The gaming landscape is changing and I want to hear (see?) your thoughts. That's a pretty broad statement so let's narrow it down a little and talk about streaming video game services. Although the idea has been around for a while now, products like Google's Stadia have the potential to change the way we play games. Instead of the need for expensive hardware to run the newest cutting edge games, you only need a screen and a controller.
As someone who was in the testing group for Stadia (Project Stream at the time of testing), I can say that it was pretty impressive. The graphics were on max the entire time, it didn't consume as much bandwidth as I expected and the input lag was non-existent on my connection. I went into it with low expectations and was pleasantly surprised by what I found.
With all this in mind, what do you think about streaming games without the need for local computational hardware? Would it have to be a subscription service before you would use it? Do you have issues with an always online platform in today's gaming world?