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.
Black Friday is a fun time of the year to be a Gamer. Nvidia knows that it’s annoying to wait, so they’re launching their Black Friday Sale early. Beginning today, you can save $40 on Nvidia Shield TV.
Gamers are up in arms over the announcement of Blizzard’s upcoming mobile MMO Diablo Immortal. There are a lot of issues at play here, and we are going to deep dive into a few of them. Are Gamers really right to be so upset about this Game?
In case you haven’t already heard, 2018’s BlizzCon has been a bit controversial. Especially for the core Diablo fanbase. Instead of announcing a new Diablo Game for PC, Blizzard decided to showcase a mobile version of Diablo for smartphones. Is this the latest sign that Blizzard is losing their core Community?
Nvidia just released a big update for Nvidia Shield that introduces support for Amazon Echo devices. Now you’ll be able to use Alexa to control your TV without using your Remote. Nvidia has also partnered with select retailers to hook you up with a free Amazon Echo Dot when you purchase an Nvidia Shield. Existing Shield owners are also eligible for a discount.
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.
Does Halloween put you in a festive mood? Apparently it does the same thing for Gaming companies. Many are offering huge discounts and deals on Cloud Gaming Services and Games. We’ve decided to do some of the work for you, and we’ve compiled a list of the top 3 best Halloween Deals for Cloud Gamers.
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.
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.
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.