Families are going to love playing and sharing without discs. Back in ye olden days, you had to put a disc in the machine every time you wanted to play. That was after you thoroughly searched your home and car for a lost disc and finally decided to play something else. In the future, your games will always be with you, at home and away, ready to play when you are and where you are. Back in the analog age, to share you had to physically lend your vulnerable game, and pray to God that Satan doesn't unleash the demons -- scratched disc, torn pages, teeth marks, Dr. Pepper stains, smell of cat piss. In the future, you can share your games safely online and play them yourself at the same time. That's some sci-fi shit right there.