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Eric_WVGG said:This has been done a couple times before, Gaikai and OnLive were a couple of providers. I played a fancy PS3 Tomb Raider game on a 2012 Macbook Air and it was just remarkable — for as long as my crummy American “broadband” could keep up with it.
The promise is state of the art gaming on the lowest of low end computers, all the rendering interaction happening on a remote server farm, just add a screen and an input device and a decent network connection. But all of these services depend on a reality of broadband that simply isn't in the foreseeable future.
Will it still have the big red button?