You know, you could say they helped pioneer the idea of downloadable content to gaming consoles. I mean, if I remember correctly, there would be no sort of optical or cartridge drive to speak of. Everything was to be downloaded straight to the console's hard drive through their service. It's something to think about when you get that next game from XBLA, Wii store, or PSN. Can you imagine what it would have been like if it ever actually came out, instead of years and years of empty promises? Edit: After seeing the next post, I forgot that downloadable games/content had already been done before the inception of the vaporware. At least I tried to post something meaningful here .