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  1. You can play without a controller in Chrome browser. Chrome now supports a bunch of controllers including Dualshock 4, Xbox and Switch Pro btw
  2. I'm interested in the gameplay possibilities with Google Assistant baked in. Google's voice recognition tech is the best bar none (not sure about synthesis?)... perhaps you can have conversation with NPCs, or at least provide characters very specific instructions which they'll understand? Asking for gameplay tips? No so much.
  3. https://www.polygon.com/2019/3/19/18273176/google-stadia-konami-code-easter-egg Cute or groan... not sure yet.
  4. Yeah, like Gmail, and Google Maps.
  5. Well, that's cleared that up then.
  6. Not sure what the Stadia bitrate will be, but could it be comparable to Netflix? https://www.howtogeek.com/338983/how-much-data-does-netflix-use/
  7. Actually one thing I like, which I'm inferring here, is multiple rest mode states either for a single game or multiple games. Often I'm in the middle of a game and fancy something else (or my son want to play something), but need to get to a save point so I don't lose my progress. No reason traditional consoles can't implement that though.
  8. Nope. My guess is: $60 controller, $99 controller with Chromecast Ultra, or access free from your desktop A number of free-to-play games with your usual suspects Games are bought via the Stadia store with a similar price point to today
  9. Not sure I get it 100%, but it seems like a single GPU version of a game is running on a 10.7 teraflops instance, and a multi GPU game, if configured by the developers would be more? How many Teraflops does a top of the line PC push?
  10. 553 GB per hour uncompressed. Er, lol! Disclosure: quick Google search and it was the top result, no idea if correct.
  11. It does. They demoed it in the video.
  12. Disappointed there wasn't a "...and you can buy it right now!" announcement at the end. From playing GeForce Now and the Project Stream beta I'm cautiously optimistic.
  13. https://stadia.dev/ More information here.
  14. You couldn't with the project stream beta.
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