Generation: Gamerz Stream PC Games to PS3 and more?

No Comment 32 Views

{tag [News]} {tag [PC]} {tag [PS3]} announced today the release of its free Linux Player,
an application that enables you to play any PC game via a PlayStation 3
running Linux.  Well now that's quite interesting isn't it? But wait, there's more!

 The free StreamMyGame Server enables PC games to
be played remotely by converting the game's video and audio into a Game
Stream and sending it over a home network to a second computer where
you can view and play the game with the free StreamMyGame Player. The
second computer can be a PC, laptop, PS3 or Linux device. The game can
be played on the second computer without any lag and the second
computer does not need to have the game installed.

StreamMyGame Server is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and all
computer games based on Microsoft's DirectX8, DirectX9, DirectX10
including the latest games such as PES 2008 and Crysis and OpenGL

The StreamMyGame Player is compatible with Windows
XP, Vista and Linux with resolutions up to Super HDTV 3200 x 2400.
Compatible Linux installations include Ubuntu and Yellow Dog Linux,
recommended by Sony for the PS3.

StreamMyGame will
extend its services in March 2008 to enable games to be played remotely
over broadband networks that have sufficient capacity such as Verizon's
FiOS, Comcast's Wideband and British Telecom's FTTP. Publishers will be
able to use StreamMyGame to establish Pay-for-Play services to existing
PCs, PS3s and STBs.

"We believe our new Linux player will enable
many new devices to connect to the StreamMyGame service. We would like
to see STBs and DMAs using our technology and we have already begun
development for mobile OS such as Windows Mobile and Android," said

StreamMyGame ia available free by simply registering at

I am going to check this out and let you know what I think later this week. It's an interesting concept and I remember reading about something similar lately but can't remember where that was.

In : PC

About the author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked (required)

What is 2 + 11 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:
IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math.
Trending Now