News & Reviews: cloud gaming
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2021
In the last few months, Microsoft has been working hard to push its games services to a wider audience. One of the company's biggest move is the Xbox Game Pass, which is meant to allow games streaming on other devices. Now, it's confirmed that Smart TVs are next.
Last Updated: Feb 18, 2021
It's not unusual for companies to come to sudden decisions. But the employees at the games development studio for Google Stadia were caught off guard a major one. Just a week after being praised for making great progress, the division was shut down.
Last Updated: May 04, 2020
Cloud gaming may not have taken off yet but many companies believe it to be the next big thing. Already we see big companies like Google, Nvidia, and Microsoft who are working on building such platforms. AMD seems to be more interested in building the technology to support a cloud gaming platform and will be doing so with the help of Oxide Games.
Last Updated: Apr 04, 2020
Despite all the teething issues that game streaming services are experiencing, companies are still keen on investing in it. Amazon is the latest giant tech company that wants a slice of the pie and is looking to not only invest in games streaming but also game development.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2020
With all eyes on the launch of new Samsung devices, it's easy to overlook other things. But the news of the Korean electronics company partnering with Microsoft Xbox on the cloud gaming front is certainly not less interesting. According to CNET, the two companies will be collaborating on a cloud-based games streaming service.
Last Updated: Feb 07, 2020
Consoles giants should make peace and not war, at least that what Microsoft seems to be saying. Game streaming services have begun to appear and Microsoft believes that the new competing platforms are the enemies to be focused on. To that end, Microsoft could be looking to form a unified front with its long-time console competitors - Nintendo and Sony.
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2019
Clearly cloud based gaming is the future. Earlier today, Nvidia announced that their streaming service, the Nvidia GeForce NOW will be making its way to Android powered mobile devices. For those not in the know, the Nvidia GeForce NOW streaming service is a way for gamers to stream games from their game libraries on their mobile devices.
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.