01-02-2012, 09:35 AM #1
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OnLive for Tablets Review: Console Gaming On the Go? Discussion
If you're interested in gaming at all, you're probably familiar with OnLive, the cloud gaming service. For those who haven't heard of it, OnLive basically acts as a middleman that allows you to play video games when you don't have the resources, be they the right systems or high enough specs on your gaming PC.
OnLive runs games on its cloud servers and streams them to you through its service, so all you need is a broadband connection and either a computer or one of the "microconsoles" to stream any of the games in its library. Basically, OnLive will handle all the processing and heavy lifting for you, and then stream the games to you from their cloud servers that you can access anywhere.
Now, in addition to computers and TVs equipped with microconsoles, tablets have been added to the list of devices through which you can stream OnLive titles, thanks to a free app that is now available on Android, and soon iOS. Let's have a look at how this new platform for OnLive cloud gaming has turned out.
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01-06-2012, 05:02 PM #2
Re: OnLive for Tablets Review: Console Gaming On the Go? DiscussionOriginally Posted by Grant
It's true, I could use OnLive on my PC, but I don't want to play games in my home office, I want to do it in my living room. My tablet is an ideal option, thanks to OnLive. It lets me get comfortable on my couch for a few hours of gaming.
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