cloud gaming

  1. Armenius

    NVIDIA creates opt-in policy for publishers and developers in GeForce NOW library

    After GeForce NOW was made available to everyone back in February, several publishers and developers pulled their games from the service as it was criticized for having no distribution agreement in place for the service. This despite GeForce NOW simply allowing users to play games they already...
  2. Armenius

    GeForce NOW Open for All

    NVIDIA has taken their cloud gaming service out of beta and has opened it to everyone with no waiting lists. GeForce NOW differentiates itself from Stadia by allowing you to stream supported titles you already own on other services like Steam. Unfortunately due to limited resources compared to...
  3. Armenius

    Google Stadia

    All the various discussion around, I'd figure we'd start a dedicated thread since we are nearing release. Of note today, Digital Foundry has released a review of the Founders Edition and put the service through its paces. One very revealing point is that the premium "4K" streaming service may...
  4. Armenius

    Sony and Microsoft to explore strategic partnership

    Better check if hell is freezing over. In a Memorandum of Understanding released today, Sony and Microsoft announced that they will work together in the future to bring cloud-based solutions for game streaming that benefit both companies, along with developing more advanced AI. TOKYO and...
  5. cageymaru

    Alienware Co-Founder Frank Azor Discusses How Gaming Has Changed

    Alienware vice president and GM Frank Azor agreed to an interview with Sameer Mitha of Digit.in where he discussed what got him into gaming at an early age (Prince of Persia), the first game he played on his own PC (Links 386), and why all gaming platforms are steps to the ultimate gaming...
  6. FrgMstr

    UBI CEO Doubles Down on Streaming Games Over Hardware

    There is no doubt that streaming your games from the cloud will one day have its place over buying your own hardware. However what is exactly that place will be is certainly up for debate. We have been playing around with NVIDIA's GeForce Now streaming service that is still in beta. We have an...
  7. FrgMstr

    GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Preview

    Considering that we can't buy video cards any more due to AMD and NVIDIA selling all those to miners, sometimes directly in the form of naked GPUs, maybe streaming cloud gaming is the answer. NVIDIA's streaming gaming service, GeForce Now, went into beta a couple weeks ago, and there is a wait...
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