A first-party Stadia game is broken, but Google dropped the developer that can fix it

Google closed down their internal game studios, which means there's no one left to fix the Stadia version of Journey to the Savage Planet.

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Knightofelemia45d ago (Edited 45d ago )

Release a game on a struggling platform and it's broken shutdown the studio you just bought before they patch the game. That is the best damn idea I have ever read I always thought EA was the grim reaper for studios. Hell just let Google handle the studio they will kill off a studio faster then EA will. I think that is a new record for who can kill a studio faster.

BlackIceJoe44d ago

I'm surprised Google didn't at least try to sell the studio first, before shutting Typhoon Studios down.

Then to ship a game that won't ever get updated is very scummy of Google too.

rlow144d ago (Edited 44d ago )

Google has a graveyard of flash in the pants ventures that they have dropped like hot potatoes. Not surprised

coldfire98444d ago

Google has a history of making products and failing to support them. This is why I never even considered the Stadia because I knew Google wouldn't support it.

TheColbertinator44d ago

We are witnessing another online only gaming graveyard bit by bit.

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