Contribution Article by: James Moore Host of Moore Than a Podcast We still have a few months until Google makes their introduction into the realm of gaming. From the initial announcement to the incremental information updates during their own presentations and convention presence, the Google Stadia looks like it’s lining up to make a big splash when it launches in November. There are a lot of developers and game publishers who have signed on to partner up with Google in order to give their franchises another platform to be showcases From the awesome announcements from games like Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk
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With the highly anticipated E3 2019 conference now just a few days away—E3 is set to start on June 11th—excitement is building among the gaming community in regards to the exciting new tech and gaming opportunities that will be showcased. However, whether there will be a presentation for Google Stadia E3 2019 is currently a matter of great debate among all of us in the gaming community, and particularly in the Google Stadia community. When it comes to making a statement, Google seems to have it nailed. After the bombshell of a reveal at the GDC at the end of
At the 2019 GamesBeat Summit we saw a number of interesting discussions. One of these involved Phil Harrison talking about Google Stadia and cloud gaming in general with Amy Hennig, a veteran game developer whom we discussed recently. In their interview, Harrison gave a few words of caution to the audience in regards to Google Stadia and the role of cloud gaming: ”This transition to game development being cloud-centric will be a fundamental shift, but it will be a difficult shift as well. This is not going to be the easiest pathway for every studio to go through.” However, it
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