• Google Stadia now supports 1440p/4k streaming on Chrome, here's how to enable it

    1 month ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    One of the upsides to streaming games with services like Stadia is that it removes the majority of hardware bottlenecks. This means that even if you don't have a particularly powerful computer, you can still enjoy the latest games. This is because for the most part, the majority of the game's processing is taking place on Google's servers. The good news is that if you've felt that the resolution offered by Stadia was a bit too low for your liking, you'll be pleased to learn that Google has recently announced that Stadia for Chrome on the desktop will now have the option to stream games in...
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  • NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

    NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    Ever since launching earlier in the year, NVIDIA GeForce Now has seen a number of developers remove their games from the streaming service. GeForce Now isn't like a traditional streaming service where users pay a monthly fee and then can stream any number of games available through GeForce Now as much as they want - instead, users need to already...
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  • NVIDIA's GeForce Now game streaming service is now opt-in for developers (so fewer games should disappear unexpectedly)

    NVIDIA's GeForce Now game streaming service is now opt-in for developers (so fewer games should disappear unexpectedly)

    1 month ago - By Liliputing

    NVIDIA's GeForce Now game streaming platform operates under a rather simple premise - play the games you already own on any supported device by streaming it from a remote server. That means you can play PC games on an Android Phone, NVIDIA Shield TV, or entry-level computer without the need to invest in expensive gaming...
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  • After some high-profile opt outs, Nvidia GeForce Now swaps to an opt-in library

    After some high-profile opt outs, Nvidia GeForce Now swaps to an opt-in library

    1 month ago - By Gamasutra

    Game makers and publishers will now have to opt into having their game playable through Nvidia†™s game streaming service GeForce Now, and already has 200 publishers representing 2000 games on board. ...
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  • GeForce Now's new opt-in policy will likely mean a more stable library

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    When NVIDIA launched GeForce Now earlier this year, the streaming service ran into trouble with publishers like Activision Blizzard and Bethesda. A "misunderstanding" over what titles could stay on the platform after its beta led to some games leavin...
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