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Hello. I was able to import my steam games into BigBox the other day and it seems like if i want to play them I need to install them locally on the same PC that BigBox is running. My steam games are all installed on another computer on my local network. Is there a way BigBox could "remote play" the games from the PC where they are installed?
What is the best method to stream LaunchBox from Window 10 to an Apple 4K TV? What have you found successful to be able to play games with a controller within Apple TV? I am also to purchasing other options that will run LaunchBox. I currently own several Raspberry Pi 3B's as well. No matter the platform that would allow me to play on our TV, I want the data and game saves in a centralized location and shared across my PC, the TV in the living room and bedroom TV. Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks!
Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but it seemed close enough. So I've recently discovered that Moonlight is available on the Playstation Vita. Which means that I can use BigBox on my Vita now, which is absolutely amazing to me. I was looking into this because I finally caved and ordered a Steam Link, since it's on sale for $15 for the Summer sale, $22 after shipping. During all of this, a friend of mine on Facebook pointed out Rainway to me, there isn't much info out about it yet, but it seems to be something like Plex Media Server, but for games, and allowing remote streaming. So, what I picture in my mind is, being able to stream your games to any computer within a web browser, and possibly with the PS Vita while connected to wifi away from home. Both of those ideas just blow my mind. I don't have a PS4, and I never subscribed to PSNow while it was available on the Vita, so this (and moonlight) are going to be my first experiences at streaming to the Vita. So needless to say, I'm crazy excited about all of this news. It's like, having a DIY Nintendo Switch, but using BigBox as the main interface, and heck, thanks to Switch Theme, you can turn your PS Vita into a switch. I just had to share this, it might just be common news by now, but I'm excited about this. And after I build my dedicated HTPC, I'll basically have free reign to stream my PC games to either my or my wife's PC and the PS Vita, just so long as we're not streaming from it at the same time. I'm literally overjoyed by this news. I'm very glad I got my Launchbox premium pass, and decided to hack my vita when HENKAKU came around, and also very glad I decided to buy the Steam Link(can't wait until it ships). Ten years ago, I wouldn't have even thought that I could do anything remotely like this with gaming. Btw, does anyone know if the Steam Link does surround sound?