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Console Gaming > The next leap for consoles is not better graphics, it's concurrent gaming
 
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3. Re: The next leap for consoles is not better graphics, it's concurrent gaming Oct 20, 2011, 19:10 eRe4s3r
 
I agree, if that comes, and if it were somehow magically to support PC-Games, and Console games of all kinds (so sort of a boot-leg gaming server?) then that'd be amazing.

Just imagine if you just buy "modules" from the big 3 plug them into a server and have the console streamed to all attached "gaming sets" which'd be sort of a screen with some controller attachments, it could be PC screen, or TV screen, keyboard mouse or controller.

All you'd need is black-box that acts as power unit for the controllers and as interface with the server... That'd be seriously kick-ass then... but at best in 20+ years +.+
 
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2. Re: The next leap for consoles is not better graphics, it's concurrent gaming Oct 5, 2011, 11:30 Creston
 
That'd actually be pretty cool.

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1. The next leap for consoles is not better graphics, it's concurrent gaming Sep 28, 2011, 04:41 everyone
 
All future consoles WILL have better graphics than their predecessors, but the marketing for the next wave of consoles will revolve around how much cool stuff they can do at once, concurrently.

For example, let's imagine a console that can play 3 games at once and send each gaming session to a different display device. Game 1 is sent to the TV connected to the console, Game 2 is sent wirelessly to a tablet device (think Wii U), and game 3 is sent to a TV in a different room through a household powerline network. And all the while, a fourth display is receiving Netflix content through the same console.

In effect, this turns the console into a Household Gaming Server. THIS is the next leap in consoles. Parents will buy a console that can service many children at once so that they may play at the same time, either together in multiplayer or independently of each other.

I can imagine the console names now... The Sony Prism, Microsoft XMaster, Nintendo Nexus.


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