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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.
yep, that's how new products tend to work. You left off proprietary gate keeping from your list though.

n as for the future, it's both. The bandwidth will be available for everyone to stream their VR games.

you've clearly not used an HMD from the last couple years if you view VR as as farce.

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I remember when the Xbox One was announced and fanbois and Microsoft were defending its weaker specs vs the PS4 as irrelevant because of 'cloud computing' or whatever. That despite the PS4's superior hardware and memory configuration the Xbox One was as good if not better because of the 'cloud'.

Cloud gaming is and always will be a joke


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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
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.
I remember people saying the same thing about CGA, EGA, VGA, 3d GPUs, etc. They were all wrong.

It may be niche now, but VR is going to be transformative with gaming and well beyond. It's early, but it's coming.
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yep, that's how new products tend to work. You left off proprietary gate keeping from your list though.

n as for the future, it's both. The bandwidth will be available for everyone to stream their VR games.

you've clearly not used an HMD from the last couple years if you view VR as as farce.
VR is a niche and will always be a niche because of space constraints and the fact that gamers generally would rather sit on the couch than be up and moving.

Now the headsets in general, once they can get a little lighter and go wireless, I can definitely see them being used in much the same way headphones are used over external speakers a lot.


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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
Its been on par with all other streaming services for gaming and close to VR.
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yep, that's how new products tend to work. You left off proprietary gate keeping from your list though.

n as for the future, it's both. The bandwidth will be available for everyone to stream their VR games.

you've clearly not used an HMD from the last couple years if you view VR as as farce.
Seconding this. The technology is improving quite quickly and there is a healthy amount of options in regards to both hardware and games. Maybe in the first year it was a bit of a disappointment, but a lot has changed since then, and there's still so much potential in the platform.

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I remember when the Xbox One was announced and fanbois and Microsoft were defending its weaker specs vs the PS4 as irrelevant because of 'cloud computing' or whatever. That despite the PS4's superior hardware and memory configuration the Xbox One was as good if not better because of the 'cloud'.

Cloud gaming is and always will be a joke
LOL where the cloud was going to magically do all the math in the background and send it to the players console for a seamless gaming, not only that the cloud was gonna improve everything from Physics to Graphics and AI....

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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.
Laws haven't caught up, and or been side lined by these big tech companies. I really don't like how Movies, Music and software is being treated like a one time art pieces.
This is what I'm going to miss in the future, losing the ability to actually own the entertainment product in a physical form.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
yep, that's how new products tend to work. You left off proprietary gate keeping from your list though.

n as for the future, it's both. The bandwidth will be available for everyone to stream their VR games.

you've clearly not used an HMD from the last couple years if you view VR as as farce.
I count 2018 as recent enough for the last time I used a PC hooked up to VR. It left a lot to be desired. It's a cute niche and nothing more.

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over-promised?

lied. it's called lying.

Lir, the other issue is their over priced, but disposable controller.

funny to see the last gen of game streaming all go down in a blaze of glory.

What's really left? XBOX game pass? NVIDIA GRID lost most of the games people wanted to play, but sure... i'd bet there are a few thousand kids subscribed just to play RDR2.
Yeah, they lied, but their lies were absurd on the face of them. Anyone who believed their marketing probably deserved to get the knife in the back. Anyone and everyone should know cloud computing is a nightmare for latency issues, and that the idea you can ditch the counsel and use cloud computing in GAMING was stupid to the extreme.

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