Originally Posted by Cavi Mike
That's because people who play consoles are the only ones that realize ridiculous graphics don't make game-play better.
Wrong, graphics can easily make a game better by adding atmosphere to the game such as Alan Wake, Witcher 2 and others. Besides that, PCs have much more options when it comes to gameplay itself since consoles have very limited dedicated memory to fit games. There's a reason why when games go from console to PC, not just a port, always have added features and graphics.
@steel, I personally feel OnLive or a gaming cloud equivalent that takes it space will be the future of gaming. A single program that can be used on PCs, 'consoles' and phones. It would basically be a program for PC that has a mobile version for phones and the 'console' would be a console meant specifically for the program. OnLive is already on PCs and phones, so it's definitely viable. Only thing holding it back is other countries having bandwidth limits. Hopefully in the future those countries with ISPs like that realize bandwidth only holds people back and isn't needed. Also, hopefully we can see fast internet (5mbs+) everywhere in first world countries at least.
Edited by Tunechi - 4/21/12 at 5:35am