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Time’s Running Out: Founder’s Edition Sold Out in the UK

The early access version of Google Stadia—which is known as the Google Stadia Founder's Edition—ran out in Europe on the...
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Time’s Running Out: Founder’s Edition Sold Out in the UK

BIG NEWS: Official Google Stadia Release Date Confirmed!

Ever wondered when the Google Stadia release date would be? For many months, there has been much talk among the...
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BIG NEWS: Official Google Stadia Release Date Confirmed!

Google Stadia Jobs: Stadia Scholarships Finally Here!

Ready to start your new career in one of the currently available Google Stadia jobs? Or perhaps you want to...
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Google Stadia Jobs: Stadia Scholarships Finally Here!

Why Google Stadia Is Great For Game Devs

When the gaming community first heard about Google's seemingly ambitious intentions to create a whole library of games for the...
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Why Google Stadia Is Great For Game Devs

Google Stadia #1 for Family & Holiday Party Video Games

Everyone loves the holiday season, and with Winter—and the holidays that it brings with it so close now—there is plenty...
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Google Stadia #1 for Family & Holiday Party Video Games

Made by Google Pixel 4 Release: Will We See Stadia?

It's that time of year! We're just days away from Google's much anticipated event, Made by Google 2019. On October...
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Made by Google Pixel 4 Release: Will We See Stadia?
Google Stadia Mobile Devices

Running Stadia on Mobile Devices

While playing games on your mobile phone often uses up a large amount of power and drains your battery quickly, Eurogamer was told in an interview that this wouldn’t be the case with Stadia! But why is that? Simply put, due to the way that Stadia will work—it is essentially just playing a video instead—it shouldn’t be nearly as harsh on your phone’s power as normal games! In fact, it was stated that on a phone with good battery life, you could be playing a heavy game such as Doom or Assassin’s Creed for up to ten hours at a

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Stadia GDC 2019

Is Stadia Here For The Long Run?

In the last few weeks Google has announced a spring clean of some of its much loved features, and it is well known among the community that they randomly kill off their products from time to time. It is natural that some people have therefore got concerns that Stadia could just be another project that will end up in the trash. In an interview with Kotaku, though, Phil Harrison has assured that it is more than just a trivial project. According to Harrison, “all you have to do is look at the level of investment that we have made and

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Stadia Cloud-Based Streaming Gaming Platform

What Internet Speed Will Stadia Run On?

According to Eurogamer and GamesRadar, Google released a number of Stadia demos at GDC. These simulated the effect different connection speeds had on the gameplay and use of the product, and users remarked that results for all three of the demo categories (“excellent”, “degraded” and severe”) were all very acceptable for good quality gameplay. This is great news for people on average speed connections! However, that doesn’t tell us exactly how fast an internet connection we need—but we can actually infer an answer to this question ourselves! In another simulation, which was designed to demonstrate gameplay on an “unstable” connection

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Google Stadia Specs

Google Stadia Specs

Google has released the following data for Stadia. Custom 2.7GHz hyper-threaded x86 CPU with AVX2 SIMD and 9.5MB L2+L3 cache Custom AMD GPU with HBM2 memory and 56 compute units, capable of 10.7 teraflops 16GB of RAM with up to 484GB/s of performance SSD cloud storage Google says that this hardware can be stacked, meaning that the CPU and GPU compute is ‘elastic’, so multiple instances of this hardware can be used to create larger scale games. This configuration is referred to as a ‘first-gen’ system, using Google’s datacenter hardware to evolve over time instead of the need for users

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Stadia GPU Comparison

Streaming & Performance with Stadia

Google’s latest announcement, Stadia, is the latest in cloud-based video game streaming services. Almost, like a Netflix for video games of sorts, still in early stages, the tech giant have touted the service’s ability to deliver graphics of up to 4K quality at 60 fps. While users with high-speed internet services may not have a second doubt about streaming in this quality, users with lower-speed connections may wonder what this means for them. With such high quality streaming, one may expect that the streaming speed of the user must be equally as powerful. However, when streamed at 1080p/60fps, Google VP

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Google Stadia’s Easter Egg

As a reference to 20th Century Japanese gaming, Google Stadia has left enthusiastic new players a Konami Code Easter egg on its website. After the initial announcement of Stadia, it took just shy of an hour for people to discover this little secret. If you punch in the correct code (see the bottom of this post) on Stadia’s website, you’ll be rewarded with a 3D model of the Stadia controller. The model can be spun left or right, giving us the exciting opportunity to view it from all angles! The controller demonstrated at the GDC also had the Konami code

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