Console Gaming

Tom Clancy's The Division to let mobile players get in on post-apocalyptic console action

The Division is a standard duck-and-cover action game for next-gen consoles with lots of gadgets, skills, progression, and persistent open world player-versus-player, but what's really interesting to us is the mobile element. Players on unnamed tablets will be able to join in the fun as a drone, offering tactical support by way of surveillance, healing, and providing other bonuses.

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Gamepop Android TV game console promises iOS support

Bluestacks' Gamepop console is a work in progress - a video game console you hook up to your TV that will let you play Android games via a subscription service priced at $6.99 per month. Now the developer says it'll work with iOS games too.

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OnLive brings console-quality gaming to the iPad

OnLive, the cloud-based videogame streaming company that lets you play console-quality games on devices that would otherwise slow to a crawl under such pressure, has finally introduced the service to the iPad.

OnLive, Inc., the pioneer of cloud gaming, announced that it is bringing console-class gaming to tablets and phones with the revolutionary OnLive app for tablet and mobile platforms. The latest, top-tier, high-performance games-previously limited to only consoles and computers-will be available for instant play via the free OnLive app on over 500 million mobile devices over Wi-Fi or mobile networks in the US and UK.

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