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  • Heroes and Zeroes–were my 2011 predictions right?

    At the London Games Conference 2011, I was asked to predict 4 heroes and four zeroes in an era of digital transition. With LGC 2012 just round the corner, where I am going to come up with...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • The digital transition–Who is a hero and who is a Zero

    If you’re reading this as it is posted, I should be taking the stage at the London Games Conference to convince 200 gaming industry bigwigs of the companies that I think are going to be winners or...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Does Gaikai herald another change in Internet infrastructure?

    Gaikai claims to offer near-instantaneous gameplay of high-end games on low-end consumer hardware. Is this trend going to spell the end of the Content Delivery Networks? In the early days of the Internet, bandwidth was limited. As...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Is Gaikai going to enable us to play all our games for free?

    Free seems to be the topic du jour. Chris Anderson’s Free is riding the best-seller charts. And Dave Perry appears to have come out and said that Gaikai enables publishers to give their AAA content away for...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Is Gaikai going to change the way we experience games?

    Another month and another download service for games emerges. But Dave Perry’s Gaikai makes very different claims from those made by OnLive at E3. Gaikai really could have major implications for how we play, pay for and...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Dave Perry showcases Gaikai, his competitor to Onlive

    The battle to be the provider of core games via a web browser is heating up. Dave Perry has just released a 10 minute video that claims to show Gaikai working in a browser using standard home...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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