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OnLive closes down and sells assets to Sony

OnLive will shut its services this month, and has sold some of its assets to PlayStation. Sony has acquired OnLive’s patent portfolio which covers ‘substantial innovations in cloud gaming’. OnLive’s services will continue to operate until April 30th this year, and that includes OnLive’s Game Service, OnLive Desktop and Second …

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Sony didn’t believe PlayStation ‘would ever be a major part’ of its business

PlayStation was viewed extremely negative from large parts of Sony before it launched, Andrew House revealed at Develop Conference today. In a piece that looked back on the history of the PlayStation business, House and Cerny took a trip down memory lane to discuss the origins and growth of the …

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: The House that PlayStation Built

Back in 2011, days before Andrew House moved to Japan to become CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, MCV sat down with him to conduct his final interview as Sony Europe President. The piece looked at the career history of the man who would go on the become the most powerful …

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VIDEO: From Software’s Bloodborne PS4 exclusivity confirmed

Bloodborne will be an exclusive PS4 title, it has been confirmed. The game is indeed a co-production between SCE Japan Studios and From Software. It’s being directed by Demon Souls and Dark Souls guruHidetaka Miyazaki and is due out in spring 2015. Face your fears as you search for answers …

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Ex-Infinity Ward vets take to Kickstarter with To the Death

A pair of indie studios led by a trio of industry veterans have launched a Kickstarter campaign for 2D action side-scroller, To the Death. Representing Scary Monstro, Todd Alderman and Francesco Gigliotti previously served as lead designer and engineer (respectively) at Infinity Ward – specifically on the Call of Duty …

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The Last of Us is UK No.1 for a fourth week

The Last of Us has done what BioShock Infinite and Dead Island: Riptide could not, and that’s score a fourth consecutive No.1 in the UK charts. The horror action game retains its position despite a 46 per cent drop in sales. It was a really slow week for new titles, …

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