Important Message for all IncGamers Readers!

From 26 May this site is no longer being updated. Why? Because we have a new home for PC gaming goodness.

The IncGamers team has now moved to PC Invasion which is all shiny and new.

If you have an IncGamers.com site account it will be active on the new site. Head there now for our welcome post.

Note: All IncGamers content will remain live on this site but the main page will change shortly.

Analyst Predicts OnLive Will Be Widely Adopted

30 Jun 2009 by Paul Younger
Industry analysis firm Wedbush Morgan has stated it expects OnLive to “change the landscape” of gaming.

According to VG247, the company today published a report stating that, following a successful GDC demo of the cloud-based gaming service, onlookers were “blown away” by the technology.

“It is not clear to us that OnLive will dominate any time soon, but we are confident that this breakthrough technology will ultimately be widely adopted,” said the report.

The ultra-low latency system employed by the technology could also appeal to companies with an interest in videoconferencing.

“The possibilities are endless, but the technology is quite appealing, and we are confident that OnLive will end up as part of the video game culture some time next decade.”

Industry analysis firm Wedbush Morgan has stated it expects OnLive to “change the landscape” of gaming.

According to VG247, the company today published a report stating that, following a successful GDC demo of the cloud-based gaming service, onlookers were “blown away” by the technology.

“It is not clear to us that OnLive will dominate any time soon, but we are confident that this breakthrough technology will ultimately be widely adopted,” said the report.

The ultra-low latency system employed by the technology could also appeal to companies with an interest in videoconferencing.

“The possibilities are endless, but the technology is quite appealing, and we are confident that OnLive will end up as part of the video game culture some time next decade.”

Related to this story
    Register an IncGamers account to post comments or use Disqus.
    You can also post via a social network.