It appears that RTX finally has the chance to make an apperance in cloud gaming services in the future as Nvidia has just revealed their RTX server pods. A pod can accomodate up to 32 servers, each with the capability of being loaded with up to 40 RTX cards. Continue reading Nvidia Launches RTX Server Pods!
Google’s Stadia is a cloud gaming platform. With cloud gaming, the game you’re playing is actually rendered on a server in one of Google’s 19 datacenters. This allows the device that you’re gaming on to no longer require powerful hardware. Continue reading What is Stadia?
Quite some time ago Valve added capabilities to stream games from one machine on your network to another. It was possible to use this feature remotely but this complicated the setup through the use of VPNs. Continue reading Valve Launches Steam Link Anywhere
In a recent Inside Xbox video, Microsoft hosted a short discussion on Project xCloud. Two major topics from the discussion was that the aim is not to replace consoles but really to supplement them. The second major topic was that Microsoft intends to launch public testing later this year. Continue reading Microsoft Talks Project xCloud on Inside Xbox
In the latest update for Parsec, they added several new features and have fixed a handful of bugs. The first new feature is the ability to set cutom hotkeys for the various actions within the Parsec client. Continue reading Parsec adds Exclusive Input, Custom Hotkeys and Rumble Support
Today is the day! The Shadow Ghost is now available to purchase by Shadow subscribers for $139.95 which includes shipping. Continue reading The Shadow Ghost is Now Available!
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.