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  • All Known Launch Games for Amazon Luna

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    All Known Launch Games for Amazon Luna

    Luna is a new streaming service from Amazon.

    Amazon is pushing even further into the realm of gaming this week with their announcement of Amazon Luna, a new cloud gaming platform similar to Google Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud. Like Stadia, Luna will be compatible with a number of different devices, many of which are made by Amazon.

    The full list of supported devices includes the following:
    • PC (Windows 10 with DirectX 11 support)
    • Mac (OSX 10.13 or later)
    • Fire TV
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  • Nvidia's Game Streaming Service Finally Leaves Beta

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    Nvidia's Game Streaming Service Finally Leaves Beta

    GeForce Now is now live.

    After quite some time cooking in a development oven, Nvidia has finally released their game-streaming service to everyone. They call it GeForce Now and is an already fairly proven competitor to other streaming services such as Google Stadia and Microsoft's upcoming Project xCloud.

    While Stadia relies more on a Google curated list of games and xCloud is mainly focused on Xbox titles, GeForce Now attempts to let you stream just about any PC game...
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  • Microsoft's xCloud Streaming Service Surpasses 50 Games

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    Microsoft's xCloud Streaming Service Surpasses 50 Games

    Meanwhile, at Google...

    Microsoft announced a big expansion to its Project xCloud streaming service today. At X019, the company revealed over 50 additional games for xCloud. This is a big jump from the initial five titles that were available at the initial launch just one month prior.

    Microsoft is now working with over 25 partners to bring these 50 games to you. Some of these titles include Tekken 7, Madden NFL 20, World War Z, and Just Cause 4 to name a few. This should...
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  • Google Unveils 'Stadia' Gaming Platform and Controller, Launching in 2019

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    Google Unveils 'Stadia' Gaming Platform and Controller, Launching in 2019


    A short time ago today, Google formerly unveiled their new gaming platform. It's called Stadia and it's slated to launch later this year. It is a streaming platform that utilizes server hardware more powerful than an Xbox One X to deliver games in up to 4K, 60fps with HDR capabilities to your screen of choice.

    During their presentation, Google showed off their Stadia controller that can be used across a number of devices. They showed Assassin's Creed: Odyssey being streamed...
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  • Google Wants to Stream Assassin's Creed Odyssey to You Through Chrome

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    Google Wants to Stream Assassin's Creed Odyssey to You Through Chrome

    The idea of streaming a game to an end consumer isn't a radically new idea. It's been around for years now in one form or another, including with current services like PlayStation Now or Nvidia's similarly named GeForce Now. But streaming a game through a browser? Well, that's a bit different and not really something that's been done on the scale of a AAA game. At least, it wasn't a thing until now. Google, of all companies, announced Project Stream earlier today. They're calling it a "techn...
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  • YouTube Gaming Launches on Wednesday

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    YouTube Gaming Launches on Wednesday

    Tomorrow (Wednesday), YouTube Gaming will officially launch to the public. You will be able to head to the YouTube Gaming site (or check out the YouTube Gaming app on your mobile device) and begin streaming to your friends and strangers alike. YouTube Gaming will allow everyone to see what games are being streamed and who is streaming. YouTube claims that it will be the "go-to destination for anything and everything gaming." Along with tomorrow's public launch, a beta launch of the se...
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    YouTube Gaming Launches on Wednesday

    Tomorrow (Wednesday), YouTube Gaming will officially launch to the public. You will be able to head to the YouTube Gaming site (or check out...
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  • YouTube Looks to Take on Twitch with YouTube Gaming

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    YouTube Looks to Take on Twitch with YouTube Gaming

    This Summer, Google will roll out YouTube Gaming to the masses. This direct competitor to streaming services such as Twitch and Hitbox will allow you to host live streams of your favorite games directly to your subscribers. This service will launch with a new app and a new website.
    YouTube Gaming is built to be all about your favorite games and gamers, with more videos than anywhere else. From "Asteroids" to "Zelda," more than 25,000 games will each have their own page, a single
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  • YouTube Looks to Take on Twitch with YouTube Gaming

    This Summer, Google will roll out YouTube Gaming to the masses. This direct competitor to streaming services such as Twitch and Hitbox will allow...
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  • OnLive Still Alive But Only Until April 30

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    OnLive Still Alive But Only Until April 30

    Hey everybody, OnLive is still a thing! Well, it will be still a thing until April 30 when it will shut down (again) for good. As of today, no additional subscription renewals will take place for OnLive. If you were charged for a subscription on or after March 20, you will be issued a refund.

    All is not lost, however, as Sony has bought over 140 cloud gaming patents that OnLive held.
    "These strategic purchases open up great opportunities for our gamers, and gives
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  • OnLive Still Alive But Only Until April 30

    Hey everybody, OnLive is still a thing! Well, it will be still a thing until April 30 when it will shut down (again) for good. As of today,...
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  • Xbox One Streaming Coming to Windows 10 PCs and Tablets

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    Xbox One Streaming Coming to Windows 10 PCs and Tablets

    Another hot item was revealed today during the Windows 10 media briefing from Microsoft. The company revealed that you will be able to stream the Xbox One experience, including games, to your Windows 10 based PCs and tablets.

    Microsoft's Phil Spencer revealed the news by showing Forza Horizon 2 being streamed from an Xbox One to a Microsoft Surface. The service seems to work similar to remote streaming on Steam, the PlayStation 4, and Nvidia tablets. Simply set up a connection...
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  • Xbox One Streaming Coming to Windows 10 PCs and Tablets

    Another hot item was revealed today during the Windows 10 media briefing from Microsoft. The company revealed that you will be able to stream the Xbox...
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  • Steam Broadcasting Announced - Stream your Steam Games to Your Steam Friends

    Steam Broadcasting Announced - Stream your Steam Games to Your Steam Friends

    Valve has announced a new beta today, this time for Steam Broadcasting.
    Starting today Steam gamers may watch their friends' games through the click of a button via Steam Broadcasting, now available in beta. Steam Broadcast is designed for ease of use, allowing anyone to view a friend's game by simply clicking on "Watch Game" on their Friend's profile or Friend's List to open a window into their gameplay - no game ownership, special fees, or additional apps required. The beta is
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  • Steam Broadcasting Announced - Stream your Steam Games to Your Steam Friends

    Valve has announced a new beta today, this time for Steam Broadcasting.
    Starting today Steam gamers may watch their friends' games through
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