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The announcement that Gaikai had prepared for the event in Los Angeles was revealed today in the form of a partnership with the Machinima YouTube channel. The partnership allows the Gaikai provide the videos in your channel cloud gaming service. With an audience of 168 million worldwide, the video Machinima are another plus point for Gaikai and cloud gaming. Although clarify what it is about the ad, one question remained unanswered. And then the agreement between Sony and Gaikai appointed by rumors before E3? David Perry made it clear that such an agreement ever existed. The rumors abound that the agreement would make possible the return of backwards compatibility with PlayStation 2 to PlayStation 3, shaped cloud gaming. Sony said nothing during your conference. Perry says that at some point in the future, the three console manufacturers have to adhere to the cloud gaming, and reveals that he is in talks with these companies since the beginning of the service. While I believe the role of cloud gaming, Perry notes that "the physical format will not disappear very quickly." The advantage of cloud gaming is, above all, the ability to run any game, which is more demanding on the hardware level, on any computer or console. The downside is that it requires an internet connection minimally reasonable.