Parsec Fixes Voice Echo and Adds GPU Menu

Parsec continues to enhance their streaming platform with fixes for Voice Chat and GPU selection. This week they released update 144-1 which includes some nice quality-of-life enhancements for streaming.  Continue reading “Parsec Fixes Voice Echo and Adds GPU Menu”

Soapbox: Will there be another Generation of Gaming Computers & Consoles?

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?”

Rainway Optimizes for Low-End Computers

Rainway is becoming known for their dedication to improving their product. It feels like a substantial update is released almost every day. This week, the team focused on optimizing the client for low-end hardware. During the first few weeks of beta, Rainway worked decently on high-end hardware, but struggled on lower-powered systems.  Continue reading “Rainway Optimizes for Low-End Computers”

First Impressions of the GeForce Now PC Beta

Nvidia is a familiar name in the gaming streaming world. They won gamer’s hearts with their Shield Devices and Grid Streaming Service. Lately they’ve decided to conquer a new side of Game Streaming: Cloud Gaming. Their latest service is called GeForce Now, and it allows you to stream games from their Cloud to a Mac or PC. Continue reading “First Impressions of the GeForce Now PC Beta”

LiquidSky Early 2018 Review

LiquidSky officially Launched for Windows back in March of 2017. With almost a year under its belt, many might be wondering what the service is like today. Does it live up to the advertising and the hype? Is it worth the price? Should you choose the Gamer or the Pro Package? Continue reading “LiquidSky Early 2018 Review”

Rainway Begins adding support for Android

Rainway is already beginning to deliver on their promise of supporting multiple platforms with their game streaming technology. They have already announced future support for Xbox, Android, and iOS. For one of those platforms, the future may come more quickly. Continue reading “Rainway Begins adding support for Android”

Parsec Enhances Security By Allowing you to Control Permissions

Those of you that follow our YouTube should be familiar with Parsec. It’s one of our favorite Streaming Front-Ends, and it allows you to stream games locally or in the Cloud with ultra low latency at 60 fps.  Continue reading “Parsec Enhances Security By Allowing you to Control Permissions”

Rainway Launches without the Nintendo Switch

Rainway made waves in the gaming world when it released videos of its upcoming PC Game Streaming service running on the Nintendo Switch. They followed these videos with the announcement that Rainway would be entering open Beta on January 20th 2018.  Continue reading “Rainway Launches without the Nintendo Switch”

Cloud Gaming’s Best Secret is Snoost

Snoost. It’s a name that you probably haven’t heard before. They are a small Cloud Gaming company, and they are unique.

While other Cloud Gaming companies charge you by the hour, Snoost gives you an all-you-can-eat buffet of gaming. All starting at just $9 a month. If you’re not already a Cloud Gamer, that might not sound like a big deal. But it is. Continue reading “Cloud Gaming’s Best Secret is Snoost”