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  • Stadia Finally Branching Out to More Android Devices

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    Stadia Finally Branching Out to More Android Devices

    Will no longer be locked to Pixel phones.

    Since Stadia's launch, the only customers that could stream their games directly to their phones were those that owned Pixel devices. Beginning on February 20, Google will finally expand the mobile support for Stadia to include 19 additional phones that don't fall under the Stadia umbrella. The expanded roster of Android phones will include devices made by Samsung, Razer, and ASUS.

    For those who don't know, Pixel phones are the...
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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 Reportedly Releasing an All-Digital Xbox One in May

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    Microsoft Reportedly Releasing an All-Digital Xbox One in May


    The "all digital future" may be closer than you think if a new rumor is to be believed. According to Brad Sams from Thurrott.com, Microsoft is getting ready to release an Xbox One S console that doesn't have a disc drive.

    Sams says that the internal codename for this device is "Xbox Maverick" with the public facing name being "Xbox One S All-Digital Edition." Pre-orders are apparently slated to go live mid-April with a release possibly coming as...
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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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  • Resident Evil 7 Coming to Switch via Experimental Cloud Streaming

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    Resident Evil 7 Coming to Switch via Experimental Cloud Streaming

    So the good news here is that Resident Evil 7 is coming to the Nintendo Switch! The bad news is that it's only coming out in Japan. The potentially worse newsis that it's only being made available as a cloud based streaming game. I suppose that's why they're actually calling it Resident Evil 7 Cloud Version there.

    Resident Evil 7 Cloud Version seems to be the first streaming only game that has been announced for the Switch. The "download" for the game is just 45MB but you...
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  • Resident Evil 7 Coming to Switch via Experimental Cloud Streaming

    So the good news here is that Resident Evil 7 is coming to the Nintendo Switch! The bad news is that it's only coming out in Japan. The potentially...
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