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Google unveils new game console: Stadia
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No exclusives announced, system is streaming only.

Claiming that players will get 4k 60fps on release, with 8k 120fps later.

Accessed through Chrome (yes, the web browser).

Launches sometime this year.


I don't wanna be pessimistic but........how long will this last?
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#2
Well, latency is always a problem.
For a game that needs precision, latency will quickly kill it.

Not everybody in the whole world has ultra fast connection with no latency, so most of them won't bother trying.
Also if the game is bought per title, I personally dislike it.
Publishers have long wanted the gamers to not actually own the game, and this is the perfect platform for them. I'd rather not have my game's plug pulled sometime in the future because of licensing problem, thank you.

In short, it's not for me.
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It doesn't help that a number of tech people/developers can also be out of touch with consumers...

Its one thing to be a game console developer, but its another to try to enter the game market with something no one is asking for...

This is silicon valley logic, always digital, no consumer control of the product, and always online...

Most of the articles praising this are from tech people that do not play video games...
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(03-20-2019, 03:10 AM)Bass GS Wrote: I don't wanna be pessimistic but........how long will this last?

It's literally already dead. Just like the steam Box/Ouyu whatever it was called thing. The people who tested this last year basically said you need a super insane fiber optic connection. The world much less america doesn't have a suitable network infrastructure for this to ever be a suitible platform.

Not to mention most gamers still hate digital only beacuse you don't own jack. You may THINK you own it, bit once they license expires, they remove it from the stores, etc you lose access to it. Like the BS Nintendo has done like 3 times with their Eshop.

And "Always Online" is also one of the biggest negative as well. But in the end, their biggest reason to failure is that the technology just isn't out there enough. They can create the most powerful junk on the planet, it's not going to do anything without the ISPs end.
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Streaming only?  *smh*
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... yeah won't work, no matter what they do unless they suddenly manage to break the laws of physics they won't beat range dependant latency.
Even here in Germany I have around 20ms latency ... in a world where Gamers freak out well below that.
It can work for slower games like Turn based RPGs but action is out.
So unless google decides to spread South Korean style Networks all over the world (that network they have is PURE TECH PORN) this is dead in the crib :/
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#7
In a world were we have Valve Steam, Mobile gaming eating the market and PC gaming is easier and better than ever (lets not delve into Consoles and Handhelds now)

What is this offering exactly?!!
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(03-21-2019, 08:35 PM)Vincent Wrote: In a world were we have Valve Steam, Mobile gaming eating the market and PC gaming is easier and better than ever (lets not delve into Consoles and Handhelds now)

What is this offering exactly?!!

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(03-22-2019, 03:42 AM)Mai Wrote:
(03-21-2019, 08:35 PM)Vincent Wrote: In a world were we have Valve Steam, Mobile gaming eating the market and PC gaming is easier and better than ever (lets not delve into Consoles and Handhelds now)

What is this offering exactly?!!

Madness Big Grin


Big Grin  so true it make sense LOL
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