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Stadia is Everything Money Grubbing "AAA" Publishers Could Ever Ask For

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Tired of video game piracy, physical copies, and competition? Ask your doctor about Stadia!

Stadia is a prescription DRM platform guaranteed to  wipe out any annoying semblances of consumer rights. 

Stadia forces your "customers" to always be online. No more playing offline for them!

Stadia is a subscription based Games as a Service or "GaaS". GaaS costs more money in the long term than a one time purchase!

Stadia will allow you to completely abandon any games you don't feel like keeping on your servers, wiping out any Stadia exclusive games from history overnight!

Stadia injects advertisements and youtube level censorship directly into your games! This increases revenue and decreases creativity!

Stadia slowly releases microtransactions into the bloodstream of your games, with little pushback from the consumer. 

Stadia is loved by ISPs too! With Stadia you'll be able to charge more for going over data limits!

Side effects may include, lack of creativity in AAA games, entire games being lost to history forever, the death of the hardware market, annoying ads, no more mods, spying on consumers, microtransactions, and Donald Trump being elected to a second term.



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As long as I can play games, I'm fine with it.



    

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As i said this is why the original xbox one could have been the tits



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BasilZero said:
As long as I can play games, I'm fine with it.

What scares me most is that the majority of consumers in the USA feel the same. I'm really on the fence as to whether it succeeds or not, but damn I really hope it doesn't. At least not until PS5 has come and gone. 



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Yeah, it's not the coolest thing ever. I hope it does flop, but I just don't think it will.



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Frankly by the time this vision would become the baseline id probably be over with new games anyway. I'm 39, only play RPGs, and i'd probably be 50 by the time this would be a thing. Plenty of back catalog to just play old games.



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mZuzek said:
Yeah, it's not the coolest thing ever. I hope it does flop, but I just don't think it will.

I think it'll flop but I can see Google being so stubborn with it that they would actually go through hell just to make you buy into their subscription services. So a modicum of success is possible.



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Mar1217 said:
mZuzek said:
Yeah, it's not the coolest thing ever. I hope it does flop, but I just don't think it will.

I think it'll flop but I can see Google being so stubborn with it that they would actually go through hell just to make you buy into their subscription services. So a modicum of success is possible.

 

I can see it doing similar level as the first original Xbox compared to the success of the xbox360.

 

The technology is still new and has much to grow - its going to go through some growing pains no doubt - I still think its a few years too early for something like this but I'm sure it will grow into something big.

 

 

If Google isnt successful with this, I cant see anyone else being as successful at least not until couple of more years.



    

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Cerebralbore101 said:

Stadia injects advertisements and youtube level censorship directly into your games! This increases revenue and decreases creativity!

Stadia slowly releases microtransactions into the bloodstream of your games, with little pushback from the consumer.

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If Google decided to continue with their Google Fiber Program, this would be a good buy. But considering that IP's like Comcast still exist with their cuckery of bandwidth caps, I'd probably have more time enjoying playing with my toaster than the 12 minutes I can stream a game.