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Who needs consoles? PlayStation games on Samsung smart TVs

New Korean manufacturer's new TVs, which will be exposed in about a week at CES, will support the transmission of PS200 games over 3 through the X- Now of Sony

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PlayStation in Smart TV - The beginning of the end for the hardware consoles we know?

What to expect from 2015. In a most welcome step that will bring to the general public the gaming capabilities that until now were restricted to consoles only, Partnering with Sony, Now of the company to pump over the 200 PS3 games straight to the smart TVs Samsung will unveil at the upcoming CES.

These capabilities are enabled without the intervention of a physical console in the environment, and by the natural support of the Internet service (one of many that Samsung supports in its intelligent televisions), which allows direct streaming of the games, with the only requirement of a dualshock controller to be played. According to the cooperation, even smart TVs from the current generation of The United States and Canada will support the PSN service , But information about the supporting models and availability is more accurate than "in the second half of next year" is no longer relevant.

Currently, the PSN service is not available outside of North America, and information about its expansion to other continents (both from natural expansion and from the sale of smart televisions) Around the world supporting the service) is also unknown, but we certainly hope for better improvement and support on this issue. We are very pleased to see the expansion of the PSN service to other manufacturers' TVs (With current support for the company's Bravia TVs), but wider support will need to appear in order for the PSN service to establish itself as a service Of first-rate games in the market. In addition, a change in Sony's rental rental pricing through the PSN service, which has received a lot of high-cost reviews on the issue, will also have to come before the crowds can enjoy it at a price it actually pays to the average consumer (an absurd example is that a certain game rental for 90 A day may cost the user the same amount of money to buy the entire game).

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With the upcoming exhibition, we have a lot to look forward to from 2015, and especially from January (the upcoming Windows 10?). Are they excited about the PSN's implementation of smart television (or at least only because of the lack of support in Israel)?

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  1. It's not much different from a simple Android TV box with Onlive .. I think you can give up ..

  2. It's a good idea that Sony has made it that not only will its TVs with these games also from Samsung buy the games more.
    Question: On what resolution and FPS games will be played?

  3. It would be good if all the games would run FHD 60FPS it would be the minimum that the heaviest games would be like this and the light games might work even more than 2K.

  4. It is beautiful that you are optimistic and think that it will come from the dead to the Holy Land.
    It will not come alive here and I'm willing to put money on it.
    And the people here prefer to keep the option to play OFFLINE on the computer \ console.
    The closest it will come is Europe and it will be very difficult for us to play with 80-90 finches when it is recommended (if I remember correctly) 50 milliseconds.
    In short, there is no point in getting excited.

  5. I think it's less profitable, because there are prices for a few hours and most of it for a month 29 $ And if I want to say after a month to play again in the game? So what will we pay again 29 $? Sounds a little goofy when it's better to buy the game and maximum to sell when you are fed up with half the price.

  6. PS NOW does not work in any way in the country. At least not until they open a service in Europe.
    ONLIVE, on the other hand, works both in Europe and in America.

    It's a shame, but GAIKAI (or whatever it takes) at the time worked better than ONLIVE, and that's the basis for PS NOW.
    But I'm not surprised. Everything Sony has to do with software aims for failure. See FIRMWARE updates for their consoles. One already knocked me PS3. PS4 also had updates issues.

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    [= BarM; 5000246] It is beautiful that you are optimistic and think it will come out of the Holy Land.
    It will not come alive here and I'm willing to put money on it.
    And the people here prefer to keep the option of playing OFFLINE on the computer console.
    The closest it will come is Europe and it will be very difficult for us to play with 80-90 finches when it is recommended (if I remember correctly) 50 milliseconds.
    In short, a
    PS NOW does not work in any way in the country. At least not until they open a service in Europe.
    ONLIVE, on the other hand, works both in Europe and in America.

    It's a shame, but GAIKAI (or whatever it takes) at the time worked better than ONLIVE, and that's the basis for PS NOW.
    But I'm not surprised. Everything Sony has to do with software aims for failure. See FIRMWARE updates for their consoles. One already knocked me PS3. PS4 also had updates issues.

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    It is nice that you are optimistic and think it will come out of the Holy Land. It won't come alive here and I'm willing to put money on it. And the people here prefer to keep the option of playing OFFLINE on the computer console. The closest it will come to this is Europe and it will be very difficult for us to play with 80-90 pings when recommended (if I remember correctly) 50 milliseconds. In short, there is no point in being enthusiastic.

    And you sir, speaking from experience? Experienced on ONLIVE? Experiencing at GAIKAI?

  8.  And you, sir, speak from experience? Have you tried ONLIVE? Have you tried GAIKAI?

    I did not experience ONLIVE and also by the number of times they were closing, I will not try because it is money that will be thrown into the trash,
    And GAIKAI was really bad. No bites unless you're playing a slow game in the genre of TURN BASED.

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