Google Stadia full Reveal.

June 8, 2019 - News
Google Stadia full Reveal.

After all the hype Google finally lifted the lid on their new gaming platform, the Google Stadia. So was the announcement worth the wait, will this new platform really change the face of gaming as Google has claimed? In a word, no. I say no straight out like that because beyond the marketing jargon & Google’s enthusiasm for the Stadia, what we have on our hands here is a streaming service which, just like the others, charges you ($9.99) monthly for access to games of the service’s choice, some good, some not so, and all of the bonus games included with subscription are old. The newer titles meanwhile you’ll need to buy on top of your subscription, & while it’s true that you can stream them to a few Chrome-powered devices after purchasing, with speeds of 35mbps required for 4K why would you bother?

All in all, the Google Stadia has an identity crisis before it’s even been released; who is it made for?

Most casual gamers simply don’t have access to rock solid, uncapped internet connections, meanwhile, hardcore gamers will already have better ways to play all of the games the Stadia has access to.

Perhaps in 10 years people will look back & say, wow that Stadia was ahead of its time, much like they do when looking back on the Dreamcast & it’s online capabilities. Perhaps though they’ll look back & ask what was Google thinking? Like they are now.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Ubisoft

Baldur’s Gate 3 – Larian Studios

Borderlands 3 – 2K

The Crew 2 – Ubisoft

Darksiders Genesis – THQ Nordic

Destiny 2 – Bungie

Doom – Bethesda Softworks

Doom Eternal – Bethesda Softworks

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Bandai Namco

The Elder Scrolls Online – Bethesda Softworks

Farming Simulator 19 – Giants Software

Final Fantasy 15 – Square Enix

Football Manager – Sega

Get Packed – Coatsink

GRID – Codemasters

Gylt – Tequila Works

Just Dance – Ubisoft

Metro Exodus – Deep Silver

Mortal Kombat 11 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

NBA 2K – 2K

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid – nWay Games

Rage 2 – Bethesda Softworks

Rise of the Tomb Raider – Square Enix

Samurai Shodown – SNK

Shadow of the Tomb Raider – Square Enix

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint – Ubisoft

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – Ubisoft

Tomb Raider Definitive Edition – Square Enix

Thumper – Drool

Trials Rising – Ubisoft

Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Bethesda Softworks

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