So Google has announced a new gaming platform called Stadia. It’s not a console, but a game service that aims to eventually have 4K resolution streaming. It is to launch sometime in 2019 and no pricing nor subscription plans have been mentioned.
One of the interesting aspects of Stadia is that you can use your existing controller to play games. This means if you already have an existing usb controller (i.e Xbox, PS4) you’re good to go. However, Google is also providing their own controller which has buttons for Google Assistant and a Capture button to save and share your gaming experience on Youtube.
Eagle eyed viewers who watched the announcement may have caught something printed at the back of the Stadia Controller – the ever popular Contra cheat code. It is sure to bring some smiles to all gamers who stumble upon it.
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