Originally Posted by KMM
This guy has balls, and i believe in what he said.
It will all go to the PC, way more powerful, a thousand times better graphics, "cheaper"
you dont get RSOD or YLOD
No, it WON't go to the PC, it will go to cloudgaming, which requires nothing but a simple display and a controller, even the PS3 or xbox360 can be used for cloudgaming..
And sorry, but PC's also get RSOD or YLOD, I've already had 2 graphicscards overheat due to bad cooling, I've seen soooo many defect motherboards, memoryunits go bad, or HDD's/SSD's crash..
I too think the nextgen consoles are the last consoles, everything will just go cloudgaming through your TV (samsung is already putting it into their TV's). Also for publishers cloudgaming is much MUCH more interesting as it isn't possible to pirate the specific games anymore, also for gamers it's interesting as they get a netflix like account, so you can play any game which the service has (which will continue to grow exponential and also contain retro games) for a specifc ammount per month.. Ofcourse it will take some time before this will actually take off for mainstream due to the need of a good internet connection.. I think in about 10 years we'll all game through services like GaiKai and OnLive (next to the old games on our old consoles)..