Anthony Accinelli of StrengthGamer.com writes, "After watching a few videos of OnLive streaming to tablets in the coming months, I thought I'd give it another go and see what has changed. I couldn't believe my eyes."
I just can't seem to get up and try it. Maybe I'm not ready to embrace the future. Fine, I'll try it.
. Many people have been talking about this type of set up for a while now, myself included and there it is. How Nintendo is trying to lay claim to this tech is just silly. I believe Onlive will need more than just third party support but will in fact need exclusive titles, the same as consoles, that will make gamers not only want the system but actually need the system and this is where the consoles have a leg up on something like this. Regardless, the interconnectivity is the big deal and is the future. You can get on board or you can fall behind. I believe Sony being a manufacture of all things electronic probably have the most to lose with this since a lot of there money comes from DVD/Blu-ray players etc...there is no need for any of that stuff now. Even Nvidia and AMD will suffer as you basically only need a decent processor/GPU and a good screen and away you go. Prices are about to hit the roof to make up for these types of " innovations " that basically cut production around the world in half.
The whole concept of paying montly to play games is a failed one before it even starts. Yes there will be a few who have no problem with it, but it will for ever be 'a few'.
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