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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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  • Google Responds to Angry Stadia Owners - Says It's Up to Publishers to Announce New Games

    A Google rep issued a statement in response to angry Stadia owners.

    Google has officially issued a response to growing ball of anger that are Stadia owners. In case you forgot, we brought you a story earlier this week detailing some of the complaints Stadia early adopters have had about the platform and about Google in general.

    In short, fans have been upset that they had gone 40 days without any new game announcements or even game releases for the streaming platform....
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  • Stadia Owners Angry as Google's Radio Silence Enters 40th Day

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    Stadia Owners Angry as Google's Radio Silence Enters 40th Day

    40 days and 0 games.

    Today marks the 70th day that the Google Stadia was "released" to early adopters and man, what an absolute mess it's been. Even when compared to most other Google launch disasters, the Stadia launch has been exceptionally bad. A post on the r/Stadia by user Gizoogle outlines just how much Google has completely bungled the launch of this new platform.

    The Reddit post in question has already surpassed 8,600 upvotes in the Stadia section and...
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  • The Acquisition Wars Continue as Typhoon Studios Joins Stadia

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    The Acquisition Wars Continue as Typhoon Studios Joins Stadia

    Another game development studio was acquired by a larger company.

    Stop me if you've heard this one before: A small, independent studio has been picked up by a much larger company today. This small studio was started by just two men. Together, they have multiple years of experience in the field, having helped to deliver a series of high-profile AAA game releases during their time at other studios.

    In looking to branch out, these two individuals built a new studio from the...
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  • Google Stadia is Out Today and Reportedly a 'Monumental Flop'

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    Google Stadia is Out Today and Reportedly a 'Monumental Flop'

    It's time for "good news, bad news."

    For Google, today is a bit of a mixed bag. The good news for them is that they just soft launched their first dedicated gaming platform, Stadia. The bad news is that it's reportedly a "monumental flop."

    Today, those who purchased the $130 Founder's Edition of Stadia are probably awaiting its delivery. The physical contents largely consisting of a unique Stadia controller and a Chromecast Ultra. Though you had to...
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  • Google Reveals Pricing on First Stadia Titles

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    Google Reveals Pricing on First Stadia Titles

    You might want to sit down for this one.

    Google has revealed the official pricing for the first batch of games that they are making available for the console's November 19th launch. What's interesting about this reveal is that it doesn't actually include prices for every launch game. Keep in mind that Google just recently added 10 additional titles, bringing their total to 22. The prices revealed in the list below seem to be only for those 12 initial games.

    From the looks...
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  • Google Adds Ten More Titles to Stadia Launch Lineup

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    Google Adds Ten More Titles to Stadia Launch Lineup

    Panic? Who's panicking? Not Google, that's for sure!

    Google initially announced a lineup of just 12 titles for their upcoming soft launch of Stadia. At least four of those titles were Tomb Raider and most of them were games already released on other platforms.

    This list of games for a new console launch was anemic, at best. This is even more true when you realize that the only people that are getting a shot at Stadia right now are those that forked over $130 for the ...
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  • Google Stadia Launch Games are Lacking

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    Google Stadia Launch Games are Lacking

    Stadia comes out of the gate already limping.

    With the soft launch of Google Stadia rapidly approaching, it seems like we're beyond due for a look at the platform's launch lineup. Hell, we're probably beyond due for a look at the Stadia UI and full featureset, but that is another matter entirely.

    Today, Google revealed a list of 12 games that will serve as the launch titles for when Stadia has a soft launch on November 19. For $130, you were able to get in on the ground...
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  • More Details About Google Stadia Revealed

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    More Details About Google Stadia Revealed

    The rumors were true.

    Google held their first ever Stadia Connect today in which they revealed some of the first concrete details about their new game streaming service. Stadia is set to let you stream games to any devices that can connect to a Chrome browser or through any device that supports a Chromecast. All of the heavy lifting is done at Google, meaning you do not need a high-end rig to play the latest and greatest. As it turns out, everything mentioned in the pre-Connect le...
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  • Google Stadia Pricing Leaks - Offering Subscription and Individual Purchase Options

    I need an umbrella for all these leaks!

    The Google Stadia Connect that is set to begin roughly right as this post goes live, will share the first details about the pricing structure for the upcoming streaming platform. As it turns out, that information was leaked earlier this morning. The information was reported on by Kotaku but originally shared by Canadian news outlet, La Presse.

    Stadia will include both a subscription model and offer up games for sale individually....
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  • Google Stadia Price and Game Announcements Coming this Thursday in Pre-E3 'Connect'

    Thus begins the stretch of "E3 news that is still technically pre-E3."

    Google announced today that they will be holding their first ever Stadia Connect this Thursday, June 6 at 9AM (PT). In case you have already forgotten what Stadia is, it is the new and upcoming gaming platform from Google. We talked about it back when it was officially announced in March.

    In short, Stadia is a new streaming platform that will allow you to play games up to 4K resolution, at...
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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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  • Logo for Google's Gaming Thing Revealed at GDC

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    Logo for Google's Gaming Thing Revealed at GDC


    We still don't fully know yet what gaming related thing Google is going to reveal this week at GDC 2019. However, we do know a couple of things.

    First, we know that Google is going to reveal whatever this thing is at 10AM (PT) on Wednesday. We also know that they have display cases ready to go that will house some sort of hardware. Or maybe they're being cheeky and they're already showing off something in those cases. Maybe it's a cloud. Really makes you think...

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  • Google Teases Their New Gaming Console in GDC 2019 Promo Video

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    Google Teases Their New Gaming Console in GDC 2019 Promo Video


    It's no secret that Google has been working on a gaming console. They've had a patent filed since late 2018 showing off the potential design for the new console's controller. It's kind of the typical console controller design that most of us have already come to know and probably love.

    It's currently unclear as to what Google has planned for this device. Multiple sources have said that it will be a console that focuses on streaming. However, some rumors have suggested that the...
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  • Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next

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    Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next


    First, Epic came for Steam on the PC front. They threw piles of cash at studios to put their games on the Epic Games Store for a period of exclusivity that lasts at least one year or more. Now, Epic may be going after that sweet, sweet mobile industry by launching their own mobile games store.

    This is according to a new report from MarketWatch.



    MarketWatch goes on to say that Epic will once again allow devs to keep 88% of earned revenues. This is in...
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