We just saw the first Stadia Connect, where Google shared more crucial information about their groundbreaking streaming service, which will allow players to enjoy games without a gaming PC or console, playing the games through Google Chrome with many conveniences and extra services on top. After it was first announced at GDC earlier this year, we’ve been waiting to learn more about the platform, its pricing model, and what catalog to expect. That’s what the first Stadia Connect conference is about. Stadia will launch November this year.Games First of all, we saw confirmation of the rumor that Baldur’s Gate III would open the conference. The game is now officially announced, with Swen Vincke sharing the excitement at Larian Studios. This announcement was followed by teasers of other major games such as Mortal Kombat 11, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. There were also two other announcements of indie games, … [Read more...] about Stadia Connect Recap – Games, Pricing, Launch Details
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There were a lot of things left unsaid during Google’s Stadia announcement three months ago, but finally the search giant has given us some answers in today’s Stadia Connect conference, confirming how much Stadia’s going to cost, when we can get our hands on it and exactly what games we’re going to be playing on it. So, err… Baldur’s Gate III, anyone? Google Stadia games Yep, that’s right. Baldur’s Gate III is coming to Google Stadia at launch. It’s the biggest game Larian’s ever made, and you can go and read all about it in Matthew’s big Baldur’s Gate III preview. Joining Baldur’s Gate III in Stadia’s launch line-up is Ubisoft’s new Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and the not-so-new The Division 2. Moonshine Studio’s co-op party game Get Packed is going to be a Stadia launch title as well, and we also saw a glimpse of a brand new (and Stadia exclusive) game from Rime studio Tequila Works called … [Read more...] about Google confirms games and price for Stadia
Allow me to be blunt—professional football, as we know it, is dying. By all accounts, the National Football League is the twenty-first-century tobacco industry. Dogged by public health concerns and tarnished by unwinnable political skirmishes, Sunday has become just another day of the week to many sports fans. According to a report by ESPN, the average Sunday Night Football viewership has seen a consistent decline over the last few years, falling to a loss of 4.347 million viewers between 2015 and 2017. Not only is the NFL losing fans, but it’s failing to create new ones. According to a 2014 survey conducted by Sports Business Journal, 61% of millennials believe that the NFL is a “sleazy” organization. And that was four years ago—before the NFL’s blatant mismanagement allowed its very existence to be a highly sensitive, political issue. While these numbers pose questions about the longevity of the Madden franchise, it seems less likely that football … [Read more...] about What Will Football Games Look Like After the NFL?
NBA is by far the biggest basketball franchise on the entire planet. However, the last game released for it was by 2K Games and it was one of the worst games ever released if user reviews are to say anything about it. This E3, EA have been given an opportunity to take a stab at the franchise with NBA Live 19 and see if they can put forth a game that is better in terms of quality than its predecessor. As is the case with almost all games shown at E3, the information is scarce and spread about on various different sources. For that reason, we have decided to compile it all and tell you everything about NBA Live 19. Be THE ONE and Build Your Squad for Global Dominance. #NBALIVE19 #EAPlay pic.twitter.com/mw9IWTxGdY — EA SPORTS NBA LIVE (@EASPORTSNBA) June 9, 2018 Everything about NBA Live 19 Franchise sports games seem to have a negative stigma attached to them that it’s the same game rehashed each year with updated squads. However, that is quite contrary to the truth and … [Read more...] about Everything You Need To Know About NBA Live 19
Here at PC Gamer we try to love all game genres equally. First person, third person, turn-based, realtime, MMO, MOBA, adventure, card game—all genres have given us classics that have come to define PC gaming. Some of them are rubbish though, right? As individuals there are genres we can't face playing. Let's explore that bitter seam and have a nice wholesome argument along the way in this week's edition of the PCG weekend Q&A. You'll find the rest here. Jarred Walton: I hate sports games Oh, this is easy. I hate sports games. I don't care if it's NFL, NHL, NBA, FIFA, cricket, or curling, I have no interest in playing a digital sport. I think it stems back to my youth, where I spent all of my free time cultivating my computer skills instead of worrying about sports--much to my mom's chagrin, I might add. But if I don't care much for playing a sport in the real world, why would I want to play it as a computer game? Answer: I wouldn't. Okay, so I wouldn't want to run around a … [Read more...] about Which game genre do you dislike the most, and why?