Google is basically renting out Stadia technology to AT&T, and this might just be the start of a new direction for the streaming platform.
I recently tried out arkham knight using my ATT info and it was alright. https://more.att.com/play/b...
No, it couldn't.
Yanking the dead horses pud will not resurrect it.
Delete this article and write another that isn't so obviously paid for smh. Journalists these days don't even try!
Stop trying to make Stadia happen. It's not going to happen.
Well... fetch didnt take off. Stadia was an obvious next choice.
I vote with my dollars and AT&T started OAN network 🤮 I canceled my internet from them last week and will avoid this system like the plague.
I really don't see "streaming" being the next step in gaming. The latency is ridiculous, and with most gamers putting most of their money in GPUs and super high def screens, it's because they want the absolute best visuals they can get. Not going to get that through some compressed, artifacted video stream. You'd need the internet to run on tachyons, in order to get the latency down to local processing ranges, and well, that's not going to happen anytime soon. On top of all this, you have so many ISPs who still impose bandwidth caps. Ya.... by the time you're done playing 40 hours of that RPG, you've probably pushed as much bandwidth as it would take to download the actual game, 3 or 4 times. PS. To the automated system: My comment does not look like spam.
I've been trying out streaming service since OnLive and while Google Stadia is the best out the pack it still suffers the same shortcomings that every other video game streaminf service does and js definitely not the ideal way to play games in any fashion
Shadow PC, Parsec, Paperspace......THAT is where you want to cloud game. On those platforms, no one has control over what you stream. You can play anything you want. With services like Stadia, you're at the mercy of the titles they allow.
You just can't polish a turd and that's the truth
AT&T sucks and partially helped kill the Vita. Theyre service sux and theyre expensive.
PS Vita used AT&T and sucked. I wouldn’t use them for phone and it definitely would get me to use Stadia .
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