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  Next PlayStation to use Gaikai to stream PS3 games - console
(hx) 04:57 AM EST - Feb,17 2013
The next PlayStation, widely expected to be unveiled at an event in New York City on Feb. 20, will reportedly stream PlayStation 3 games, according to the Wall Street Journal. Current generation PS3 games will be streamed over the internet using technology developed by Gaikai, which Sony acquired last year in a $380 million purchase, according to the Journal. The report backs up similar rumors from 2012, which said that Sony was planning on achieving backward compatibility for the PS4 through a cloud-based streaming service. How Sony plans to charge for streamed games remains unclear," WSJ notes, pointing out the significant cost of offering game streaming services. Could PlayStation Plus come into play? Will players be able to stream games they already own on Blu-ray? How about PlayStation Network titles? We will see...

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