well technically speaking, to be a "fair" comparison, you'd need to run pc version on a netbook
gaming performance on netbook vs gaming performance of onlive seems "fair" to me. however, that would render this comparison relevant to those who would NORMALLY game on a netbook
for the rest of the planet who game on a real PC... what he posted is relevant. i wouldn't call it fair. but would absolutely call it relevant. it's no different then showing games playing on xbox/PS3/PC. obviously the PC version would PWN all, and it's not a "fair" comparison, but it's the truth and relevant to the discussion.
fairness has nothing to do with this thread. relevance DOES.
@ OP: nice job. it really opened my eyes on how much "better" onlive actually operates
i was expecting to see all kinds of pixelation with onlive
but i see it's at least "playable" on a smartphone level of performance
I guess in another 10 years or so, it would actually be a viable alternative Edited by psyclum - 11/1/13 at 4:03pm