After over a year on the market, Google Stadia is finally starting to prove itself as a legitimate gaming platform. There's plenty of room to grow, so this will be a crucial year for Stadia.
Outriders is out now across all platforms, but the Stadia version is suffering from some big launch issues like broken cross-play. It's also running an outdated version of the game.
From being canceled to suddenly releasing in the cloud, the Stadia port of Terraria is basically pixel perfect. If you've ever played Terraria on console then you know exactly what you're getting.
NIS America announced its bringing Ys VIII, Trails of Cold Steel III, and Trails of Cold Steel IV all to Stadia over the next few weeks. Ys IX is also releasing later this summer.
Despite not having a ton of updates or improvements compared to the previous year, FIFA 21 is a solid soccer game. And if you're playing on Stadia, it's not like you have much of a choice otherwise.
Stadia has a deep library of great games at this point, including a Stadia Pro subscription catalog. But did you know you can play some genuinely awesome games totally free of charge?
Google Stadia isn't available everywhere on the planet yet and is only in the USA, Canada, UK, and select parts of Europe. Here is the full list of everywhere you can access Stadia.
Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of Elusive Age - Definitive Edition gets a surprise attack with a sudden launch on Stadia today. Beyond that, FIFA 21 and Terraria are both coming this week.
After canceling the game a month ago and then un-canceling it a couple of weeks ago, Terraria is now primed for release on Stadia. It's coming next week on March 18.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition is the best version of the classic beat 'em up and it plays great on Stadia. However, there are lots of better games in this genre nowadays.
Another slow month for Stadia amidst a swirl of negative publicity, inflated developer contracts, and poor sales. There are great games coming, but will it be enough?
Two Shantae games, Killer Queen Black, FIFA, and more are all coming very soon for Stadia, but that's just the start of what the service has in store for 2021.
Crayta is one of Stadia’s most unique timed exclusives and it’s now free for anyone to play on any device. This gives Google a direct response to the lack of titles like Roblox and Minecraft.
Google is putting Stadia in a very tough spot. Why should third-party developers continue to make games for the platform if not even Google wants to anymore?
Last week Stadia got Madden NFL 21 and now FIFA 21 has a date of its own. Hopefully, more big third-party titles hit the platform this year.