No, I'm saying that emulators emulating still-current-systems are encouraging piracy. You want to emulate a game that can't reasonably be played on its original hardware anymore? Sure, do that. Emulating games that have come out a year ago and are easily accessible the normal way on the other hand has literally no justification.Yeah, as I was arguing, streaming games is different from playing them on your local machine. You wouldn't be allowed to scan that art either and print it on a T-Shirt.Most devs do give you system requirements and allow you to refund their games if they run badly. Devs also don't choose to release broken games. Because you divorce the game from your local hardware and allow it to be played wherever and whenever you want. If it wasn't fundamentally different no one would be offering cloud gaming.