Stadia Announces Five New Games, but Players Aren’t Happy

While most Stadia users are happy with new games, many are disappointed with their quality. The First on Stadia titles represent a move in the right direction, but a AAA title to bolster the proposition would have mitigated the slow release of games.

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Nvidia’s GeForce Now Could Be the End of Google Stadia

GeForce Now is Nvidia's answer to live game streaming, and it's an amazing product. So amazing in fact that it might even spell disaster for Google Stadia. Since Alphabet's streaming service launched, it's been met with nothing but criticism.

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Why Google Stadia & Microsoft xCloud Will Be Dead on Arrival

By CCN Markets: In the last 12 months, major technology companies have rushed to dive into video game streaming. Microsoft's Project xCloud is in testing, Google Stadia launches in November, and Samsung just unveiled the PlayGalaxy Link. Sony has PlayStation Now, and Amazon is rumored to be entering the fray too. Two Reasons Game Streaming […]

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Jio Console: 5 Things You NEED to Know About India’s Stadia Rival

By CCN Markets: Google tantalized the gaming industry when it revealed that its console, Stadia, would be a streaming service. However, Jio, India's telecom giant, is promising what it claims could be an even better platform in India. Jio's console launches in early September, nearly two months ahead of Google's service, and it could provide […]

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Google Reveals Key Details of its 4K 60fps Gaming Challenger Stadia

By CCN Markets:  Google Stadia will be the first open challenger to dominant Sony or Microsoft in years. Nintendo has always continued in the fringes, ever since its highs in the era of $70 Nintendo 64 games, while Microsoft and Sony have unwittingly built the modern gaming world’s online architecture. The race for the console is on Both have online services. For Microsoft, this alone is a core source of revenue; everyone who plays online pays a small monthly fee. PlayStation Network is different; Sony doesn’t charge merely for access. They recently announced that they’re partnering with Microsoft to extend

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