Is Paperspace a good option for Cloud Gaming in 2019?

Paperspace has had a presence in the Cloud Gaming market for a while now. They were one of the first companies to see the potential in both Cloud Gaming and Enterprise applications. Now that there are more Cloud Gaming services available, is Paperspace still a good choice in 2019?

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2018 was an Awesome Year for Cloud Gaming

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A Weekend with Shadow

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.

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LiquidSky Mid-2018 Review

When we first tested LiquidSky at the beginning of 2018, we felt that they had some opportunities. Their network wasn’t very stable, and they were a bit under-powered. Have they improved at all during the past few months?

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TPCAST for HTC Vive Review (2018)

We recently covered Game Streaming on the Oculus Go. And while that is convenient, the Oculus Go lacks full dual 6DOF controllers. If you’re looking for a more complete VR Game Streaming experience, then you might be interested in learning about TPCAST.

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First Impressions of Playkey Cloud Gaming

We were recently invited to test a new Cloud Gaming service called Playkey. They are an ambitious company that aspires to rule the Cloud Gaming world through a Decentralized Network. So what does that mean? Continue reading “First Impressions of Playkey Cloud Gaming”

5 Cloud Gaming Services that you can Start for Free

Cloud Gaming is a new and exciting way to enjoy Video Games. It often can be more affordable than building your own Gaming PC. With that said, sometimes it’s nice to get your feet wet for free. Maybe your budget is tight, or maybe you just aren’t sure about the whole Cloud Gaming thing yet. We’ve got you covered! The following services will let you get started without spending a penny up front! Continue reading “5 Cloud Gaming Services that you can Start for Free”

Using the Asus Nexus 7 for Cloud Gaming (Review)

Some might say that Cloud Gaming shines best when it’s mobile. Gaming is great in general, but it’s even better when you get to decide where to play. Android is a great mobile platform, and the Asus Nexus 7 might be the budget-friendly device that you’ve been looking for. Continue reading “Using the Asus Nexus 7 for Cloud Gaming (Review)”

Vortex Cloud Gaming Early 2018 Review

Vortex is a Cloud Gaming Service from the makers of Remotr. They offer 100 Hours of Gaming for $9.99 per month. Vortex’s approach is very similar to what Nvidia is doing with GeForce Now. They offer a large library of games that are a mixture of free and paid titles. So how does Vortex actually perform? Continue reading “Vortex Cloud Gaming Early 2018 Review”