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    Does PS4 have the answer to streaming live game shows?

    PS3 had never been good at showing off game shows like E3 and TGS. Sony had tried everything from hosting streams direct on the blog and even trying to host within it's own PSHome app, none of which proved sufficient enough to handle large amounts of people.

    Even though I tried streaming it through the PS3 everytime I was always forced to resort to running it on my laptop. Jumping from a 65" TV to a tiny (in comparison) 18.5" monitor.

    Now I believe Sony has found an answer to the problem.
    Live with Playstation.

    Anyone else think LwP will be used for game show streaming?

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    I think it would be cool if they did this and allowed us to use party chat at the same time so we could discuss it. In the past I used to watch E3 in my browser with Skype on so my buddies and I could share how we felt with whatever was being shown.

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    Will be good once the new SingStar comes out as well.
    They tried integrating something similar on the PS3 version but we could only get like 30 seconds of song, now we could go full on concerts

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