Sony Now Owns the Best Cloud Gaming Service Available

Sony has had a history this generation of dropping the ball when it comes to all of their business endeavors. But today, at long last, it seems someone over at Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) has gotten their ducks in a row.

And one of those ducks just so happens to go by the name of Gaikai; Gaikai is an online game streaming service similar to that of OnLive. Except Gaikai has a broader selection of games to choose from and is more stable than OnLive.

Sony managed to pull off this deal for cool 380 million USD, which inevitably would help them establish their move into a cloud based service, that will provide users with truly innovative and immersive interactive entertainment experiences.

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