OnLive Universal Controller to support Nexus 7 tablet soon

OnLive Universal ControllerOne of the selling points of HTC’s Flyer tablet was its ability to play games via OnLive’s cloud game streaming service, and it looks like the Nexus 7 tablet is going to be able just as good when it comes to gaming as well. According to reports online, OnLive is working on making its OnLive Universal Controller functional with the Google tablet. This means that users won’t have to bother using unintuitive touchscreen controls when it comes to playing games on it.

No word on when support will be fully-implemented, but the OnLive team hopes to get it working as soon as possible. How many of you are now thinking about getting an OnLive controller and subscription for your Nexus 7 tablet?

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