Geforce Gamestream client or Steam in home streaming client

Discussion in 'Switch - Games & Content' started by jpx86, Jan 16, 2017.

  1. jpx86
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    Either of these would be awesome so that you could play your pc games also.

    I currently use NVIDIA Shield Portable and moonshell on a Vita for playing PC games. It would be awesome to have the larger screen to use.

    I'm sure neither of these will ever happen officially. This is the reason I'll want homebrew and it isn't even released yet :)
     
  2. WiiUBricker

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    Get a Vita. It works pretty decent there.
     
  3. Axido

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    "I currently use NVIDIA Shield Portable and moonshell on a Vita for playing PC games. It would be awesome to have the larger screen to use."

    Back to the OP:
    Why should we care about this as of now? It's not like it would harm anyone to restrain from posting such "ideas" until there's an actual possibility of homebrew on the Switch.
     
  4. Jiehfeng

    Jiehfeng A not so serious guy tbh... ;D

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    I have a Raspberry Pi 3 and a 5 inch display that works fine with steam streaming. (sorry for not focusing on the switch)
     
  5. Futurdreamz

    Futurdreamz GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Considering that Nvidia's the one making the hardware, I wouldn't be shocked if Nintendo had the GameStream Client available from the eShop next to Netflix and Crunchyroll.