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GeForce Now, Xbox Game Studios and Warner Bros titles also removed

Bad news for GeForce Now owners: further games will be removed from the catalog starting from April 24th and these are quite significant defections. To leave the game streaming service will be ...

Amazon ready to launch its streaming game platform later this year

The Amazon home streaming game platform is expected to see the light by the end of this year, although there may be delays due to the Coronavirus. As reported by the New York Times, the company ...
Nvidia

Nvidia GeForce Now: Activision Blizzard games removed for "misunderstanding"

A few days ago, Activision Blizzard's games were removed from the catalog of GeForce Now, the cloud gaming platform from Nvidia. As reported by Bloomberg, the headlines would have been removed on ...
Facebook-Game-POV

Facebook enters the world of cloud gaming

Facebook has announced that it has acquired PlayGiga, a Spanish company that offers a streaming game service currently limited to certain countries.

Reggie Fils-Aimé, for him the future of gaming is in the cloud

Reggie Fils-aimé former president of Nintendo of America, during an interview stated that for him the future of gaming resides in the cloud. Even the good Reggie participated in this year's The Game Awards, ...
GRID

GRID, on Stadia you can count 40 multiplayer machines on the same track

GRID, the racing game developed by Codemasters will arrive on Stadia with a mode that boasts 40 help on the same track. Unfortunately GRID is not part of the list of 12 games available at launch ...
Microsoft

Microsoft and Sony united for cloud gaming, the beginning of a new era

Sony and Microsoft have announced that they will work together to develop a cloud gaming platform that can look ever closer to the future.

Call of Duty: WWII will be free for PlayStation Plus members ...

In the past few minutes Sony has announced the first free title that will be offered to PlayStation Plus service subscribers in June, and ...

Rumor - Metroid Prime Trilogy coming next month?

Here we go again! After the leak occurred last April, the rumors that there is an exit of the Metroid Prime Trilogy for Nintendo Switch continue to be made ...

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