Streaming video games live via the internet is a relatively new thing, but video games have been around for hundreds (slight exaggeration) of years. Hyperkin's Android-powered RetroN 5 console plays games from ten older consoles. How? Watch.
As wonderful as the Oculus Rift is, it's not without its challenges. One of the more noticeable, at least if you're playing a shooter, is that even though your head is now free to roam, your gun is stuck to your viewpoint and/or reliant on traditional controls.
There is a machine called the Retron 3, released last year by the gaming hardware folks at Hyperkin. That thing was a combo Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis.
Back in the day, the Game Genie was the thing you plugged into your Nintendo Entertainment System to get infinite ammo or unlimited lives, a fairly cheap add-on for proud and ashamed cheaters alike.