The promise of Stadia is amazing; as long as you have a solid internet connection, you can run it on almost any device. But what happens if you try it on a five-year old, pitiful Chromebook? That's what I just did, and the results were surprisingly good. I ran it on an Acer Chromebook 11 (CB3-111-C8UB) -- it came out in 2014, has 2GB RAM and runs on a Celeron chip. If you … [Read more...] about Will Stadia run on old Chromebooks?
With the release of Google Stadia less than a week away, Google has given us a peek at more of how it'll all work. Check it out here: … [Read more...] about A closer look at the Stadia interface
When you hear about requirements for Google Stadia, pretty much all you hear about is speed. While speed is certainly crucial to a solid Stadia experience, latency is equally important. What is latency? In short, latency is the amount of time between when you press a button your controller and you see the action on screen. With traditional gaming systems, latency is … [Read more...] about How will Stadia resolve latency issues?
Google has said for a while now that Stadia would arrive in November, and now we have a firm date -- Tuesday, November 19. In fact, if you pre-ordered the "Founder's Edition" pack from Stadia, Google says they'll "start arriving on gamers' doorsteps" that very day and gameplay will open up at 9am PST. While it won't always be the case, on launch day you'll need to have … [Read more...] about Google Stadia will officially launch on November 19
A few more games have been announced for Google Stadia, all of which can be found on our main Stadia Games page. New games listed include: Attack on Titan 2: Final BattleCyberpunk 2077KineOrcs Must Die! 3SUPERHOTWindjammers 2 Some of those looks pretty interesting! I'm anxious to get my hands on Doom Eternal and NBA 2K20, but there is lots of good stuff coming. … [Read more...] about The latest games announced for Stadia