Sony is buying OnLive’s patents as the game streaming platform prepares to shutter April 30


When OnLive, a game streaming platform, first hit the market, it was hailed as the future of gaming. It could allow you to play virtually any game, even on underpowered computers, so long as you had a decent enough internet connection. Unfortunately, it wasn’t able to gain the traction it once hoped for. As TechCrunch reports, the company is preparing to shut down on April 30. No new sign ups will be accepted after today, and current subscribers will have any charges since March 28 refunded. Sony, meanwhile, has been busy buying up the company’s intellectual properties, including over 140…

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