It's all about cloud gaming today: Envizions, the company behind the EVO Smart Console (seriously, do NOT worry if you've never heard of it) has launched a new service called GameBox that enables you to back-up and store your games in the cloud.
By taking advantage of storage packages starting at $0.99 you can store copies and save data for both console and PC games (so long as they're DRM-free) off in the ever-fashionable cloud. It's in case your hard drive crashes or some such thing.
GameBox is useful because... you didn't download your game from a service that registers your details and allows you to re-download it? You don't have a hard copy of the game? You want to sell your hard copy of the game but still be able to play it? Ah, right. We can see why you might want to do that, actually. Publishers and devs will surely find that prospect thrilling.
As for the backing up of game saves... well, we can see why you might want to do that. But do you really want to pay for the privilege? If you do, GameBox is over here
. The service, which launches today, will also have a not-so-impressive 30 games to buy pretty soon.