TAIPEI, Sept. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ubitus Inc., the worldwide technology leader in cloud gaming solutions, is excited to announce today the collaboration with Square Enix on NTT Docomo's dGame Cloud Gaming. Ubitus is looking to bring Dragon Quest X, one of the most popular MMORPG in Japan, to tablets and smartphones over Ubitus' cloud gaming technology, GameCloud®.
Users will be able to enjoy the full feature of the high-end MMORPG on mobile devices through GameCloud's interactive remote streaming, using overlaid touch-screen user interface or optional Bluetooth joystick controller that provide both comprehensive controllability and mobility experience. The game is going to be served through NTT Docomo's dGame platform in Japan, starting on the carrier's popular Android tablet dTab in the coming winter.
"By leveraging Ubitus' distinguished technology and longest commercial experience in mobile cloud gaming, Square Enix is excited to bring our national flagship title to tablets and smartphones," said Tomoyoshi Osaki, Senior Vice President of Square Enix. "We expect a dramatically wider range of fans to become accessible to the world of Dragon Quest X through the partnership with Ubitus."
"Ubitus is thrilled to join force with Square Enix to bring their cutting edge games like Dragon Quest X to the consumers through Cloud gaming services," said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus. "Users can now share the MMORPG account information between cloud gaming version and other device versions. Both new user and existing user can enjoy the world's first multi-device play across mobile, game console, and PC."
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader in deploying cloud-enabled rich media services, offers innovative cloud computing solutions, including patented GameCloud® , for device manufacturers, wired/wireless communication service providers, telecommunication operators and digital content developers. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company now has over 200 employees and offices in United States, Japan, Korea and China.