That is rather silly,it is not like the fun you had with it will magically dissapear if google stops supporting the platform.
How is it so hard to comprehend that some people just do not care about a library of games that when having it they do not make use of anyway,it is personal preference like going out to see a movie instead of buying the phsysical copy and joking about people that show that behaviour comes off as being a bit shortsighted.
I think people still care very much about having access to their games whether it is physical or digital. The XB1's "always online" requirements that MS took forever to back down from, showed that people care very much about having access to the games they bought. This isn't a physical vs digital issue. It's a Denuvo/EGS level DRM issue. Steam may force you to use the launcher, but at least there's an offline mode, and at least Steam has been around for a very long time. Once EGS or Stadia goes down that's it. You no longer have access to those games.
Going out to see a movie is $8 while a Blu Ray is $25. Movies are a couple hours long while games last 20 to 300 hours. So that analogy doesn't hold up at all. It is comparing apples and oranges.
I only posted the comic for its points on why Stadia will fail.Sure it pokes fun at some things, but that's beside the point. Very few people fall into the category of having good internet, living alone, not already owning hardware, not caring about a small selection of games, and not caring about losing access to games they paid $60 for.
Last edited by Cerebralbore101 - on 07 July 2019