• Every Google Stadia Game Confirmed So Far

    1 month ago - By Game Rant

    Here is a list of every confirmed Google Stadia game coming to the streaming and sharing platform so far, including major third-party titles and open-world RPGs.
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  • How Google Stadia Pricing Could Work, According To Ubisoft's CEO

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    Google's Stadia announcement shared an in-depth look at the streaming platform, technology, features, and more. One conspicuously missing component was price, either for the first-party controller or for games. Ubisoft's Yves Guillemot, whose company partnered with Google for the Project Stream test last year, shared some thoughts in an interview. Project Stream was a free test of Assassin's Creed Odyssey , but how will we pay for future games offered through Stadia? "I think we will have a multitude of ways," Guillemot told GameSpot. "Either you buy full price and you play; or you will be...
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  • Google announces Stadia game streaming platform

    1 month ago - By ZDnet

    Stadia platform will let you play games on Google's servers but beam high-quality video feeds to your own devices.
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  • Hey Google, we have some questions about your Stadia gaming service

    Hey Google, we have some questions about your Stadia gaming service

    1 month ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google announced Stadia , the tech giant's video game streaming service, at this year's Game Developers Conference. Stadia aims to change the direction of the video game industry, promising a seamless gaming experience with social platform integration via YouTube. That said, there are important questions Google still hasn't answered about the service, some of which will be pivotal to Stadia's success. Is there an offline mode? Here's a pretty easy question to answer: will Stadia feature an offline mode? It's safe to say that it likely won't, which is likely to hamper enthusiasm for the...
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  • The Rise of Streamed Gaming Is Video Games' Scariest New Trend

    1 month ago - By IGN

    This article was originally published during E3 2018 after several developers announced plans for a push toward streamed gaming. We are refreshing and republishing it now with the announcement of Google's streamed gaming platform, Stadia. Streamed gaming continues to be a growing topic, but the concerns expressed here a year ago are still as prevalent as ever.
    Last year's E3 was full of signs pointing toward the coming rise of streamed gaming. EA announced a push toward it at its press conference, followed by Microsoft announcing similar plans of its own (which have been repeatedly backed...
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  • Did Google just win the console war without a console?

    1 month ago - By N4G

    If you havent already heard, Google has just announced its new gaming platform, Stadia, at the Game Developers Conference in San Fransico.
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  • Google announces browser-based streaming game service

    1 month ago - By Reuters

    Alphabet Inc's Google announced on Tuesday 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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  • Here's all the news from the Google Stadia GDC presentation

    Here's all the news from the Google Stadia GDC presentation

    1 month ago - By Digital Trends

    Google announced its new game streaming service Stadia during GDC 2019. Here is all the news from the event, including news on YouTube streaming and quickly accessing your favorite new games.
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  • Google Stadia Cloud Gaming Service Is A Much Different PS4/Xbox One Competitor

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

    1 month 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's Stadia Gaming Controller Looks A Lot Like Sony's DualShock Controllers

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    At GDC in San Francisco today, Google announced its new game streaming service, Stadia. It also announced a new controller, which looks a whole lot like a PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller. That is not necessarily a bad thing, as Sony does make some really great controllers.
    The Stadia controller does also sport a D-Pad on the left, with two joysticks as well as four buttons on the right. Google is going to be offering it in three colors, as you can see from the image above. There's a white controller with orange accents below the joysticks. While the black one has white accents and...
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  • Google Stadia Will Launch In The US, Canada & Europe In 2019

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    Google's new streaming gaming platform will launch in the US, Canada and Europe later this year. Google did not give a specific date, other than the fact that it was launching in 2019. That could mean next week, it could also mean December.
    With Stadia launching in Canada and Europe as well as the US, it's a departure from what Google typically does. Which is to launch a new product in the US only, before bringing it to other countries many months down the road. This is going to make those in Canada and Europe a bit more excited for the platform.
    The fact that the time frame for launching...
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  • Google's New Stadia Game-Streaming Service Is For Any & All Devices

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    Google today announced its new game-streaming platform, Stadia .
    It remains early days right now, with limited content confirmed, but what is clearly one of the main selling points is device support. Or more accurately, the lack of device support due to the overall lack of devices needed.
    Google has already repeated the point that “ the future of gaming is not a box ” and that seems to be true. If anything, it is boxes. As Stadia is related to the Google Chrome browser and so in theory the platform can be accessed on any device that connects to the internet.
    All you really need is a...
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  • Google's Stadia game streaming platform aims to revive couch co-op

    Google's Stadia game streaming platform aims to revive couch co-op

    1 month ago - By MobileSyrup

    As online multiplayer gaming has grown increasingly popular over the past 20 years, the concept of playing a game in the same room as someone is mostly a thing of the past. This is something Erin Hoffman-John, Google's lead research and development designer on Stadia , says the tech giant's new video game streaming platform aims to change through functionality the company calls ‘Stream Connect.' Rather than rendering two experiences simultaneously on the same physical hardware, Stadia allows developers to offload all of the heavy-lifting to Google's cloud-based processors. Google showed...
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  • Google sent Stadia development kits to more than 100 game studios

    Google sent Stadia development kits to more than 100 game studios

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    Google took the wraps off its anticipated video game streaming platform today, unveiling Stadia at the Game Developers Conference. The company has laid out the details for both future players and developers, stating that it will be working on building games exclusively for its new platform via its new Stadia Games and Entertainment division. The company has already started working...
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  • Doom Eternal Announced for Google Stadia with 4K and 60 FPS

    1 month ago - By Game Rant

    At the announcement of the Google Stadia game-streaming platform, id Software announces that its upcoming franchise installment, DOOM Eternal, will be on the service.
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  • Google Stadia Streaming Games Platform: GDC 2019 News, Controller, And More

    Google Stadia Streaming Games Platform: GDC 2019 News, Controller, And More

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    After weeks of teasing a Game Developers Conference presentation , Google has finally outlined its vision for the future of video games. The company has announced Stadia , a platform built on streaming games live through the cloud. It's a very different kind of platform, not tied to a console box or PC, but it already has recognizable qualities like its own controller and first-party development studio. Read on for all the details. Where Did This Come From? The presentation began with Google CEO Sundar Pichai talking about how the company has been experimenting with streaming game...
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  • Google unveils first-party game studio led by Jade Raymond

    Google unveils first-party game studio led by Jade Raymond

    1 month ago - By Gamasutra

    As Google took the wraps off its streaming game platform Stadia, the company also announced Stadia Games and Entertainment - a new game studio headed up by industry vet Jade Raymond. ...
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  • Watch Stadia Stream Games On Multiple Devices - Google GDC 2019 Gaming Announcement

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    Google demonstrated how its new streaming service Stadia can be used to play games across multiple devices, switching seamlessly between them.
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  • Canadian video game exec Jade Raymond to lead Google's Stadia game studio

    Canadian video game exec Jade Raymond to lead Google's Stadia game studio

    1 month ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google announced that Jade Raymond will head its Stadia Games and Entertainment studio at its GDC conference in San Francisco, California. Raymond is a Canadian video game producer and executive. She's also an industry veteran, having founded Ubisoft Toronto and Motive Studios, and has worked at Sony and EA in the past. Raymond's division at Stadia will work with big and small game developers, sharing key tools and technology to help improve games. Additionally, Raymond will help in Google's push to create its own games for Stadia. The company says more than 100 studios already have dev...
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  • Google announces Stadia, its cross-platform game streaming service

    Google announces Stadia, its cross-platform game streaming service

    1 month ago - By The Next Web

    At the 2019 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, Google unveiled Stadia, its all-you-can-play game streaming service. It's launching sometime this year, first in the US, Canada, UK, and most of Europe. The service will let you play all manner of computer games streamed from Google‘s data centers to your devices running the Chrome browser or ChromeOS platform, or even your TV with a Chromecast plugged in. You won't need any additional hardware to run Stadia, and you won't need to install anything to play games. Welcome to Stadia, an all-new way to play from Google. Coming...
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