They Said Google Stadia Was Dead — So I Bought One

Forget consoles — real next-gen gaming is on the cloud

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If you believe everything you read, Google Stadia was killed on February 1st 2021.

For those who may not be aware (or simply don’t care), Google Stadia is a cloud gaming service that allows users to play games by streaming them online, rather than downloading and installing them. Effectively, it’s…




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Gem Jackson

Gem Jackson

Writer and educator in law and philosophy. Also wrote a book.

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