Shadow releases new Launcher and Features

Shadow has been busy behind the scenes lately. Today they are releasing a new Launcher as well as a few new features. This update is so big that Shadow has nicknamed it Galahad. Continue reading to learn about everything that has changed.

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Blade Announces Hive

Shadow’s Community is very important to them, and they are preparing to roll out some new Community-focused features. They’ll range from Party’s to capturing gameplay. Continue reading to learn what to expect in the near future.

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How is Rainway at the end of 2018?

It’s been almost a year since Rainway started their open beta in January of 2018. Things were rocky in the beginning, but have steadily improved. They plan to exit beta in January of 2019. That’s right around the corner. So how is Rainway today?

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How to Setup Google Cloud for Cloud Gaming

Have you been interested in testing Cloud Gaming, but didn’t want to invest before trying it? Today’s your lucky day because Google is offering $300 of free credit for new accounts. You’ll be able to sign up and enjoy a substantial amount of free Cloud Gaming. Continue reading to learn how to get started.

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Which Cloud Gaming Software Performs best in Google Chrome?

A few weeks ago, this article wouldn’t have been possible. Very few Cloud Gaming Softwares have allowed users to play through their web browser. However this is now a thing, and you’re probably wondering who’s the best. Let’s talk about 4 options for Cloud Gaming in Google Chrome.

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Parsec now works in Google Chrome

Parsec is know for the performance of their Game Streaming App. They have a reputation for achieving extremely low latency. Normally this kind of performance requires using Parsec’s own App. That all changes today with the release of Parsec for Chrome. Now Gamers can enjoy Parsec without installing the Parsec App.

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First Impressions of Google’s Project Stream

Google believes that the future of Cloud Gaming is in the browser. A Chrome browser to be precise. They’ve invited a select number of people to try their upcoming Project Stream Cloud Gaming service. We spent the weekend testing Project Stream, and our first impressions might surprise you.

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Xbox Gaming becomes Multiplatform with xCloud

During E3 2018, Microsoft teased an upcoming multiplatform Cloud Gaming service. This week they officially announced Project xCloud. It leverages the power of Azure and promises to bring Xbox Gaming to many devices.

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Google Launches a beta of it’s upcoming “Project Stream” Cloud Gaming Service

We’ve known for a while that Google is interested in Cloud Gaming. Tomorrow they are making it official with a beta test of their upcoming Project Stream service. A small selection of testers will be able to play the soon-to-be-released Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

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Can you Hack a Cloud Gaming Service?

At Flickstiq, we are often asked if there is a way to enjoy Cloud Gaming for free. Some people are even willing to use a hack to make it happen. So is it possible to use a paid Cloud Gaming Service without a Subscription?

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