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Submitted by Lavalamp 868d ago | opinion piece

In Theory: why cloud gaming is coming home

Project Shield and Steambox bring streaming gameplay to home networks - and next-gen console could follow. Digital Foundry asks why. (Next-Gen, Tech)

Kran  +   868d ago
You act as if it had a home to begin with... it did not.

It's actually moved in. Once it leaves and wants to come back, THEN its coming home.
jmc8888  +   867d ago
Wow the guy doesn't understand that Shield isn't streaming from your PC (or PC connected network...thus another PC you own).

That isn't the same as a streaming from a central hub that you don't own and you pay money to access.

Shield is like the PC version of the Wii U gamepad (in the streaming sense). That's not the same as say OnLive.
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