The dark side of game streaming

If I can take my crappy 10-year-old Pentium with its no-name AIB, put in a 5g NIC for $55, and play 2020 FPS games, why would I ever buy a new PC or game card? This is a question many hardware game suppliers are asking themselves. Cloud gaming goes back to OnLive in 2003 and has progressed as bandwidth speeds ...

Jon Peddie

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