Industry leader NVIDIA has stepped into the cloud gaming market with the announcement of GeForce GRID. Put simply, the company's award-winning graphics cards have been redesigned to fit into a cloud-based server, meaning that video games are delivered to you on demand, just like films and other video content. You don't need any dedicated hardware or any special connections, and you don't need to wait for downloads or installing endless updates: Just plug in, open a browser and play.
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