From Pay-As-You-Play Game Consoles to Livestreaming Software

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 30, 2015
The days of compact disks, DVDs and optical drives are fading into technological history as more and more ways to stream video games are becoming available to avid players. Gamers who prefer to play alone and those who like to compete remotely are all offered advantages thanks to all sorts of innovative products.

Integrated social networks enhance the online gaming community, enabling players to connect outside of their virtual challenges, as well as inside. Software continues to develop for high definition graphics, supporting quality visuals within a range of internet speeds. New hardware has been developed to give gamers access to even larger libraries of video games, in the form of gadgets like set top box consoles that integrate all of your entertainment in one place.