Some titles they currently offer include Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Batman: Arkham City, and and Lord of the Rings: War of the North. Playing these games over such portable devices almost seems impossible, and OnLive’s release will soon make it a normal feat. Of course, you may want to make sure you have a solid Internet connection before buying into their technology – because with spotty reception it’s not worth it.
The OnLive controller is now compatible with tablets, so it will be easy to play these games practically anywhere – from your couch at home to inside your local Starbucks. Even better, the application offers on-screen controls as well. The real task now is to beef up their gaming library; 25 titles is nice, but growth is essential to their success. Even adding some popular MMO’s (Massive Multiplayer Online) like World of Warcraft would really put a spike in their sales. Such games usually require a large amount of disk space and would greatly benefit from OnLive’s cloud access and portability.