Four popularized Eidos titles have joined the ranks of the cloud-based gaming service, OnLive. The four titles include Just Cause, Hitman: Blood Money, Tomb Raider: Legends and Mini-Ninjas. In addition to the games being available on OnLive the games are also available as part of OnLive’s Playback program.
The OnLive PlayPack beta that allows gamers to play select games for an unlimited amount of time for no additional costs will continue on for two more weeks.
If you have the appropriate connection speeds and fancy having a good time with some high-end games, then now would be the perfect to finish off the year by grabbing a couple of hot titles with up to 75% off their original purchase price.
For those of you looking to get in some game time over the holiday weekend without pouring money into a brand new gaming rig, I think now would be the perfect time to sign up with OnLive.
The latest service app from OnLive is a game viewer for iOS platforms that allows the user to view in-game video or brag clips from other users, which is actually kind of cool.
OnLive announced the unlimited PlayBack beta which has started now and will run up until January 15th, letting gamers get in a gluttony of game time with their favorite titles for free.
THQ reveals the release date for HomeFront, OnLive sets a date for their Console, a top 5 for Left 4 Dead 3 goes online and APB goes free-to-play in 2011.
New details have emerged for the home console version of the first full featured cloud service from OnLive, and it's a lot more reasonable than you might have been anticipating.
The recent newsletter confirms that gamers who want to make their trigger fingers happy can do so with up to 30% off on popular first-person shooter games at OnLive.
News hit the wire letting every gamer out there know that Duke Nukem Forever's demo and Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition will be arriving on OnLive.
The good people behind OnLive have announced that the service will no longer have a base monthly charge, and gamers will be able to access the basic service for free.
It looks like the multiplayer functionality for Kane and Lynch 2 missed its August 31st deadline and will instead become active starting September 14th.
Seems like OnLive forgot to mention a somewhat overly important piece of info when it comes to the features of Kane and Lynch 2 for their service: it's been neutered of multiplayer functionality for now.
OnLive users are going for the win when it comes to Mafia II's launch, as they will be able to access the game early without all the fancy PhysX and Nvidia requirements that is bound to bog down other PC gamers.
Jagged Alliance 3 finally gets announced; OnLive receives pricing, subscription and launch details while Sony unveils the new name for the motion-wand.