloud gaming service onto their PlayStation hardware, although it was not announced if this service would only be for the PlayStation 3 or if it will include the PlayStation Vita handheld gaming console as well.
For those wondering what will this offer them in terms of a gaming experience, basically cloud gaming services will allow users to “stream” games directly without having to deal with a physical copy of the disc, thus letting them to play and stream all sorts of games wherever they are as long as there’s an internet connection. However until Sony steps forward and makes the announcement themselves, we suggest taking this with a grain of salt for now and be sure to check back with us during E3 for the details.
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