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Skidmore said:

So after the reveal of the Stadia platform, I've being thinking.

Basically you need an device to run the platform, it doesn't matter the overall power of it, as long as it can run video streaming. The obvious limitation of the Stadia is an always on-line policy, since all the processing would be done in the servers.

Could we have situation where do you have the Switch with an Stadia App, to run all the Third-Party games that the little machine could not run. And also still have the First-Party Nintendo games running off-line, in the device.

I know this is far from becoming a reality, but would pretty much make my Switch the one place for gaming at all.

In Japan Resident Evil 7, Phantasy Star Online and Assassins Creed Odyssey are available via streaming on Switch. So yes, Switch obviously could support Stadia. Question is if Nintendo wants that.

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