Steve Perlman, the founder of OnLive, admits that console systems aren’t going away any time soon. He also reaffirms the perfection of the OnLive game service to deliver games to entry-level computers with no lag.
The game service may also very well end console wars and piracy.
Clues about the pricing still remain up in the air. Subscription fees should be comparable to Xbox live, $50 per year. The MicroConsole, the hardware used to play on your TV, should cost substantially less than the Wii, which is $250.