The one and only streaming service that I will accept is one that streams from my PC to my screen as remote streaming will never be a replacement for your own console or PC, regardless of what these greedy corporatists say. It's obvious why streaming hasn't and never will take off until these ISP's (bunch of scum) actually provide proper services but instead they're going to throttle everyone even more to promote their own lacklustre and worthless services over others (monopolistic and anti-consumer as well as anti-competitive). Of course this only happens in the free western world where you are free to enjoy your fascism (Mussolini would be proud).
This nonsense is brought up regularly, as these people don't even want us to have our software on our own machines so they totally own us, and yet it goes nowhere fortunately.
this. whatever it is needs to retain the current functionality of SHIELD (redirecting your existing titles) or its worthless.
though, charging for the back-end & pipe is valid. Just gotta let us use our licenses on said pipe.
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R.I.P. Zawarudo, may you OC angels' wings in heaven.
If something appears too good to be true, it probably is.
If anything, this Covid-19 shows that our Internet Backbone won't be able to support the bandwidth required for online gaming even if the edge networking (i.e 5g) are capable. What are they gotta do next? Drop the resolution to 480p?
It was hyped to be this big thing and was overprices with no games for years. Still, a very small market has VR. We all know deep down that game streaming is going to be the future. Just imagine now going to blockbusters to rent a movie. The infrastructure will get fast enough and new technology will improve the streaming speed/quality.
But you don't think that virtual reality has a place in future technology? I've always had this idea in the back of my head that everything is leading to virtual reality. At some point there will be some Martix like connection that makes it real as something can be without being real.