Larry Gadea, an OnLive gamer, posted a blog update on April 12 detailing how to create your own gaming cloud service. This comes on the heels of OnLive's announcement that it will be ending its service on April 30.
Likely closing down due a lack of users and an attractive buyout option from Sony, OnLive will be closing down at the end of the month while Sony acquires patents that could impact the company's PlayStation Now service.
OnLive, the streaming video game microconsole, is launching a new unlimited game streaming service for $9.99 a month. It will launch with 14 games.
Microsoft seeks OnLive staff. Streaming video game service will be a key battleground for Sony and Microsoft in the next console generation.
OnLive offers a free MicroConsole and bonus game with the purchase of THQ's upcoming first-person shooter, Homefront.
The unique new cloud-based gaming service will go live June 17, allowing gamers with anemic hardware to enjoy modern titles.