Heating up, the streaming wars are. Today, a slew of Project xCloud additions threaten to rip Google Stadia of its, well, reason to exist.
Google Stadia is now available, and reviews have been mixed. Google has far bigger problems if it wants to compete with Project xCloud, though.
Lenovo and Google partnered together to give people who purchase a new Legion or IdeaPad gaming PC three free months of Stadia Pro.
As Stadia gets really good, Google does what it does best and pulls the rug out from under it.
Each of the main three cloud gaming platforms has strengths and weaknesses, but which is actually the best? The answer isn't particularly straightforward.
Not only can you play Google Stadia in Microsoft Edge, but it might actually be the best place to play it on Windows 10. Here's what you need to know.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is coming to Stadia, and now you can play a demo of the upcoming game completely for free through Google's cloud gaming service.
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