Rumor: Sony to Bring Cloud-Based PS1/PS2 Games with Gaikai Deal

By   /   Jun 1, 2012


Remember when we reported that Sony was planning to unveil cloud-based gaming at their E3 press conference? As it turns out, the cloud-based company Sony might be dealing with is none other than Gaikai.

Not only that, but according to GameIndustry’s sources, Sony’s deal with Gaikai will allow could-based gaming of PS1 and PS2 classics on the PS3! They’re planning on doing this via streaming solutions and will start with first-party games.

Gaikai, for the most part, has been doing this with active partners in EA, Capcom, Ubisoft and more; although they are doing this on the PC…at least for now.

Now keep in mind, this is still a rumor until actually announced by Sony, let’s hope it rings true.

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