News & Reviews: Google Stadia
Last Updated: Nov 08, 2020
Previously, there was a third-party app that allows iPhone and iPad users to get access to Google Stadia. Apple soon removed the app from its App Store, but the app is now back up for those of you who are hoping to game on the platform with your Apple devices.
Last Updated: Oct 26, 2020
Cloud gaming service is slowly becoming more and more popular with Google's Stadia paving the road by bringing all the massive titles into its service. Now, it is reported that Facebook is joining the business as well by introducing the mentioned services to the already existing Gaming section.
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2020
By now, you probably have heard of Google Stadia but if you haven't, it's a new way for gamers to play video games via streaming from the cloud. At the moment, Google Stadia is working on most Android devices particularly the OnePlus 8 series but if you're thinking of waiting for it on your iPhone or iPad, that's not going to happen ever.
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2020
Despite the many limitations, many companies continue to work on game streaming as a service. In particular, the Stadia platform is something that Google is working hard to bring to more people. Recently, the company has announced that more devices will now support Stadia.
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2020
Interested in Google Stadia but don't have a Pixel smartphone? That's no longer an issue as Google has begun to roll out the service to other third-party Android devices. Starting 20 February 2020, Stadia will work on selected Samsung, ASUS, and Razer smartphones.
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2019
Google Stadia launched recently, allowing those who purchased the Stadia Founder's Edition box to start their earlier romp on the games streaming platform. Now, one week later, those of you who got bought the box will also be able to get a friend to join in the fun with the Buddy Pass.
Last Updated: Nov 20, 2019
Today is a big day for the gaming world as it is the launch day of Google Stadia. The so-called Netflix of gaming offers players to enjoy gaming experience without any console. The games will run through cloud service and you can just play the games using Google Chrome browser on any device.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2019
According to Google, Football Manager will be able to play faster on Stadia compared to those playing on local hardware. We’ve already heard that Stadia is able to run graphic intense games with high fps even on low end hardware but hearing it able to run a game better than high end local hardware? That’s pretty cool.
Last Updated: Jul 10, 2019
Google Stadia was announced a while back and it opened up doors for gamers who can’t keep upgrading their devices to support newer games. If you aren’t up to speed, Google Stadia allows users to play games on ANY device through remote connection. Essentially, you’re gaming on one of Google’s machines and streaming it to your own device. Some new information has been added onto the Google Stadia FAQ page recently, filling up some unanswered questions.
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2019
We’ve heard of Google Stadia and the recently announced Project xCloud by Microsoft which helps bypass hardware problems most gamers face while gaming. Now, a brand new technology has been unveiled by Bethesda at E3 today which aims to make cloud gaming better and faster, Orion.