Google launches Stadia
Published in Gaming
20 November 2019

Google launches Stadia


Cloud-based gaming

Google launched Stadia, a cloud-based service that allows users to stream games including “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey” and “NBA 2K20” on the Chrome web browser.

German Bundestag invests 50 million in video games
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Should see them through winter

The Finance Committee of the German Bundestag has decided to spend 50 million euro to promote computer game development in Germany.

Game designers don't get guns
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Says the man who bought a chainsaw to a gunfight

Game designers first-person shooters do not really understand how guns should work in games, says Doom co-creator John Romero.

Activision Blizzard disappoints Wall Street
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Revenue below estimates

Activision Blizzard forecast fourth§quarter adjusted revenue below estimates, as the video game publisher faces stiff competition from online, free-to-play games.

Blizzcon 2019 brings Diablo 4, WoW: Shadowlands and Overwatch 2
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Plenty of things to see from Blizzard

Blizzard's annual Blizzcon 2019 show has kicked off yesterday with plenty of things to see, including the announcement of Diablo 4, next expansion for World of Warcraft, called Shadowlands, and Overwatch 2.