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Feb 5, 2020, 06:05 AM 2,465 read

The Daily Moot: Death of the Google Stadia?

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1. Nvidia GeForce Now

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Nvidia has officially launched GeForce Now, their new cloud gaming service. With GeForce Now, gamers can play essentially any game on any PC, even if the PC lacks the necessary specs. This means that as long as you have a stable internet connection, you could play the latest ray-tracing AAA titles on your dilapidated, decade-old laptop. As a cloud gaming service, GeForce Now is a direct competitor to the Google Stadia, but Nvidia’s version has a lot of awesome benefits. For example, GeForce Now automatically connects to your Steam library, which means that unlike the Stadia, you don’t have to buy a second copy of games you already own. Oh, and GeForce Now is also available for free. Could this be the death of the Google Stadia?

  2. PlayStation 5 Pricing   It seems that the next-gen console war is turning into a bit of a waiting game. Sony just revealed that their pricing of the upcoming PlayStation 5 will be largely determined by the Xbox Series X price. In other words, Sony is keeping their plans a secret until Microsoft reveals how much the new Xbox will cost. Sony’s Chief Financial Officer Hiroki Totoki also mentioned that Sony will almost certainly be taking a loss on the consoles, which is unsurprising considering the impressive specs that have been released. Sony also launched the official PlayStation 5 website today, which means we could be close to the official reveal of the new console. Which side are you on in the console war?

  3. Blizzard Finally Addresses Warcraft 3 Reforged   After the debacle that has been the Warcraft 3 Reforged launch, Blizzard has finally decided to address the situation. Blizzard “apologized” to fans who were unhappy with the game, and have now decided to offer full refunds to all players regardless of playtime. Blizzard also outlined some of their plans for the game, but it’s unlikely that the minor improvements will be enough to win over their disgruntled players.

  4. Saints Row 4 Coming to Switch   Saints Row 4: Re-elected is headed to the Nintendo Switch. The port will come with 25 pieces of DLC, including the two main story expansions Enter the Dominatrix and How The Saints Save Christmas. Although the game was originally released in 2013, there will be many quality of life improvements for the Switch port, particularly for the drop-in drop-out co-op that Saints Row is known for. Saints Row 4: Re-elected is expected to launch on the Switch on March 27.

Comment 36

  • Green LV.31 Legend Feb 5, 2020, 06:49 AM

    How is saints row 4 gonna be able to run on a switch lol

  • Yorpasores Rex LV.30 Rootin Tootin Feb 5, 2020, 08:05 AM

    probably by lowering the resolution and fps

  • Green LV.31 Legend Feb 5, 2020, 09:39 AM

    That’s what they did to Fortnite and do you see anyone praising that

  • Pancake wit da syrup LV.15 Chief Feb 5, 2020, 08:10 AM

    I'm SOOOO sad🙄

  • The Trollin LV.1 Mootie Feb 5, 2020, 09:09 AM


  • Superdonkey2 LV.21 OPFOR Feb 5, 2020, 10:37 AM

    The google stadia died before it even came out

  • Bubbleskid2887 LV.10 Apex > Fortnite Feb 5, 2020, 11:06 PM

    that controller looks god ugly

  • ᣵˣᵈloveli LV.27 Fortnite > Apex Feb 8, 2020, 09:00 AM

    Stadia died apon release

  • ImFawnze LV.24 Shotcaller Feb 11, 2020, 12:37 AM

    Streamed videogames are terrible for people with bad internet connections. Backwards compatibility is better as you download it. Unless you're playing on PS4 then that is also streamed.