Thursday, July 24, 2014
Gaikai Inviting Journalists To E3 Event, To Bring News That’ll “Change The Future Of Videogames”

Gaikai Inviting Journalists To E3 Event, To Bring News That’ll “Change The Future Of Videogames”

Rumor has it Sony’s in the final stages of acquiring either Onlive or Gaikai, it’s now become abundantly clear which company the firm will buy. E3 is gotten a whole lot more interesting.

Gaikai is inviting journalists to come cover its E3 presser because of news it’s harboring that could “change the future of videogames”.

“Gaikai has some major announcements in store for E3 that have the potential to change the future of video games, game consoles and how we play,” said the invite.

Sony’s E3 press conference happens on Monday evening at 6pm PST (Tuesday at 2am BST).

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  • Ghost250

    something tells me this is not gonna go good. i mean sony has been screwing up a lot lately when they try to introduce something new

    - 3D
    - PS Move
    - Vita

    i think they should have quit while they were ahead and just focused on the PS3, i mean the PS3 is pulling in bank why invest more money right now when your not financially stable. i honestly don’t get sony sometimes

  • whyandwhatfor

    Agreed Ghost. I think it might be a nice addition to the PS3 should Gaikai be acquired, but I have a feeling they are going to push and push and put most of their focus on something like that instead of focusing on what originally made the Playstation brand great: core games and stability.

  • benzo

    We will just have to see what Sony has instore. But they have announced a bunch of games the past few weeks,so as a PS3/Vita owner I’m happy and E3 not here yet.

    GT and EG….check this out…

    http://blog.us.playstation.com/2012/05/31/sports-champions-2-picks-up-playstation-move-this-fall/

  • Joshua Tompkins

    I think the whole purchase of the company is to help present a new, faster way to play their games. I do not think that they are going to focus less on making games, but more. Using this service, you will be able to access the game as soon as you buy it and not have to wait hours on end to download it, and it will save you tons of hard drive space. I do not think the focus will move to that because I believe the reason they are purchasing it is so that they can put more focus on getting the games to you faster and using less space on your hard drive. It will give a great boost to their digital market.

  • nick

    only $ony would spend millions on a service 0.00000000000000000000000000000000001% of their customer base could use!
    this is EXACTLY why the companies stock is at a all time low!
    stupid decisions like this!
    i always said the departure of father ken would be the death of the company!
    however they did not have to prove it to me…………………

  • http://www.gamesthirst.com Ernice Gilbert

    @All: Give it a chance, folks. We haven’t heard the strategy that will be employed. Let’s just wait and see…. by the way, our E3 coverage post goes live today. It’ll be another mental week, next week.

  • nick

    wait and see for what?
    $ony are going to be paying for the ISP charges so customers can use it are they?
    nothing to wait for, the simple fact of the matter is 99.9999999999999999999999999999999999% of the worlds population just does not have the facilities required for these types of services!
    hell, here in AU you cant get it AT ALL!
    not its too expensive, no one offers a bandwidth high enough to use it.
    to be able to use this you need ADSL2 minimum, australias networks only go up to ADSL!
    and 86% of the country only has access to cable!
    as i said before as usual $ony is wasting their time and money on A something most people wont use, and B most people CANT use!
    and they wonder why their stock is at a all time low………..