• The Google Stadia game controller feels surprisingly great

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Google today took the wraps off its Stadia cloud gaming platform , showing off a bold but largely untested vision of the future of gaming that involves distributing and playing software in real-time over the internet. We still don't know a lot about how Stadia will work, how much it might cost, whether it will operate as a Netflix-style subscription service for consumers or use a different business model, or when exactly it will come out later this year. But we did get our hands on the custom controller Google built , the only physical piece of the Stadia package.
    Surprisingly, the Stadia...
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  • Why Google Stadia could have the PS5 and Xbox Two running scared

    Why Google Stadia could have the PS5 and Xbox Two running scared

    2 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Google has introduced Stadia , its streaming game platform that will let you play graphics-intensive mainstream games from within a Chrome browser window using a basic internet connection, no hardcore hardware needed. These are big claims, but if Google can pull it off, Stadia could change the gaming landscape. Here's why it might take a chomp out of the marketshare from the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two. First up: we know very little about either next-generation console... not even their release dates. Some rumors have suggested a PS5 could be coming some time in 2019, others say we...
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  • Stadia is Google's Game-Streaming Service

    Stadia is Google's Game-Streaming Service

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Scoop

    Google today announced a new, cloud-based service called Stadia that lets people play high-quality games on any device without downloading them. It also caters to people who like to watch others play games, in a way that's integrated with YouTube and competes with Twitch. The service supports high-end 3D games at up to 4K / 60 fps, on any device that supports Chrome, including Android phones, tablets, low-end desktops, and TVs with certain Chromecast dongles. It supports existing input devices, as well as a new Stadia Controller that links directly to the cloud via Wi-Fi. The controller...
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  • Google Stadia Hands-on Impressions From GDC 2019

    Google Stadia Hands-on Impressions From GDC 2019

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Google made a big splash at GDC 2019 with its announcement of Stadia , the cloud-based platform that streams games from a remote data center to nearly any device-laptops, phones, tablets, PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, and TVs with Chromecast. All graphics processing is relegated to off-site hardware, meaning there's little stress on your local hardware; all you need is a strong internet connection. It's a technologically impressive concept that has come to fruition, and we were one of the first to experience what it's like to play games on Stadia. Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Doom (2016) were...
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  • Google Stadia revealed as a game streaming service for all platforms - TVs and phones included

    2 monthes ago - By Pocketnow

    The new service was announced as a major step to taking the burden off of gamers for having to own massive, powerful computers to play.
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  • Google announces browser-based streaming game service

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Alphabet Inc's Google announced on Tuesday that it would launch this year a browser-based video game streaming service dubbed Stadia that attempts to capitalize on the company's cloud technology and global network of data centers.
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  • Google Stadia Cloud Gaming Service Is A New, Much Different PS4/Xbox One Competitor

    Google Stadia Cloud Gaming Service Is A New, Much Different PS4/Xbox One Competitor

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Google has formally announced its plans for a video game streaming platform called Stadia , offering games on demand streamed through the cloud. Stadia is planned for launch this year and allows you to stream games across a variety of devices with very little friction. The platform aims to bring together playing, spectating, and developing games onto a single platform. As an example, you could view Assassin's Creed Odyssey on YouTube and then begin playing it through streaming in "as little as five seconds." Things like game updates and patches and system requirements are effectively a...
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  • Google GDC Keynote Announces Stadia - GS News Update

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Google Announces Stadia, a video game streaming service aimed to bring playing, spectating, and developing games onto a single platform.
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  • Hands On With Google Stadia: Doom 2016 Gameplay

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Google Stadia promises to let you stream games across multiple devices and even switch between them. See what that looks like in this off-screen gameplay from Doom and a special tech demo from Google's 2019 GCD Gaming Announcement.
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  • Google unveils Stadia, the ultimate streaming game service

    Google unveils Stadia, the ultimate streaming game service

    2 monthes ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    Stadia is the name Google has given to its new streaming game service which will allow subscribers to stream and play video games on their computers, TVs and smartphones. The service will rely on the Chrome Browser, Google's Chromecast and its Pixel devices to enable 4k streams at 60pfs to subscribers in the US, Canada, the UK and Europe starting later in 2019.
    Google's Stadia is an evolution of Google's Project Stream which ran as a public beta a few months back, allowing users to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey on their computers through the Chrome browser. While gameplay shouldn't be any...
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  • Google Announces ‘Stadia' Game Streaming Service

    Google Announces ‘Stadia' Game Streaming Service

    2 monthes ago - By ExtremeTech

    At GDC 2019, Google has unveiled Stadia, its new cloud-based gaming platform. It lets you play AAA games on any device with Chrome including laptops, phones, tablets, and TVs.
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