Google has proven -time and again- to be a giant in the tech world. The company which has the world’s most used search engine has changed the lives of several individuals across the world. With Google, you can ask virtually any question and get immediate answers. GoogleMyBusiness has drastically helped business people reach out to their customers while Google’s online Digital Marketing class has improved many lives; to mention but few.
While we all thought that was all, and gamers thought Google had no plans for them until Google shocked the world again when they launched Stadia
Stadia is Google’s foray into game streaming. Stadia game is streamed on the cloud. Gamers understand how much relief this is since most game sizes are really large and require a lot of precious space on their gadgets.
That is not all, it can be played on your mobile phone, TV, PC, and any other gadget and you can easily switch from one device to the other if you desire it.
Another advantage here is that the Stadia Premiere package that costs $129—significantly less expensive than any modern console.
A user who also writes on Forbes shared his experience as follows
“Performance, for me at least, has been fairly good, overall. I’m honestly surprised by the relative lack of lag in online games like Destiny 2 and Mortal Kombat 11, though I don’t think any serious competitive gamer would be wise to play either of those titles on Stadia rather than traditional consoles or PC since any bit of lag is a massive disadvantage.”
Do not forget that in 2017, Apple partnered with Adekunle’s UK-based company, Reach Robotics to produce the world’s first gaming robot, which Apple now sells the robots at $250 a pop. Although, unlike Stadia which is basically software, Meka Mon combines both software and hardware.
Are these tech giants not changing the world. In 2017, it was Meka Mon, now it is Stadia. What do you think?