The Nintendo Switch is Already Well Equipped For Cloud Gaming

Cloud gaming is considered to be the future of gaming by many industry leaders. Tech giants Google even threw their hat into the ring recently with the unveiling of Google Stadia. Whilst Microsoft has been attempting to pioneer the venture for PC and Xbox gamers. Another of the industry leaders, Nintendo, may have had cloud gaming on the backburner when producing the Switch. Word is getting over from Japan of the consoles amazing capabilities for running cloud gaming software. It would explain Nintendo’s current lack of third party AAA titles and the reason they didn’t attempt to match the PS4 […]

Google Stadia Could Spell The End of The Console Wars

Rumours that Google were about to break into the console market have been circling for some time. And we finally have some solid evidence of the project that has been labelled Google Stadia. Google Stadia will forgo the conventional console format for an entirely cloud-based system. Similar to other services Google already offers like Google Play and Google Drive. Players will be able to launch their games on any device that supports Wi-Fi. The new format is potentially game-changing and if it works, could spell the end of the console wars.    Google Stadia Services Google made their announcement at […]

Cloud Gaming: The Replacement?

With Google, Microsoft and Electronic Arts all pushing for cloud-based game streaming, the competition is hotter than ever, which in turn will advance the technology faster. Is cloud gaming finally a viable alternative to local gaming systems? What hurdles have game streaming yet to face? The premise and appeal of game streaming is simple: play games at maximum settings using a device that never would be able to run the game in the first place. Why spend 1500 pounds upgrading your PC when you can play the latest games already with your five-year-old laptop? However, in practice, it has had […]