OnLive was reportedly sold for roughly $5 million to venture capital firm

OnLive was reportedly sold for roughly $5 million to venture capital firm

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New Even though weeks have passed since that well-documented OnLive kerfuffle took place, where unfortunate layoffs and the formation of a "new company" were at the forefront of it all, previously unknown details are still coming out of the woodwork. According to Mercury News, the once-promising cloud gaming outfit was...
OnLive was reportedly sold for roughly $5 million to venture capital firm
                       

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