Today, Amazon announced its own cloud gaming service, named Luna.
Luna offers a subscription-based model which grants access to a suite of games within a subscribed channel. Continue Reading
On Tuesday, Orcs Must Die! 3 from Robot Entertainment launched exclusively on Stadia. In a Stadia Connect video, Google also announced Outcasters, an exclusive title from Gear Tactics developer Splash Damage, as well as three additional exclusives from developers Harmonix, Uppercut Games, and Supermassive Games. Continue Reading
GameSpot is reporting that several Square-Enix titles have returned to Nvidia’s GeForce NOW streaming service, following their switch to an opt-in system. Reportedly, Tomb Raider and Deus Ex games have returned to the service, but we are unable to confirm this ourselves; the games are not appearing in a search. Continue Reading
The Stadia Premiere Edition Bundle has dropped from $130 to $99.99. However, the bundle no longer includes a three month subscription to Stadia Pro. Alternatively, Google is offering one free month of Pro to anyone, whether or not they purchased the bundle. Continue Reading
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