In early October this year, the specifications and pricing details of the Mad Catz MOJO were revealed, and we also did hear about a potential PC streaming feature which should arrive in due time shortly after launch. Well, apparently, it might actually be powered by NVIDIA’s GameStream technology.
According to Alex Verrey, Mad Catz’ Global PR Director, “We’re talking to NVIDIA and we hope to enable GameStream soon after the launch of the console.” At this point in time, the technology remains available exclusively on NVIDIA’s very own Shield handheld. Should the Mad Catz deal happen to work out fine and dandy, then it would have the honor of being the first appearance of GameStream on a third party device, which is something worth thinking about. Verrey did stop short of confirming the partnership, but they did suggest that the company could also be on the lookout for another platforms. After all, he also did say, “We’re also very excited for Steam and we look at all these opportunities with interest.”
What do you think of it all? What happens when Mad Catz MOJO would run on NVIDIA’s GameStream technology, will it be able to sell a whole lot more consoles then?
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