Cloudy with a chance of failure Trusting everything to "the cloud" is not a good idea. Ignoring the obvious things, like how gaming won't work if your Internet connection goes does, you run into the possibility of all your games simply disappearing if the cloud company goes under (or simply shuts it's service off).
That's one of the reasons I don't like buying games off of PSN/XBox Live. Sure it's nice to be able to play without inserting a disk, but what happens when if Sony/Microsoft gets out of the gaming market and shuts down the service or if they simply decide to wipe out your games?
It's hard to make a local backup of "the cloud".
The Comcast Disney Avatar has been retired.
Then should encourage lawmakers to mandate that digital purchases are OWNED, not leased, and service providers must have a facility to transfer your OWN property to another service or your own computer.
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