Sony’s Dive In takes game streaming to iOS and Android

Sony has been heavily investing in game streaming starting with its acquisition of streaming experts Gaikai back in 2012. From that venture, PlayStation Now was born, a service that aimed to make older but popular titles, especially those from the PS3 shelves, available for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita via streaming. Now it’s mobile’s turn to get that same functionality, but in a limited and rather pricey way. Dive In is a subscription service in almost every sense, more than the monthly or annual flat fees you usually associate with the word. In a system that might call to mind token-based arcades of old, how much time you get to play a title depends on how much money you are willing to feed into it on a regular basis. […] Unfortunately for those outside of Japan, this service will only be available to Sony’s home country and there is no word yet on an international launch. Dive In will be open for business starting October 9. – JC Torres,SlashGear
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