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It will either replace current gaming devices or co-exist. I hate to admit it but it will happen. Maybe not anytime soon but eventually. Good thing is, if I take the example of what happened to music, then cloud gaming will co-exist with physical and digital gaming. Because people still buy music CDs and even vinyl records. Many people stream music these days but there will always be those people who like to buy CDs, make their own music and sound systems. I guess same thing will happen in gaming. Consoles, PC, physical games, digital games won't die out, but cloud gaming will have it's own community.
to be honest I think yes and no. I wouldn't put a kid in the cloud, but they will gravitate there... nothing like playing with other people!I also think in the future, you kids are gonna be operating robots, drones, and such in actual war. Why put real people in combat if can put a machine in place and operate it remote?
Yes, I absolutely think cloud gaming will be a thing and eventually replace more let's say "traditional" forms of gaming. I mean, we'll always need some premises device to interface with the cloud, but the actual compute won't be taking place locally any more, in the near future.
Well physically buying a game is dying out same with CD or DVDs. Cloud gaming will become the future, as internet speeds get faster and faster it'll be easier to run them and it'll be cheaper to do this than bring out physical or have machines with larger memory's
I don't know if CDs or DVDs are truly dead when DVD and Blu-Ray physical copies for movies are still being in production and sold, despite the huge popularity of Netflix and Hulu. Hell, I still see people even buying Vinyl Records for music at Best Buy despite the rise of Spotify. I think the same thing can apply to video games with cloud gaming being able to co-exist with physical and digital games in the future.
Well vinyl is a bit different it has a different sound to it rather than Spotify but people ain't buying VHS any more BC of the lower quality.
DVDs for movies have been around for over 20 years already and they're still sold in retail stores.
Yeah but not in the numbers they use to. I don't know if physical copies off stuff with ever die out but it's going to be come less common
Far in the future perhaps but not in the next 30 years. I am just fine wit HAL at home. Once you get rid of us Xrs, then maybe?
Yes of course. In the future yesOur internet speeds aren't there yet. Well they are but it needs to be standard for everyone Then yes
Bandwidth isn't the same thing as speed. There's always going to be input lag.
Lol no.If or when it happens, it'll most likely co-exist but not overtake any existing form of gaming.
lol no chance. One reason they will charge pc is free.
Probably not. Unless they crank it up to 120FPS 4K.
Maybe eventually but I don't think the technology is quite there yet
Probably, but I'm old school so I prefer good old hardware gaming
Yes I think it will but It will only be the norm in about 10 years.
This fad won't last without a super fast Internet connection.
It's been tried and failed before. The big issue is input lag which essentially has no fix.
You put the answer to your question in the second picture of it...
I don't know enough about it to determine that
I hope not
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