EA, Ubisoft, Take-Two, Atari, Eidos, Codemasters, THQ and Warner Bros. have all pledged support for ambitious game-streaming service OnLive.
Revealed at GDC and due out later this year, OnLive promises to allow users to play high-end games on TVs and entry-level Macs and PCs without using their hardware to power the experience.
That computing will be handled by a machine users connect to and control remotely. The only limit on resolution quality will be internet connection speed.
StreamMyGame announced a similar service at the end of 2007, and supports game-streaming for Call of Duty 4, World of Warcraft, EVE Online and more.