Despite being a huge gamer, I never expect anything big from the annual Games Developers Conference. The show may all be about games but it’s focused more on the development side of things and it’s not consumer focused. But there was some big news coming from this year’s GDC and it was, from all people, Google.
Google is entering the quickly crowded world of gaming. But they’re not releasing a new-fangled console or anything like that. Being Google, they’re going to try something different. It’s going to be a system that, as long as you have a good enough Internet connection, you can play all those super state-of-the-art games like the new Assassin’s Creed game on anything. You won’t even need a beefy PC to play those kinds of games: even your mobile device will be able to play it!
Google isn’t just writing in Stadia as some kind of…
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