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PS5 and Not Google Stadia or Microsoft's Project xCloud Is the Future of Gaming. Heres Why.

Added: 20.11.2020 11:35 | 3 views | 0 comments

Gadgets 360 says: "What the PS5 tells us about the future of gaming, Google Stadia, and Microsoft's Project xCloud."

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Launch Trailer

Added: 10.11.2020 17:03 | 0 views | 0 comments

Check out the launch trailer for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, which launches on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC, PS4, and Stadia (and November 12 on PS5).

Stadia is in desperate need of cross-play

Added: 21.11.2019 15:16 | 0 views | 0 comments


I'm struggling to play Stadia games competitively online.
Google's video game streaming service launched on Tuesday night with 22 games, and I've spent the past few days trying out competitive multiplayer with those that have it.
I had wondered whether it would be feasible to play these parts of the games, given what from the outside looking in seems very much like a soft launch. I've found that, depending on what time of day you're playing, significant parts of some Stadia titles may as well not exist, simply because there are not enough people for matchmaking.

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Stadia's bizarre business model means it's swimming upstream at launch

Added: 18.11.2019 17:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


I really want Google's Stadia to be the Netflix of video games. Google insists it isn't, and it's right. It's not. Not at launch, anyway, when you have to fork out £119 for a Founder's Edition to play. But it should be, and I think Google knows this too.
As it stands, Stadia's bizarre business model means the tech is swimming upstream at launch. Let's say you're convinced by the tech (more on that over at ), and fancy dipping in. What you want to do is pay nine quid a month for access to a library of games that work at the push of a button. The reality of Stadia at launch, unfortunately, is very different.
Not only do you have to pay £119 for the Founder's Edition, which gets you a Chromecast and a controller (which at first looks like the cheap third-party controller you made your younger sibling use when you were playing local multiplayer but after some time feels quite good in your hands), but you then have to pay for games on top. Then you go on the Stadia store, which you access from your smartphone only, and the true horror of Stadia's business model is laid bare.

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Days away from Google Stadia launch, Microsoft beefs up xCloud offering

Added: 14.11.2019 21:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


Microsoft streaming service Project xCloud will come to Windows 10 PCs in 2020, as well as other devices.
When it does, xCloud will also support other Bluetooth controllers - including PlayStation's own DualShock 4.
And on Xbox, it'll simply become a part of Xbox Game Pass.

Days away from Google Stadia launch, Microsoft beefs up xCloud offering

Added: 14.11.2019 21:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


Microsoft streaming service Project xCloud will come to Windows 10 PCs in 2020, as well as other devices.
When it does, xCloud will also support other Bluetooth controllers - including PlayStation's own DualShock 4.
And on Xbox, it'll simply become a part of Xbox Game Pass.

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