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NVIDIA champions GRID as a perfect fit for cloud gaming platforms, but we haven't had much chance to see a good use case in action. The company was more than happy to oblige at E3, however, by streaming games from GRID to an OUYA system. As Android Central caught on video, the tiny console is well-suited to the job: its Tegra 3 and gamepad can comfortably handle remote delivery of an intensive game like Borderlands 2, at least in the controlled world of a trade show. While OUYA doesn't have much (official) access to NVIDIA's GRID at present, the booth demo was a possible vision of the future. It certainly gave OUYA an escape from its hassles on the street.

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From the moment GRID and Shield were showcased, I knew the Ouya would have a place here as a great little game streaming console.
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Its going to be a great success like OnLive.
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Its going to be a great success like OnLive.
I second this my internet is so slow it wouldn't even run biggrin.gif
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I'm more interested in the prospect of using the Ouya like I would use the Shield in my home. Just use my desktop (if I ever own an Nvidia card again), and stream my installed games to my Ouya/Tv in my living room. Although I hear that the new version of Splashtop for Android can easily handle streaming games such as Crysis 2/3 without issue. I know there is a video floating around somewhere...

Edit: My bad! that was Farcry 3 over Splashtop in the Ouya. Video here
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And every new AMD APU can do the same thing but better. You can stream from your desktop to a laptop (or any combination), with extremely low latency as you are the server and client, so assuming you dont travel out of the state, you have amazing pings. Where as with nvidia grid you are pinging the nearest grid server, which there is probably two, one in the east and west US.
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I think this isnt going to be mainstream untill fiber ioptics becomes more populated...

I know i would never dare buy somthing like this on my current ping prone overpriced broadband..
Its bad enough when i have to experience lag when trying to get headshots, but to have to see it constantly by having control responce latency?
nuh uh rolleyes.gif

Like the guy in the video said, If you are a hardcore gamer, you will still stick with PCs, but for the casual gamer, this will be near consol quality.


For the record, I think this would be a fine pocket solution for those who have access to high speed internet, unfourtunately my area doesnt even offer much more than i already have without costing wayyy too much.
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