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My experience was actually pretty much the opposite of what I thought it would be... the input lag didn't annoy me nearly as much as i imagined it would (definitely more noticeable in first person than third person games though).
The thing i was surprised to find myself disliking the most was the video compression, the visuals had a tendency to get slightly smeary and muddy when a lot of action was taking place, which wasn't helping in a game like space marine, where i was trying to pick out distant dark-green enemies against a brown background, maybe more colourful games wouldn't be so bad!
Will definitely be spending some more time with it in the future though, especially since they want to give me my first game for £1!
Would be interested to hear the thoughts of others who have tried it, does the compression bug you? How about lag issues? Recommendations would be welcome for which game I should burn my discount on, are there any that work especially well on the service?
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