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Microsoft Cloud Gaming Is As Good As Your Internet Connection

On a brand-new Samsung Galaxy Note20 with a solid 5G T-Mobile connection, Microsoft Cloud Gaming works like a charm. Shooters like Halo 5 stream without stutter. Fighters like Marvel vs. Capcom Ultimate are passable for casual play. If I switch to the spotty wireless shared by my entire household, games get choppy and…Read more… Continue […]

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Apple Says Xbox, Stadia Streaming Apps Would Break The App Store’s Rules

Google’s Stadia app can’t stream games on iOS, and yesterday Microsoft said its new xCloud streaming service wouldn’t be coming to Apple devices either. Turns out there’s a pretty concrete reason for both of those omissions: Apple won’t let them.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Adds Cloud Gaming September 15

As announced in July, Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service is becoming part of the $15-a-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service on September 15, allowing users to stream more than 100 Xbox games to their Android phones and tablets. In a pair of posts on Xbox Wire, Microsoft details the games…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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A Day Of Trying To Stream Xbox One Games While On The Go

When Microsoft’s video game streaming service, Project xCloud, began its beta last month, there were only four games available to test. Now there are over 50. I spent a day taking the service on the road with me to see how it’s working.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Video Game Industry Can’t Go On Like This

At about this time next year, we’ll have a pretty good idea of what the next generation of video games will look like. New consoles will likely be shown off, bold new streaming initiatives will begin to launch, and we’ll see all the wonderful kinds of games they will bring us. All these new things […]

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The Video Game Industry Can’t Go On Like This

At about this time next year, we’ll have a pretty good idea of what the next generation of video games will look like. New consoles will likely be shown off, bold new streaming initiatives will begin to launch, and we’ll see all the wonderful kinds of games they will bring us. All these new things […]

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