The best way to describe what we want cloud gaming to be — or how people think about it — is to compare it to the Netflix model. Games live on remote servers and stream to you in real time. But despite some of the biggest tech companies working on improving it, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Nvidia, it’s surprising to me that cloud gaming isn’t any better than it is right now.
Yes, some of it it’s caused by technology hurdles, like the need for constant, consistent two-way communication between your controller and the server-side game, making it a much more complex process…
Source CNET Computer News