All you need is another more powerful computer at your house, a wireless network, and steam. Steam implemented game streaming software that lets you use a more powerful computer to crunch all the data/graphics while using a second computer to stream it to (think OnLive, but without needing to be online and better graphics/less latency). The trick is to log into steam with your more powerful computer, then log into steam with your rMB and go into big picture mode on your rMB. At this point, the main computer takes over as the horsepower for gaming and your rMB is the mirror with full keyboard/mouse functionality. If your main computer can be wired while your rMB is wireless, you will have much better image quality. I have found zero latency when testing this out. It is really really impressive. It will allow you to play any game you can think of on your rMB while at home. Rather than having to sit in front of a desktop computer, you can sit on the couch and play some games. One last thing, make sure to set your settings to (beautiful) rather than (fast) so that the image quality is better. I found that when setting it to (beautiful), it is nearly impossible to tell that you are streaming a game to your rMB. It looks like the game is being run by your rMB and not some other computer in the house.