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1. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:06 GMT
wow.oh, sry, i mean, OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Edited on Sun 15th November, 2009 @ 19:08 by nintendograbber
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2. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:09 GMT
To be honest...I don't like it...
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3. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:20 GMT
it might make other consoles kinda, u know, not the greatest, BUT I LOVE IT!
4. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:23 GMT
That POS is coming Winter 2009, is it? I guess GameStop's not planning to carry it (understandably), 'cause I haven't seen a thing in the computer system. I'm quite certain that thing will run like crap, at least on American internet connections (I have 5mbps FiOS, and that's the BEST that's available where I live!). No reason to get excited over this thing, THAT'S for sure.
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5. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:27 GMT
oh well, my internet connection could handle a whole lot, so i like it, and this is my opinion, and that is your opinion
6. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:29 GMT
Damn, how good IS your internet connection? It'll have to be freaking AMAZING to stream an entire current-gen HD video game without horrendous lag.
7. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:32 GMT
this sucks i just got a brunch of games
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8. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:37 GMT
i don't know, all i know is that we had somebodyfrom at@t come over that installed some internet box onto our gaming computer, it looks ridiculous but it makes my internet go really fast
9. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 19:57 GMT
this should answer some questions
Edited on Sun 15th November, 2009 @ 19:58 by nintendograbber
10. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 21:13 GMT
Some dreams are going to be crushed when this thing finally comes out.
11. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 21:18 GMT
Some? Surely you mean...."A whole bunch of"
12. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 21:28 GMT
I wanted to be a beta tester but I'll stick with my console. Though this will be turning some heads.....
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13. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 23:24 GMT
A minimum 5mbps connection for HD gaming, huh? That's not as bad as I might have thought, but it'll also probably be useless for me since both I and my brother play games, often simultaneously. Even if our connection could support ONE OnLive streaming, two at once is pretty much definitely out of the question.
An even larger problem with the service should be quite obvious (it was also stated in the article linked in post #9): No games from Nintendo, Sony, or Microsoft will be available on it. They'd be fools to sign up for this program, wouldn't they?
Also, that article is a bit out of date, having been written in March. Do you have anything more recent that explains the pricing structure? If they insist on charging $60 per game, I'm not interested. Their savings need to be passed on to the consumers! This is a kind of silly question, but do they have any Achievement/Trophy type system planned? I love those things, and would hate to lose them in the name of "progress."
14. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 23:35 GMT
Interesting. Do want, but will skip. I'll stay with the Wii and eventually Playstation 3 thank you (Still need to get an PS3).
15. Posted: Mon 16th Nov 2009 20:51 GMT
@stuff gamer1 no sry i couldnt find anything on price structure@infernape1000 yea i suppose you and alex are right
16. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 08:28 GMT
Yeah, I checked the OnLive website. They haven't announced pricing yet, but confirmed it WILL involve a subscription fee. Not too large of one, though...they want it to be no more than $5 and get the rest of the money by actually selling the games themselves.
17. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 14:30 GMT
I'm intrigued by cloud gaming and the possibilities it offers. Thousands of people playing high-end PC games, on a modest poota/laptop, even the iplop can run it apparently. It's gonna need a phat connection though, to make it lag free (which is my main concern).
Also, no word on whether it'll make it across the pond as yet. If it did, it could save me a fortune!!!
18. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 15:44 GMT
Neat. I think it's an idea a bit before its time, though.
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