XMNR: OnLive has revealed that Deus Ex: Human Revolution is headed to the game streaming service and it is offering a tempting pre-order deal for both the Standard and Augmented Editions of the game.
"Order now and get 30% more latency, free of charge!"
The PS3 controller has 250% more latency than the OnLive controller. ;)
I hardly notice any lag with the microconsole. I don't know why people always have to comment on the lag.
I have to admit it's hardly any lag now! for me anyway.. I just play it cuz I got boarderlands free!
its on onlive too, good more people should play the new one and the original game.
Sorry. Being unable to keep those games still puts me off.
OnLive is becoming harder and harder to ignore. I doubt it will ever replace consoles as my primary gaming device but it has my interest. I got Mafia 2 for $5 as one of their $5 Fridays and Amnesia: The Dark Descent for free :-) More than likely I will pick up the games I might give a pass on consoles. Who know though...if the service gets better it may become my primary gaming device.
of course you did, they want this to become the DEFACTO INDUSTRY STANDARD, plus the games have no real value to them, other than a tool of CONTROL.Once they have what they want, those deals will no longer be as great, plus you still own nothing!!!, lol. Bad Deal. Thats like letting someone come to your house and clean it for free with the understanding that they will own it, in 5years. ??? LOL does that make any sense?...Only to the Short Sighted SHEEPLE, who dont see the BIG PICTURE, ...or don't care enough to follow there conscience, their common sense.
Order NOW!... Sign Up Free of Charge for your "Gamer Enslavement Device"!!! No More Physical Disk! You Own Nothing! We Control it ALL!! PLUS!! you pay more in the long run since you will ALWAYS NEED and INTERNET CONNECTION to Play, and if the Service is interrupted for ANY REASON, YOU CANT PLAY ANYTHING, PERIOD. You can only play when they say so, basically.
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