Comcast tests streaming games to your cable box

Comcast tests streaming games to your cable box

Not happy with simply launching its Stream video service this week, Comcast announced the start of a beta test for Xfinity Games. A partnership with Electronic Arts (confirming Reuters rumor from last year), it’s not going to compete with PlayStation and Xbox, but is closer to what Roku, Amazon and Android are already doing for TV gaming. At least for now, the games offered are older and mobile-versions of games like Plants vs Zombies, Real Racing 2 or FIFA 13. There’s not a connection for a standard gamepad, so players control them with phones and tablets (right now the list appears to cover iOS, and mainly Samsung Galaxy phones/tablets on the Android side). The main requirement? Comcast’s X1 TV platform, so if you have it you can sign up to be a beta tester here. X1 isn’t ready to be a powerhouse gaming platform yet approaching the level of OnLive or PlayStation Now, but with this and home automation add-ons, it’s clear we’re not the only ones thinking of the cable box as a the center of your connected home. Now, let’s see if we can get Yu Suzuki to launch a Sega Channel Kickstarter.

Comcast tests streaming games to your cable box

Hide Comments

Scientific Atlanta

Sega Channel

  • Key specs

  • Reviews 0

  • Prices
  • Discussions
  • Game format
  • Controller type
  • Video outputs
    Antenna / RF
  • Discontinued

see all specs

There are not any reviews for this product yet.

Why not be the first to write one?

Get better reviews from people who actually have this product!

write a reviewsee all reviews →

  1. 20

    Comcast tests streaming games to your cable box

    Forget next gen, I want Sega

Talk about the Scientific Atlanta Sega Channel with other people who own it too!

start a discussion

see all discussions →

This article is automatically posted by WP-AutoPost Plugin

Source URL:

pallet nhựa
nhà hàng tiệc cưới ngọc trâm