Almost a week ago the director of product for Google Stadia, Andrey Doronichev hosted an AMA on Reddit. This has given me time to fully read the AMA and think about the new details revealed during the event. Continue reading Thoughts on the Google Stadia AMA
Checking this box shows two new datacenters here in the United States. One located in Miami, Florida and the second Seattle, Washington. Continue reading Shadow Launching Two New Datacenters?
Microsoft began work on a project to create an Xbox controller that would be compatabile with phones and tablets. The project began in 2014 with a foam model followed by a 3D printed prototype. Continue reading Microsoft Revisits Switch Like Xbox Controllers
The liveshow is starting now! We’re expecting some Project xCloud news from Microsoft’s Xbox event so stay tuned as I liveblog the livestream for Cloud Gaming related news! Continue reading Xbox E3 Show – Project xCloud LiveBlog
When Founder’s Edition: Late 2019 (Rumors indicate November) $130 bundle: Chromecast Ultra Stadia Controller 3 months of Stadia Pro for you and a friend Destiny 2 Collection Everyone Else: 2020 What Devices Desktops, TV (via Chromecast), Tablets and Pixel 3 and 3a phones. Pricing Stadia Base FREE! Up to 1080P @ 60 FPS Stadia Pro $9.99/month Up to 4K Resolution w/ HDR @ 60 FPS … Continue reading Stadia Launch Details: Pricing, Launch Date and More!
Due to the efforts of Microsoft and their dedication to backwards capability, xCloud could technically launch with 3,500+ games. Once a game is made available on the Xbox One, developers don’t need to maintain a seperate code base or really do anything for the game to be compatible with xCloud. Continue reading Project xCloud Could Launch with 3,500+ Games!
EricPlayz132 on the Nvidia community forums has discovered a leak into a possible change in the near future for GeForce Now. In a recent update Eric found an error message stating that “You’ve been disconnected because you’ve run out of credits.” It’s important to keep in mind that this is purely a leak and may never see the light of day. It’s common in the … Continue reading Nvidia GeForce Now to Add Credits?
While I’m a bit late to reporting this news, I still thought it was important enough to warrant a write-up. Phil Spencer announced that Project xCloud had moved to the next stage of development last week. Continue reading Project xCloud Reaches takehome Internal Testing
After just over 5 years on the market, Sony’s cloud gaming service has reached 700,000 users! Those are pretty impressive numbers for a tech that is still in the early adopter phase. Since the launch of the service, Sony has seen an average userbase growth of 40% per year. Continue reading PlayStation Now Reaches 700k Users!
I’ve seen numerous articles and videos talk about the exciting and innovative features that Stadia presents – and I’m not here to discount those features at all. Stadia is certainly an exciting concept and I can’t wait to get my hands on it! With that in mind, I’ve had time to process Google’s announcement, and there are several roadblocks that could prevent Stadia from being an instant success. Continue reading What Roadblocks Stand in Stadia’s Way?