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Inverse

Google Stadia: Early Signs Point to an Absolutely Stacked Roster of Games

Even a great roster of games will get old after a while, though it looks like Google is laying the groundwork to deliver on this. During Stadia's unveiling at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco Tuesday, the company announced partnerships with ...

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Forbes

Google Has Killed 147 Projects, Will Stadia Join Them?

This week Google announced Stadia, an ambitious game streaming platform that lets you fire up a video game on practically any device with an internet connection. It will boast drastically reduced loading times, synergy with YouTube and has more compute ...

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The Verge

Google Stadia chief predicts the cloud will be the game console of the future

Google this week announced a bold vision for the future of gaming with Stadia, a new cloud gaming platform that promises to upend the industry by changing how games are played, distributed, sold, and even built. But during its Stadia reveal at Game ...

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Polygon

How much of gaming will be left after Google Stadia?

Google didn't announce a new gaming console this week, and executives from the company would tell you that's the whole point. Google announced a platform called Stadia, the plural form of “stadium,” which will stream games to players; the company will ...

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The Verge

Stadia is about the future of YouTube, not gaming

Yesterday, Google announced plans for a new game-streaming service called Stadia. Besides the logo, the controller, and a single game — Doom Eternal — the announcement left us with more questions than answers. Primary in my mind has been the query ...

- The Verge

Polygon

Inside Google Stadia

Google ended last year with a public test of Project Stream, which let you stream the full version of Asassin's Creed Odyssey from a Chrome browser. It worked surprisingly well, even on a Chromebook. It was also, unsurprisingly, a very clear signal of its next ...

- Polygon

The Verge

Google's Stadia looks like an early beta of the future of gaming

“The future of gaming is not a box,” according to Google. “It's a place.” Just like how humans have built stadiums for sports over hundreds of years, Google believes it's building a virtual stadium, aptly dubbed Stadia, for the future of games to be played ...

- The Verge

Forbes

All 3 Games Confirmed For Google Stadia

Yesterday, Google made its grand entrance into the world of game streaming. The search giant announced Stadia at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco, showing off a bold vision for a gaming future where anyone could play any game on any ...

- Forbes