OnLive Gaming Heats Up Gamer Conference You keep your email online with Gmail, and your pictures online with Flickr. Why not play video games that way? Happening this week is the Game Developers Conference, the biggest annual videogame gathering. NPR's Laura Sydell reports on the hottest topic there: the OnLive video game service. Pay a fee, and you have access to console games via the Internet.
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OnLive Gaming Heats Up Gamer Conference

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OnLive Gaming Heats Up Gamer Conference

OnLive Gaming Heats Up Gamer Conference

OnLive Gaming Heats Up Gamer Conference

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You keep your e-mail online with G-mail, and your pictures online with Flickr. Why not play video games that way? With the OnLive video game service you pay a fee and get access to console games via the Internet.