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Following Sony's acquisition of the successful cloud-streamed gaming service, the Gaikai website has received an overhaul, and is seemingly offering the first hint of things to come with a stylish gallery of teaser images from prominent console games (via: Forbes).

Among the stills are first-party PlayStation products Killzone, Uncharted, God of War, Little Big Planet, and Infamous, as well as several third party titles such as Metal Gear Rising, Mass Effect 3, and Injustice: Gods Among us.

The design appears to suggest that these games are in the pipeline for the prominent cloud-streaming games service, but just how they will be made available to consumers remains a mystery.

It's technically feasible that Sony could permit these games to be made available on any platform with a network connection and the ability to decode HD video, including PC, tablets and other mobile devices. Although, it's more likely that we'll see the service arriving on PlayStation 3, and Vita first, and probably integrated into the expected next-gen PlayStation platform.




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