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Good Luck Stopping Students From Playing Stadia Games In Class

If Google Stadia games work as advertised, it’ll become all too easy for students everywhere to play video games on their school-issue laptops instead of listening to their teachers’ lectures. On this week’s Kotaku Splitscreen, we answer questions from listeners, including one from a high school teacher about how much…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Everything We Learned Today About Google Stadia [UPDATED]

The upcoming streaming platform Google Stadia won’t just follow the Netflix model, as many fans had hoped. It will instead have both a subscription and games for sale individually, as Kotaku previously reported. Here’s everything we learned today during Google’s “Stadia Connect” stream.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Google Stadia Backlash Has Begun

While people are still grappling with the technical ramifications of Google’s Stadia platform, gamers have begun asking deeper, more troubling questions. What do mods look like in a world of game streaming? What happens to game preservation? What happens if Google dwarfs gaming the same way it has with search,…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What We Know And Don’t Know About Google’s New Gaming Platform Stadia

Google shared a lot of information about it’s new video game streaming platform at yesterday’s GDC presentation, and we’ve learned even more about the technology through interviews, like the one Kotaku had with Stadia boss Phil Harrison on Splitscreen. But there’s still a lot we don’t know.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Google Stadia Boss Answers (And Dodges) Our Questions

This afternoon at GDC 2019, Google Stadia boss Phil Harrison announced the tech company’s plans to launch a game streaming service that will stream high-end games in a Chrome browser. But how good, exactly, does your internet have to be in order for Stadia to work? And do you need one of Google’s new Stadia…Read […]

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“Gaming has always been the backbone of YouTube since it was founded in 2005,” Ryan Wyatt, the head

“Gaming has always been the backbone of YouTube since it was founded in 2005,” Ryan Wyatt, the head of YouTube gaming, said at the unveiling of Stadia today. Then he flashed a slide of YouTube’s biggest gaming content creators up on the screen. Is it just me or is someone missing?Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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