The First Person Shooter genre is one of the most popular in Gaming. It can also be one of the most competitive and demanding. So is it reasonable to play FPS Games through a Cloud Server?
We recently wrote about how much you should pay for Cloud Gaming. While the points that we made in that article still hold true, the industry seems to be settling on a new standard. Is $30 now the accepted price for a Cloud Gaming subscription?
One of the best things about Cloud Gaming is flexibility. You can play on almost any device that you want. In today’s world, many of those devices will be powered by Android. So is Cloud Gaming on Android any good?
As a Gamer, you may be wondering why Cloud Gaming Providers choose to charge you for their services. Why isn’t it free? This is a fair question to ask, because one side of Cloud Gaming is affordability. Cloud Gaming is supposed to save you money compared to owning a Gaming PC. So why do you have to pay for Cloud Gaming?
Many Cloud Gaming companies choose to bill users by the hour. If you’re a heavy Gamer, then this may not work for you. You may need something with unlimited usage in order to keep your costs reasonable. In this article, we will break down the top 5 Cloud Gaming Providers that offer unlimited service for a flat monthly fee.
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.
How much should a Cloud Gaming Provider charge for their service? As you start browsing the different options that are available, you’ll find that the price tends to be all over the place. Is it wrong for one company to charge $60 while another charges $10?
One of the biggest draws of Cloud Gaming is it’s affordability. The sales pitch is that you could spend hundreds on building a gaming computer, or pay a small monthly fee for a Cloud Gaming system. Are you really better off renting a Cloud Computer instead of just building one? Continue reading “Soapbox: Building VS Renting Is it really a better deal to Rent a Cloud Computer for Gaming?“
It appears that the writing is on the wall. The Internet keeps advancing, and the need for heavy hardware is diminishing. Each generation of gaming console sticks around for longer and longer. We can do more with older computer hardware than ever before. Continue reading “Soapbox: Will there be another Generation of Gaming Computers & Consoles? Can Cloud Gaming replace the need to have powerful Hardware?“