Shadow is on the verge of implementing some impressive upgrades to their Cloud Gaming servers. These upgrades will start rolling out on June 1st, but we expect this to be a gradual release. Find out more after the break!
Capcom is bringing Resident Evil 7 (RE7) to the Nintendo Switch, but not in the way that you would think! RE7 is getting a rather unique treatment when it comes to being ported to the Switch. Find out all the details after the break!
The Steam Link App story continues! After a period of silence, Apple has explained why Valve’s Game Streaming App was rejected from the Apple App Store. They also clearly state that it could still happen.
Recently we reported that LiquidSky is introducing a new pricing structure. Their new plans increase pricing across the board and remove features like SkyCredit Rollover. The LiquidSky Community has been quick to express their dissatisfaction with these changes.
LiquidSky is a popular Cloud Gaming Service that is available on Windows and Android. They recently announced a complete re-work of their Plans and Pricing. These changes are based on feedback from the LiquidSky Community. Read on to learn how the new plans will work.
Nvidia recently notified Gamers that GeForce Now on Nvidia Shield will be free starting May 15th 2018. Their Cloud Gaming service previously required a $7.99 monthly subscription. So what does this mean for fans of GeForce Now?
Building a Raspberry Pi is one of the cheapest ways to start your Cloud Gaming journey. That’s right, a $40 device and a Cloud Gaming subscription are all that you need to enjoy Gaming at Ultra Quality. Continue reading to find out how to set it up!
Apple has denied Valve’s request to have the Steam Link App added to the App Store. Valve announced last week that they were expecting to launch the Steam Link App on iOS and Android devices during the week of May 21st. They were only able to successfully launch on Android.
EA recently acquired Cloud Gaming assets from GameFly. GameFly’s technology will allow them to deepen their capabilities and expertise in the Cloud Gaming industry. So what comes next?
Simplay made news recently when they announced their partnership with Parsec. While that’s exciting, Simplay wants us to remember that they are developing their own streaming technology. It’s called Photon, and it represents the future of the Simplay platform. So what does the future look like?