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Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now?

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I was thinking of trying out Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now, just to see what they're like.

But I've heard that Google Stadia has improved since launch. 

It still has a poor selection when it comes to games.

But GeForce Now on the other hand has a better game selection but have to buy the games separately.

It also doesn't have a good connection compared to Google Stadia.

Also, the Founder's Edition Membership has sold out!

 

So which one? 

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12 minutes ago, Communist_Empire said:

I was thinking of trying out Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now, just to see what they're like.

But I've heard that Google Stadia has improved since launch. 

It still has a poor selection when it comes to games.

But GeForce Now on the other hand has a better game selection but have to buy the games separately.

It also doesn't have a good connection compared to Google Stadia.

Also, the Founder's Edition Membership has sold out!

 

So which one? 

Both.  Check them both out.


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52 minutes ago, Communist_Empire said:

I was thinking of trying out Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now, just to see what they're like.

But I've heard that Google Stadia has improved since launch. 

It still has a poor selection when it comes to games.

But GeForce Now on the other hand has a better game selection but have to buy the games separately.

It also doesn't have a good connection compared to Google Stadia.

Also, the Founder's Edition Membership has sold out!

 

So which one? 

you can check for your self ;)


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Neither, honestly.


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Just now, Chevy_Monsenhor said:

Neither, honestly.

i mean i can honestly see a use case for geforce now 

but the stadia sucks 

 


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B550m TuF plus.

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1650 super.

CX450.

MX500.

NX500.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Communist_Empire said:

But GeForce Now on the other hand has a better game selection but have to buy the games separately.

From my experience it's the other way around. GeForce Now just works off your Steam account while Stadia is a completely separate thing. Meaning you have to purchase games you have on Steam, again for use in Stadia. 


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On 5/19/2020 at 5:30 AM, Communist_Empire said:

I was thinking of trying out Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now, just to see what they're like.

But I've heard that Google Stadia has improved since launch. 

It still has a poor selection when it comes to games.

But GeForce Now on the other hand has a better game selection but have to buy the games separately.

It also doesn't have a good connection compared to Google Stadia.

Also, the Founder's Edition Membership has sold out!

 

So which one? 

Neither are particularly good. Like I finished Steamworld Dig 2 on Stadia despite issues with latency and quality.

 

Stadia I absolutely would not recommend for multiplayer games primarily because you're dealing with two layers of latency, you to the data center for stadia, and stadia to the data center for the game. Ultimately Stadia-like services might be the right way forward for MMO games that have cheater problems, but the games operator needs to actually put the rendering hardware and the game servers in the same data center for this latency to go away. Till then, Stadia-like services will only be good for turn-based multiplayer, and single player games with latency-tolerable input (eg fighting, rhythm and platformer games might be SOL.)

 

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