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How I Feel About Google Stadia After 1 Week of Streaming Games

So, Google Stadia has been out for a little over 2 weeks, and I streamed games to my laptop for about a week or so at this point in time. During this time, I am looking forward to streaming Tomb Raider and properly reviewing that once I get the chance to in the coming weeks. For now, though, I want to discuss how I currently feel about Google Stadia as a whole. The Good About Google Stadia For one, I like the whole “2 Free Games Every Month” stuff. I enjoyed playing Samurai Shodown. As I stated in my review, 

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My Experience With Destiny 2 The Collection: #Stadia 2

My Experience With Destiny 2 The Collection: #Stadia

So, Destiny 2: The Collection – which is the sequel to the original Destiny by Bungie (The guys originally behind Halo) – has recently been made available as a free game to those with a Stadia Pro subscription. As one of those few with a Stadia Pro Subscription via a Buddy Pass giveaway I ended up winning via Youtube, I feel the need to be one of the first to review Destiny 2: The Collection on Google Stadia. It’s gonna be an interesting and wild ride, as my opinions are ALL over the place. There were things I liked, things

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Google Stadia Reviewed: First Impressions by Fans

NOTE: MOST, if not all, images and experiences I showcase in this article were made by me. The featured image is copyright of Ars Technica. An Introduction to Google Stadia So, Google Stadia has just recently come out about a week or two ago on compatible devices. I say “compatible” because my Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet is INCOMPATIBLE with Google Stadia! Can you believe that lameness?! As I said in my Samurai Shodown Stadia review article, I had to use Bluestacks 4 (A 3rd-party software that turns a computer into a makeshift phone with computer inputs) to be

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Samurai Showdown Stadia

My Experience with Samurai Shodown Stadia

A Shodown for my Respect This past week, with some help from a 3rd party software called Bluestacks that turns your computer into a makeshift phone, I was able to play Stadia for the first time, and I got some pretty good (and not so good) results out of my time playing Google Stadia. Today’s game-in-question is Samurai Shodown! Remember: These are simply my OWN experiences, and all images in this article were made by me. The featured image came about due to  editing a snapshotted image in MS Paint.   First off, if you somehow don’t have a Google

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The Tried. The Tested. The True: Google Stadia Review

It was in March 2019 that the name Stadia was announced. The excitement at the time was less about what it was called a more about the thought of Google entering the console market. For many gamers, we have been used to the same dominant consoles as the Microsoft Xbox and the Sony PlayStation for the better part of two decades. I was excited about the notion of Google entering the market, because this would give me a new choice on not only what games I played, but where and ultimately how. It wasn’t until June 6th, 2019 that we

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3 Essential Steps for the Best Stadia Experience

3 Essential Steps for the Best Stadia Experience

So, you just got your Google Stadia controller and introduction email to get yourself started. With the release of their long-awaited cloud gaming platform, there are really no words that can describe the amount of excitement, mystique, and sometimes even the confusion around Stadia. Opening the box, everything looks simple enough in the founder’s edition setup. While it may seem simple enough to just plug in your Google Chromecast Ultra and get started, there is a lot of things that Founders must be sure to have in place before they even think about truly getting started. Google could have made

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