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When Stadia first launched one of the most exciting prospects of the service was being able to game anywhere on any screen. Unfortunately, at...
Amazon's cloud gaming service Luna is now available on select Google, OnePlus, and Samsung phones.
Ubisoft+ has finally come to Stadia. The $14.99/month subscription service gives you access to over 100 games from the publisher on PC. Unfortunately, the...
Google is finally enabling live streaming from Stadia to YouTube starting tomorrow, one day before the release of Cyberpunk 2077.
Order Cyberpunk 2077 through Stadia and you'll be eligible for a free Stadia Premiere Edition bundle, a $100 value, while supplies last.
Starting on November 19, 2020, you'll be able to play Destiny 2 free on Stadia without a subscription. Users can also try out the free demo of Immortals Fenyx Rising on the platform for a limited time.
After a year of updates, Stadia has made great strides, but still falls short of the cloud gaming revolution Google teased us with prior to launch.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is Microsoft's big bet on cloud gaming with access to over 100 games, but there's a reason it's still in beta.
The Audeze Mobius doesn't come cheap, but when you're looking for a planar magnetic gaming headset with unparalleled quality and loads of features, they can't be beat.
Here's how to sign up for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to get started playing Xbox games on your Android devices.
The Razer Kishi is the best mobile controller you can buy for cloud gaming services like Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Google Stadia, unfortunately, it's also one of the most expensive.
Microsoft isn't one to be left out. They throw their hat into the ring of cloud gaming with Game Pass Ultimate, which might be the best value so far.
Stadia Pro is free for two months and Google keeps adding new titles and incentives with each week. Here's a quick look at what's available today.
How does Google's cloud gaming service Stadia fare in our testing of the service? Is it worth shelling out $130 for the experience? Here's our review.
Google's new service Stadia has lofty ambitions for the gaming industry and it sounds awesome. Here are a few reasons it might not be for you at launch.
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