The electronics giant LG in partnership with Ubitus introduced a universe of games in its smart TVs. Among these latest games are such gems as Devil May Cry 4 and Dead Rising 2.
Both LG and Ubitus have announced at the E3 event that they will introduce a cloud gaming facility for smart TVs. Those people in the United States who purchase smart TVs can enjoy a lot of good gaming experiences on them. The GameNow feature converts your LG smart TV into a gaming console that affords you many moments of stimulating pleasure. This facility was not available on television sets till now. Now there will be no more snags and hitches such as loading and disc installation are necessary since the television itself gives you the full cloud gaming experience under one roof.
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Through video games on demand feature, consumers can now easily play famous high-end console games like 'Street Fighter X Tekken' and 'Batman: Arkham City' on TV especially in their newest versions. This is an attempt at providing the most superb entertainment experience within the confines of your residence. Now enthusiastic gamers can enjoy the best of the best without resorting to a console. The CEO of Ubitus, Wesley Kuo spoke of how he was thrilled to be working in tandem with LG. He assured the press that gamers will be able to effortlessly use the facility.
As a giant South Korean tech company, LG has always looked ahead into the future times for its innovative models. When it decided to get together with Ubitus and put two and two together there was a reason behind the whole operation. They wanted to come up with a solution to the general issue of gamers having to buy consoles in order to play their favorite action videos.
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Ubitus being a global king in matters of cloud gaming has helped LG in its path. The two chose the E3 event as the proper venue for the delivery of the good news to the entire world. Although there is some negative speculation concerning the LG smart TV (that it won’t measure up to Xbox One or PS4) something is better than nothing. The whole program was started to benefit those freaky gamers who can’t resist a bit of extra-sensory spiciness. If the quality doesn’t match the real thing, the question ought to be that so what? Nothing is perfect and one must make do with what one has.