By far the biggest news story to come out of this year's show has to be OnLive, the potentially revolutionary service that promises to usher in a brave new world of cloud gaming. Basically, when you play a game on OnLive, all the computations and rendering is done on the server, so you can play the most advanced game on the most barebones and basic of machines.
IGN had seen the demos, heard the reports from others, and even attended OnLive's press conference on Tuesday night. But they finally got a chance to check it out for themselves on the show floor, as they got to play Mirror's Edge on a low-end Dell notebook. And, crazy enough, it works