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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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  • 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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  • Microsoft Reveals Cloud Game Streaming Technology - Project xCloud

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    Microsoft Reveals Cloud Game Streaming Technology - Project xCloud

    Microsoft today unveiled their latest in cloud streaming technology. They're currently calling it Project xCloud and this "state-of-the-art" technology will allow consumers to stream games on any platform of their choice. If you've seen or heard of one streaming service, you probably know the deal by now.

    The Microsoft blog entry on Project xCloud does a pretty good job at giving you the rundown on what this technology will allow you to do.
    Ultimately, Project xCloud is
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