tch is a cloud gaming service that also includes access to over 100 premium games. The games appear to be “mobile quality” not to say they’re bad games, just simply not as demanding as games you would play on services like GeForce Now. Continue reading Sprint to Bring Hatch’s Cloud Gaming Platform to the U.S.
In this article, I’ll share the details on how to setup Synology’s C2 Backup Service on your NAS. Continue reading Synology C2 Backup – Setup Guide
In this article, I’ll share the details on how to make an ISO of your physical games so you can easily transfer them to your cloud server and play them anywhere! This is also a great way to backup your classic physical games to ensure playability years in the future even if these classics get damaged! Continue reading Play Your Physical Games in the Cloud
In an earlier episode of the Cloud Gaming Report, we discussed how Microsoft was planning on bringing Xbox Live to more platforms including the Nintendo Switch. Continue reading Xbox Gamepass Coming to Nintendo Switch?
Asher Kagan, the CEO of Blade, shared his thoughts on the fundamentals of how cloud gaming should be set up. He writes of the term “Netflix of Gaming” and how that’s bad for cloud gaming. Continue reading Blade’s CEO Talks Cloud Gaming
In this article, I’ll share the details on Synology C2 with a focus on pricing and features. I’ll dig into the special features of Synology C2 and share my thoughts on how they could be beneficial over what you would get with other cloud storage platforms. Continue reading Synology C2 – Pricing and Features
Google has started sending out invites to their GDC talk scheduled for March 19th. While the invite doesn’t state much, the general consensus is that they’ll discuss their cloud gaming platform at their event. Continue reading Google is Expected to Discuss its Cloud Gaming Service, Project Stream, at GDC!