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Thought? If it works like they say it will. its definitely a step in the right direction
I liked it better in the video games thread when Bennn posted it.
I think it's rushed:
- Only way to use this in 2019 is to buy a hardware bundle, they are offering a "founders edition" for 129 which is a Chromecast ultra, a controller and the upc Destiny 2 expansion plus the new annual pass for it.
- No iOS devices supported at launch, no non-google Android phones at launch either, only Pixel 3.
- Only game included in the paid subscription is Destiny 2 which will be free to play anyway this September in consoles and PC and is not a new game anyway.
- The other games available at launch are PAID.
I think Microsoft is going to announce streaming gamepass this E3 and it'll be better than this. We'll see.
You asked for 'thought singular', but here's another...
Really, fuck them. Why do they need to do this? Why should I want to use or trust THEM? Never mind the Google Graveyard concerns, I just don't see why Google have to stick their nose into all these domains to feed whatever user data it is they've got their eye on back.
- what have they done to youernexbcn
- Screwed my search ranking after I followed their best practice, then ripped me off with a shitty AdWords campaign.
But mainly, they're cunts.Nairn
- You can turn off a lot of the tracking if you go on your Google settings page, wich is very well done btwBennn
- ^@Bennn do be naive...grafician
- hahaha, bennnnsplaininglvl_13
On the GeForce NOW beta (same sorta thing but just gives you a desktop with steam / game launcher in the cloud)... it works really well (providing my connection to wi-fi is good enough. Very odd playing modern games at with all the settings cranked at 60fps/ 1080p on a 5 year old Macbook Pro!
Don't really know why Stadia is getting so much hype given that there's already few similar cloud based gaming platforms out there...
Right to the Google Graveyard!