G-Cluster is a Japan-only cloud gaming service, with which players can stream select games through a G-Cluster device and play them on an HDTV without need of a console. The service also allows remote streaming through game-specific mobile apps on iOS and Android platforms. Square Enix used portions of G-Cluster technology to provide its Dive In service to these same platforms.
G-Cluster was originally an international venture founded in Finland in the year 2000. Its technology had been offered as a service of broadband providers worldwide. For reasons not specified, the global company filed for bankruptcy and the service was ended on May 23, 2016.
Final Fantasy titles on G-ClusterEdit
- Final Fantasy VII International
- Final Fantasy VIII
- Final Fantasy XIII
- Final Fantasy XIII-2
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
- G-Cluster portal (Japanese)