• Google Teasing Big 3rd Party Games Coming to Its Streaming Platform

    1 month ago - By IGN

    Google's Game Developer's Conference keynote graphic leading up to the live reveal appears to be low-key teasing games coming to its streaming box.
    The graphics, seen below, seem pretty obvious. There's one showing icons for sports, specifically five sports with games made by EA. There's also a graphic with a cowboy hat and horse, among other western-themed graphics, pointing to a potential Red Dead Redemption inclusion in Google's new platform.
    Check them out in the gallery below:
    Google announced its new streaming platform for gaming, Stadia, during its keynote from GDC 2019 .
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  • Google Stadia is a new cloud gaming platform with its own controller

    Google Stadia is a new cloud gaming platform with its own controller

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    After hyping up its big "vision for the future of gaming" for weeks, Google took the stage at GDC 2019 on Tuesday to unveil a new cloud gaming platform called Stadia. As expected, Stadia isn't a new console or a suite of hardware, but rather a service that will allow users to play games on virtually every device they own. At launch, Stadia will support desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets, and phones, and you can seamlessly jump between them all.
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  • Google Stadia: Streaming Games GDC Live Stream News, Start Time, How To Watch, And What We Know

    Google Stadia: Streaming Games GDC Live Stream News, Start Time, How To Watch, And What We Know

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    The big day is here. In less than an hour, Google will reveal some kind of gaming news at the Game Developers Conference. Exactly what that will be remains to be seen, as Google has been extremely vague in its teases. However, it seems safe to assume that what we'll see is a cloud gaming service and possibly some kind of related hardware, possibly named Google Stream. This has been the suspicion since the company first teased an announcement for GDC 2019, given its public experiments with cloud gaming. This being Google, it could be major news-cloud gaming is a big part of gaming's future...
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  • Here is Google's controller for its Stadia game streaming service

    Here is Google's controller for its Stadia game streaming service

    1 month ago - By The Verge

    Earlier this month, a patent surfaced that revealed a possible design for a forthcoming Google game controller. Now that Google has officially unveiled its long-expected cloud gaming service , called Stadia, we can finally get a look at what the gamepad actually looks like and how it works.
    And it looks, well, much like a Dual Shock controller, with a pair of twin sticks, a D-pad, and plenty of face and shoulder buttons. The one distinguishing feature, aside from the crisp white color scheme, is the home button featuring the new Stadia logo.
    Developing...
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  • Google's Stadia game-streaming platform kills huge downloads

    1 month ago - By TechCrunch

    Onstage at GDC, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company's latest big initiative, taking on the entire gaming industry with a live-streaming service called Stadia.
    The service will let gamers leave their hefty GPUs and expensive systems behind. Pichai says that the service can be used on devices with a chrome browser and an internet connection. To Google that means Stadia will launch on desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets and phones.
    Google working on new gaming efforts here isn't exactly a surprise. Last fall, the company launched a pilot program of sorts with Project Stream, allowing...
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  • Google is launching a game-streaming service, Stadia

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    Google is getting into game streaming. The company today revealed Stadia, the evolution of its efforts to make digital, on-demand video games reliable and viable. And, of course, it comes with an accompanying subscription plan. Google dropped the new...
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  • Google announces its cloud gaming platform at last: Google Stadia

    Google announces its cloud gaming platform at last: Google Stadia

    1 month ago - By Pocket-lint

    Google has announced the "future of gaming" in the form of its own cloud gaming platform. Unveiled during a dedicated event at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Google Stadia is the firm's new service. It is designed to offer triple-A gaming instantly and potentially on every connected device available. "Think about the web, you can share a link and it loads instantly. We want games to feel that way too," said Google CEO Sundar Pichai. More to follow...
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  • Watch Google Live Stream From GDC 2019: Streaming/Cloud Gaming Tech Expected

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    Google has never had a significant presence in games, but it appears ready to enter the market in a major way. The company recently teased a special presentation to take place at the Game Developers Conference, and that's now just minutes away. The presentation will take place as a GDC 2019 keynote today, March 19 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 5 PM GMT. While it hasn't specifically confirmed this is related to cloud or streaming games, that's all but guaranteed at this point. For its part, Google promises it will reveal its "vision for the future of gaming." If you're interested in watch along...
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  • Watch Google's GDC gaming keynote livestream here

    1 month ago - By GamesIndustry

    Search giant has promised to unveil its "vision for the future of gaming", which is expected to showcase on-demand streaming
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  • Google GDC 2019 cloud gaming keynote: Watch it here at 1 PM ET

    Google GDC 2019 cloud gaming keynote: Watch it here at 1 PM ET

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    The annual Game Developers Conference isn't known for generating big headlines, but this year is different. Google announced earlier this year that it will hold a keynote at the event, during which it is expected to formally announce its long-awaited cloud gaming platform. The whole thing is shrouded in mystery, but we'll see exactly how Google plans to compete in the video game market at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 19th.
    We got a taste of Google's platform last fall, when the company invited select users to try out its Project Stream cloud gaming tech by letting them stream...
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  • Watch Google Debut Game Streaming Tech AT GDC 2019

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    Even amid controversies threatening the very core of its business model, Google still manages to innovate and expand its portfolio to entirely new segments.
    It did so once already in very recent memory, i.e. the Pixel 3 series late last year, taking the tech media news cycle by storm even as the full details of its Google+ security scandal were emerging.
    The current situation isn't ideal either, between political pressure from both sides of the ideological aisle in the U.S. becoming more intense by the day and a vocal portion of consumers still protesting the firm's decision to drop a...
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  • Details of Google streaming game service revealed ahead of today's big unveiling

    1 month ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    Google is expected to reveal a new streaming gaming service today at GDC. While rumors regarding the service have been floating around for months, new details have come to light which finally gives us a better understanding of what Google is aiming for. While streaming gaming services aren't anything new, Google's approach will be different from what we've seen before. Rather than focusing on a specific piece of hardware to power the gaming service, Google wants to make it platform agnostic, allowing users to play games using their computers, TV, smartphones and even the lowly Chromecast...
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  • Watch Google's GDC Keynote Live Stream Here; Cloud Gaming Service News Expected

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    Google is preparing to make its way into the world of video games with a special presentation at the Game Developers Conference. The presentation will take place as a GDC keynote today, March 19 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 5 PM GMT , and Google promises it will reveal its "vision for the future of gaming." Google will be streaming the entire presentation through its own YouTube video platform, so you can come right back here at showtime to see it all firsthand. It hasn't specified how long this will run for or exactly what kind of news it has in store, although a display seen in the GDC lobby...
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  • Watch Google's GDC game-streaming event right here at 1PM ET

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    Google is planning to reveal its "vision for the future of gaming" at the Game Developers Conference later today, where it seems we'll finally get a look at the company's long-rumored streaming project. Likened to a "Netflix for games," Project...
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