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Digital Foundry : Google Stadia Specs Analysis + Exclusive Performance Testing

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Are cloud gaming the future of gaming ?

Yes 16 30.19%
 
No 19 35.85%
 
Somehow 11 20.75%
 
Not Quite 7 13.21%
 
Total:53

https://youtu.be/VG06H7IQ9Aw

Some tidbit :

- All games video will be compress and look blurry

- Latency problem

- dependency with Internet Speed

-Unstability 



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It is definitely not for me.



Its a beta test in 2018, no?



As we all knew.



pretty good input lag performance on DF's test there, keeping up with a local X1X (both running the game in 30fps)



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I wonder how accurate this is. I wonder if they will make a performance test comparing different internet speeds and setups.



You know it deserves the GOTY.

Come join The 2018 Obscure Game Monthly Review Thread.

I knew it. Not interested in it at all. Bad image quality, latency issues. Nope! That's not the future of gaming for me.



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Reached PC Masterrace level.

Actually im impressed, then again i allways been a believer in cloudbased gaming



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Now that i watched the full video latency being on par with xbx, OP u biased much?



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The main thing I can see with this technology is this: single player games will perform worse, but online multiplayer will perform better. I mean, in a lot of multiplayer games, someone's console is often the host. Obviously, stadia is going to be better than this. Even a game with dedicated servers is not going to be better than Google's sytem though. On top of that, platform neutral means that you can just play with whoever you want regardless of device.

On the other hand, I just don't see how single player games can match running directly from a standard console. Internet connections can always have problems no matter how good their service gets.