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    Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    Presenter played Forza Horizon 4 on an Android phone using s standard Xbox One controller.
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    Re: Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    I remember passing the time on the bus by looking out of a window, or reading a book. Those were simpler days.

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    Re: Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    Quote Originally Posted by afiretruck View Post
    I remember passing the time on the bus by looking out of a window, or reading a book. Those were simpler days.
    My memory doesn't go that far back. I used to sit with a Psion 5MX.

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    Re: Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    Quote Originally Posted by afiretruck View Post
    I remember passing the time on the bus by looking out of a window, or reading a book. Those were simpler days.
    Using your phone is the new book.

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    Re: Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Using your phone is the new book.

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    Back under my rock I go, then!

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    Re: Microsoft Project xCloud smartphone demo shared

    Is it wrong that her using the analogue stick like its a digital switch really bothered me.

    One you see it you can't go back...

    Past that, its basically more cloud gaming, with that if anybody has the money/infrastructure to get this working its Microsoft.

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