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Samsung TVs will play PlayStation games without a PlayStation in 2015

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Video isn't just video. Compare a 2GB iTunes movie vs a 30GB Blu-Ray movie. The quality difference is quite quite noticeable.

Blu-ray master race, streaming sucks.

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Blu-ray master race, streaming sucks.

I wouldn't say streaming sucks. It's convenient, and for most people, is "good enough". But I buy all my movies in Blu-Ray and them rip them to my Media Server. But I still watch tons of Netflix.

 

Blu-Ray (And whatever successor is chosen after Blu-Ray fades to memory) will always be the best though.


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I hope sony got them phat toobes to carry all that Playstation bandwith.


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I wouldn't say streaming sucks. It's convenient, and for most people, is "good enough". But I buy all my movies in Blu-Ray and them rip them to my Media Server. But I still watch tons of Netflix.

Blu-Ray (And whatever successor is chosen after Blu-Ray fades to memory) will always be the best though.

Yes of course, I know, I have to admit that I'm a bad person on the internet at times. It's embarrassing. Of course streaming is very good for most people, I should've included that in my post. Instead I end up looking incredibly childish. I'm sorry, I'll do better in the future. I want to be nice and helpful on this forum lol.
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"Smart tv" I'd rather have a "dumb tv" and a standard PS4.


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First nvidea's grid , now Sony's streaming. Cloud gaming is coming pretty quick fast.

What about Onlive? That came before Grid.


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It was only a matter of time until this would happen, and I'm glad to see the companies investing in the technology.

Nvidia grid is already an awesome experience, and that's still streaming from the other side of the globe in my case. Can't wait for nvidia to start hosting some grid servers in Europe as well.


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The end of PlayStation hardware is nigh.

 

We saw this one coming, great idea though ! 


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There are more than 200 PS games, right?


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In home streaming of what? Presumably your PlayStation 3 is already plugged into your TV. I guess you could also stream it to another TV in your house? That'd be incredibly niche though.

I was talking about Steam In-Home Streaming. I though they had trademarked that shit or something. Though it was implicit, sorry for the confusion. 

 

But yeah that's what I meant, streaming to another TV in the house. My PC is plugged on the TV in the living room. I'm already streaming to my laptop a lot when the girlfriend wants to watch something. It's just great. But being already a niche market playing PC games on my TV, I do realize that will never happen. Would still be cool though  :) 

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If this includes PS4 games then I will be $300 richer after selling it. I didn't realize how much of a waste my PS4 was until lately. I only have the console for exclusives. Outside of that I use it for nothing else. More space, less on the power bill. I'm all for that.


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If this includes PS4 games then I will be $300 richer after selling it. I didn't realize how much of a waste my PS4 was until lately. I only have the console for exclusives. Outside of that I use it for nothing else. More space, less on the power bill. I'm all for that.

Are you up for worse video quality and much more latency? I wouldn't stand it.
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I was talking about Steam In-Home Streaming. I though they had trademarked that shit or something. Though it was implicit, sorry for the confusion. 

 

But yeah that's what I meant, streaming to another TV in the house. My PC is plugged on the TV in the living room. I'm already streaming to my laptop a lot when the girlfriend wants to watch something. It's just great. But being already a niche market playing PC games on my TV, I do realize that will never happen. Would still be cool though   :)

Steam In-Home Streaming is trademarked. But that doesn't mean video game streaming is exclusive to them. NVIDIA has GRID, an in-home streaming service. OnLive also has had Internet game streaming for what, 5+ years?


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