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How does the Google Stadia work?

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Can someone explain the working principle of Google Stadia. Is it like the wide scale adaptation of PlayStation's remote play?

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wrong section for this post.

 

But it's a cloud gaming service. you pay for the service, choose a game to play, it runs on a foreign machine but streams to your screen


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1 hour ago, Ritzkpl said:

Can someone explain the working principle of Google Stadia. Is it like the wide scale adaptation of PlayStation's remote play?

It's more like PlayStation Now. Though Remote Play is a decent comparison.


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On 3/22/2019 at 5:20 PM, Ritzkpl said:

Can someone explain the working principle of Google Stadia. Is it like the wide scale adaptation of PlayStation's remote play?

All Graphical and other resource compiling will be done on Google's cloud servers, all your computer will do is just sends the signal of video and controls input, so you will not required the great system to run big games. 

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