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Posted by: stevo
« on: December 02, 2019, 01:48:12 »

IF Stadia, or another streaming service,  allowed me to have 2030/2035 graphics, eg, a game like rdr2, that would run on a 32 core-cpu server, with 15 or 20  rtx2080ti cards, on a pcie-4 M.2 raid, at 20'000Mb read speed, with a 1.2 terabyte texture pack, with full scene raytracing, multi million polygon models for horses, characters, landscapes, etc, all that with a total of 250-400 Tflops, rendered at perfect, pixar/hollywood-ready 8k, then, sent to me at 4k or 1080p/1440p,
Even if that would cost me 2 or 3 bucks AN HOUR, then,
I would say YES to a streaming service.

Being able to play in 2019, with the visuals that will only be possible to get by 2030-35, THAT would be great.

But playing streamed games, in 2019, at low resolutions, badly upscalled to 4k, with a quality from 2005-2010,
sorry, but NO
Posted by: Andrew Chapman
« on: December 01, 2019, 14:15:13 »

I'd be happy if they expanded the countries it worked in to include Colombia/more of Latin America
Posted by: Ziggy
« on: December 01, 2019, 01:19:39 »

It needs to seize to be. Stadia is a con. Just vaporware that Rob's the consumer the joy and pride of ownership for the sake of convenience.
Posted by: Lucas
« on: November 30, 2019, 05:35:57 »

@Dan6
Well said, I have a similar opinion. Playing games on a platform that has inherent flaws which cannot be overcome (lag) is a dealbreaker fir me. Besides there are areas where internet connectivity is worse thsn ideal.
Posted by: Dan6
« on: November 29, 2019, 21:34:09 »

It needs to become the only way to play games. Actually no, in this case I'll probably stop playing games at all.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: November 29, 2019, 18:07:26 »

Aside from the obvious input latency, Stadia has a long list of other issues ranging from its pay-per-title business model and quality of service. What can Google do to make Stadia a success?

https://www.notebookcheck.net/What-will-Google-Stadia-need-to-do-to-win-you-over.444912.0.html

 
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