• Stadia's Google Assistant integration is the gaming feature I never knew I needed

    1 month ago - By The Next Web

    Google today revealed just what kind of hat it intends to throw in the gaming ring - a cloud streaming service called Stadia. Most of the news was a lot of blue sky development jargon, but it did reveal one thing about Stadia that'll probably do more to help gamers than any new controller or lack of latency: a dedicated walkthrough button. Most of the reveal was focused on what Stadia could offer game developers - which is natural, as it took place at a game developer's conference. Supposedly it'll offer the ability to stream games from anything that runs a...
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  • First Look: Stadia Controller

    First Look: Stadia Controller

    1 month ago - By TechRadar

    At Google's opening keynote at this year's Game Developers Conference, CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled the future of game-streaming: Stadia. The correct plural pronunciation of the word ‘stadium', Stadia will offer gamers an arena to watch and participate, game and stream their games to the wider world. It's ambitious and, despite some huge unknown factors like cost, game library and recommended specs, potentially game-changing. Part and parcel of Stadia is the new Stadia Controller - a Wi-Fi-enabled gamepad created by Google's hardware team that will help you get the most from the streaming...
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  • Here's What We're Hearing About Google's Plans For Gaming

    Here's What We're Hearing About Google's Plans For Gaming

    1 month ago - By N4G

    Tomorrow, the tech giant Google will reveal its newest plans for entering the video game world. What were hearing suggests that the main focus isnt on a console, as has been speculated, but instead a streaming platform with all sorts of bells and whistles. And a fancy new controller that you can use to play it.-Kotaku
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  • GDC 2019: Google Stadia Video Game Controller Revealed

    GDC 2019: Google Stadia Video Game Controller Revealed

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    At the Game Developers Conference, Google unveiled its vision for the future of video games: a cloud streaming service called Stadia , which gives instant access to play games across Chromebooks, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. In other words, it's a platform that is accessible through devices you may already own, and it will will be compatible with keyboards and other input devices you might have, too. However, Google will also release its own proprietary Stadia controller, and now we know what it looks like and how it works. The Stadia controller was shown off at GDC in three different...
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  • Google's Stadia Controller Hides The Konami Code, Which Has Some New Tricks

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    At Google's GDC 2019 keynote , company VP Phil Harrison revealed a new cloud gaming streaming service called Stadia. During the presentation, Harrison also unveiled a new controller specifically designed for Stadia. The floor model that's currently being displayed at the show, as confirmed by GameSpot' sister site CNET , has the Konami code engraved on it. You can see the engraving in the tweet below. According to Polygon , you can go to Stadia's website and actually input the Konami code with your computer keyboard to find a cool Easter egg: a 3D model of the new controller. You can spin...
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  • Doom Eternal Gameplay Running On Google Stadia

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    Watch brand-new, never-before-seen footage of Doom Eternal running on Stadia, Google's new video game streaming platform, at GDC 2019.
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  • DOOM 2016 - Google Stadia Gameplay

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    We got the chance to rip and tear all over again playing DOOM 2016 on Stadia, Google's new video game streaming platform, at GDC 2019.
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  • Here are the games coming to Google Stadia so far

    Here are the games coming to Google Stadia so far

    1 month ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google recently revealed its Stadia video game streaming service at the Game Developers Conference. Stadia doesn't run on traditional console hardware, rather it streams video games to any smartphone, laptop, PC or TV as long as it features built-in Chromecast support or the ability to run Chrome. Google showcased a few playable games that will be available on Stadia during its GDC keynote, though the company says it has plans to continue partnering with more developers. Here are the third-party games shown off for Stadia so far. Assassin's Creed Odyssey (originally tested on Google's...
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