A standard Shadow Cloud Gaming machine comes with 256 GB of Storage. It’s included with their $34 unlimited Cloud Gaming subscription. For many Gamers, this amount of Storage isn’t enough. Starting today, Shadow subscribers will have the option of upgrading to 1 TB of additional Storage. Continue reading to find out how much it will cost and when it will be available.
Shadow has officially launched their Cloud Gaming service on the US East Coast. They offer unlimited hours of Cloud Gaming for $34 per month. We spent the weekend testing Shadow, and it’s been an interesting experience. Do they live up to all of the hype? Continue reading to find out.
We’ve heard rumors for a while, and it’s now official! Shadow is expanding their Cloud Gaming service to the United States East Coast. And it’s happening next week! Continue reading “Shadow is Expanding to the US East Coast on August 9th”
Parsec and Shadow recently opened their doors for an AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit. Gamers responded with many questions, and both companies revealed details about what comes next for their Game Streaming technologies..
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!
Shadow just announced that they’re reducing the pricing for their service. To put it more accurately, they’re eliminating price reductions for long-term commitments. In the U.S. that means that Shadow now costs $34.95 for everyone! Continue reading “Shadow Reduces Pricing for their Cloud Gaming Service! Shadow eliminates long-term commitment pricing“
At Flickstiq, we talk a lot about Cloud Gaming. Heck, we are completely dedicated to Cloud Gaming. With that said, we get asked a lot about what Cloud Gaming actually is. Most Gamers are familiar with Traditional Gaming. How is Cloud Gaming different?
Shadow cares deeply about user-feedback. They’ve been paying attention to what their users are saying, and it all comes together in their latest update. This week, Shadow users can look forward to new Apps on all platforms. Continue reading “Shadow prepares to release New Apps”
It’s been busy at Shadow since they officially launched in the United States back in January. They released an iOS client in Beta for all Shadow Subscribers. Most recently they implemented H.265 Support to reduce Cloud Gaming bandwidth requirements. Continue reading “Shadow’s H.265 Support lowers Bandwidth Requirements”
Shadow made a big splash with their California Launch last week. They have been vocal about their goal to become a premiere destination for Cloud Gamers. While they are very excited to have expanded beyond Europe, Shadow isn’t sitting still. They recently revealed details about their plans to move beyond computers. Continue reading “Shadow Prepares to open up it’s iOS Beta”