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    Google Stadia’s Initial Games Revealed – Mortal Kombat 11, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Borderlands 3 and More

    The wait is over and Google Stadia’s prices have finally been revealed. You can pay $129.99 for a Founder’s Edition that includes Chromecast Ultra, a limited edition controller, Destiny 2: The Collection and a three month subscription to Stadia Pro. Stadia Pro on its own will cost $9.99 per...
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    The Microsoft and Sony Collaboration Has Many Important Implications For The Future Of Gaming

    The big news of this week, for those of you who haven’t been paying attention, is Microsoft and Sony partnering up. PlayStation and Xbox joining forces to explore a strategic partnership—not necessarily in the way you think, mind you. They’re basically partnering on cloud tech and AI, which...
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    What Does Google Stadia Tell Us About The PS5 And Xbox Scarlett Specs?

    Yes, it’s finally happening. For nearly a decade, ever sine OnLive rolled out its (poorly received) game streaming service to limited success, subscription-based cloud gaming has made the journey from overhyped gimmick to practical reality. And now, with Google having announced the Stadia cloud...
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    GDC 2019 Google Gaming Platform Called “Stadia” and It’s a Streaming Service Not a Console

    It’s been rumored for some time now that tech giant Google would be entering the gaming sector, and now we know how. The Google gaming platform is called “Stadia,” and it’s a platform for streaming rather than hardware. Google CEO Sundar Pichai admits that he’s not a big gamer, but that Google...
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    Google Announces Stadia, Its New Streaming-Only Gaming Platform

    Google has been teasing its GDC show where it will unveil its “vision for the future of gaming” for a while now, and now we finally know where they think games are headed. Today, Google announced Stadia—a brand new, streaming only platform that uses the Google Chrome browser as a streaming...
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    GDC 2019 Ubisoft and id Software Will Be Part Of Google’s GDC Programming

    We already know that Google plans to tip their hand relating to “the future of gaming” at GDC next week. We know that they have some notable talent, such as Jade Raymond, on their side. And now, we also know that they will have some notable developers during their GDC programming, too. The...
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    Google Will Announce Their Own Gaming Hardware Next Month – Rumor

    On the heels of a lot of rumors and speculation, Google finally announced a gaming focused keynote earlier this week set for next month. At the time, there were a lot of questions about what exactly this keynote may reveal. Given the broad range of pies Google has its fingers in, it could be...
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    Google Announces Gaming Keynote For March

    Google is about to reveal the extent to which it plans to enter the gaming market at last. There have been rumors and reports of Google wanting to enter the gaming space for a very long time now. We’ve had reports of a Google console, as well as a streaming service, with Google even holding...
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    YouTube Is Now Available on Nintendo Switch

    We keep waiting for the media apps situation on the Nintendo Switch to improve, and slowly but surely, it seems to be. We already have Hulu on the system, and CrunchyRoll and Funimation are due to be launching on it soon as well. And now, YouTube, the largest video consumption service on the...
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    Google Is Working on a Game Streaming Service, and Possibly on a Console and Controller

    The service is apparently codenamed Yeti. The really surprising thing about the gaming industry is that tech giants like Apple, Amazon, and Google have managed to largely stay out of it. Oh, sure, Amazon is starting to dip their toes into the waters, with their purchase of Double Helix and...

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