Tag Archive: Stadia

Orcs Must Die 3 is only a Google Stadia timed exclusive

Honesty is the best policy.

What you need to know Google Stadia is an upcoming game streaming service like Shadow. It’s expected to launch in November. At a recent Stadia Connect event, the company implied Orcs Must Die 3 is an exclusive. It’s only a timed exclusive and coming to other platforms.

Today, Google hosted another Stadia Connect event in which is revealed a number of games coming to the service down the line. While the majority  [Read More…]

Where to watch Google’s Stadia Connect at Gamescom 2019

Who’s ready to see the latest games lineup Google has in store for us?

What you need to know Stadia is Google’s upcoming game streaming service. It will launch in November with over 30 games available to stream. Google is hosting another livestream at Gamescom where it will reveal more games coming to Stadia. You can watch the livestream on Monday, August 19 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 7PM CEST.

Google is hosting another Stadia  [Read More…]

Controllers for Google Stadia aren’t quite Bluetooth ready

You’ll need to wait a little longer.

What you need to know During an AMA on Reddit, Google’s Andrey Doronichev confirmed that Stadia controllers won’t support Bluetooth headsets at launch. There is a workaround, as long as you plan to play Stadia games through your Chrome browser or Pixel phone. Google Stadia will launch sometime in November 2019 with the Founder’s Edition.

Google Stadia launches this fall but there are still a lot of uncertainties. Andrey Doronichev,  [Read More…]

Games removed from sale will stay in your library if purchased on Stadia

Best answer: According to Google Stadia boss Phil Harrison, you will be able to keep your purchased games in your Stadia library even after they’ve been removed from sale.

The best package: Google Stadia Founder’s Edition ($ 129 at Google) Go wireless: Google Stadia controller ($ 69 at Google) Play it on the big screen: Google Chromecast Ultra ($ 69 at Amazon) What did Phil Harrison say about games staying in your library?

Speaking with IGN, Harrison  [Read More…]

Here’s why Stadia might not be for you

Stadia is set to launch in November and it is Google’s grand entrance into mainstream gaming. It promises to bring triple-A games to virtually any screen, without the need for an expensive console or gaming PC.

The way Stadia accomplishes this is really quite remarkable, Google’s servers run the game and stream the video to your choice of screen, delivering quality up to 4K HDR at 60fps with surround sound.

By allowing Google’s servers to render the game, it does  [Read More…]

Google Stadia allows access to existing purchases even if they’re delisted

They’re yours to keep in most cases.

What you need to know Google Stadia is an upcoming game streaming service. You pay $ 10 a month for “Stadia Pro” to stream at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. Google says if a game is removed from the store, existing owners will be able to play it. However, the company didn’t discuss issues involving Digital Millennium Copyright Act orders.

Google Stadia is an upcoming game streaming service.  [Read More…]

Google Stadia head Phil Harrison believes ISPs will lift data caps

Let’s see if companies like Comcast agree.

What you need to know Google Stadia is an upcoming game streaming service. You pay $ 10 a month to access your titles and have to buy games separately. Google believes that internet service providers will raise data caps for game streaming. The launch of 5G wireless technology may also remove data caps.

Google Stadia is an upcoming game streaming service. For $ 10 a month, you can stream games  [Read More…]

Google Stadia vs PlayStation 4 Pro: Which is better?

People say the future of video games is in streaming, but Sony still has something to say for its dedicated hardware. We’ve compared Stadia and the PS4 Pro to see which is better for consumers.

PlayStation 4 Pro

Old reliable

$ 400 at Amazon

Pros Thousands of playable games Performance not always reliant on internet connection Acclaimed exclusives PlayStation Plus Reliable 4K resolution Cons More expensive upfront Not as portable Limited storage Paid online multiplayer Lacks  [Read More…]

You can now purchase Google’s Stadia controller for $69

Previously, you could only get a controller while buying the Founder’s Edition.

What you need to know You can now buy the Stadia Controller on the Google Store for $ 69. It used to only be available when purchasing the Founder’s Edition. The controller comes in Clearly White, Just Black, and Wasabi.

When Google launched the Stadia Founder’s Edition earlier this month, it made an interesting decision by only allowing you to purchase extra controllers during your  [Read More…]

Baldur’s Gate 3 for Stadia: Everything you need to know

The Illithid are back and they are ready to conquer all of the Forgotten Realms.

When you think of truly iconic Dungeons and Dragons videogames the first name that will always come to mind is Baldur’s Gate. There are others — Neverwinter Nights comes to mind — but none of them hold the hallowed place in people’s hearts like the Baldur’s Gate Series.

It’s taken a long time, but Wizards of the Coast, the owners of D&D,  [Read More…]