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I disagree with you almost entirely. For a good portion of consumers I honestly believe that Stadia and Xcloud are going to be good alternatives to physical boxes. I use to be on your side of the fence than I tried “Shadow”, while not an apples to apples comparison its close enough. I am able to stream and play games like gears 5, sunset overdrive, metro exodus just to name a few without an issues. All games maxed out and running without a hitch.
I was shocked, for real. So I understand you being a skeptic in some aspects but I think game streaming is closer then you know.
It’s a natural presumption after all there is no associated cost when it comes to traditional hardware let alone physical copies of games.
Most of the hardware costs is effectively the controller and Chromecast dongles. Ergo the thinking would be cheaper.
To be honest, without massive data compression being available Stadia will be impractical for many people if the earlier indications of 20 gigs per hour is true.
The Stadia’s future looks exciting. I’m looking forward to it.