I’ll say it again. He said streaming will never be as responsive as traditional gaming. He said 10 years +. I can’t stress enough he said + because nobody can predict an industry that far later. 10 years later he can easily say another 10 + years. Your whole argument is null and void because you not only took a quote out of context but you neglected another where he admitted it’s just a convenience.
Of course Series X will be expensive, nobody is disagreeing with you. That’s the premium gamer console and Lockhart is the mass market console. Why won’t you acknowledge the existence of Lockhart?
It’s kinda hilarious you STILL don’t understand what GP is. It merely changes your buying habits from buying outright to a sub model. Like me dropping cable and get Netflix. Except here I can still buy games outright. That’s the point...it’s all options. Nothing is replacing anything.
Stay on topic....it’s your thread. It’s about people wanting to use cloud gaming. This isn’t about Series X or Game Pass.
Whats also funny is how this thread is about cloud gaming yet out of Sony and MS only Sony has a cloud gaming service fully released since Xcloud is still in beta but Goopy keeps going on about how bad it is for MS.
Similar things happened in the past. XBO was labeled "TV, TV, TV" when Sony actually had their own TV service (PlayStation Vue). Xbox 360 was called the "Shooter box" when Sony had more shooters.
If the next Xbox pushed VR or light bars on the controller or something, it would instantly become a negative.*
It's just how these things work.
*Fun fact: The XBO controller actually has a kind of light bar but you just can't see it. It uses infrared for Kinect.