- Last November, Google finally launched a major gaming platform that was in development for years: Google Stadia.
- Instead of having to buy games on a disc or download them from a digital store, Stadia users stream games over the internet — for customers willing to pay $130 for the “premiere edition.”
- But the platform’s launch was rocky at best, with missing features and a paltry game library. Months later, Stadia’s game library still remains sparse.
- We spoke with game developers and publishers who said there are two main reasons their games aren’t on Stadia: Google didn’t offer them enough money, and read more >>>