Ok, despite the versatility, stadia is becoming too unstable and sometime unplayable... So much so it becoming frustrating. I love the idea of playinton any screen but the stability recently has become an issue to the point playing becomes frustrating... I recently bought saints row the third and this game is pretty much unplayable with a controller especially during those never ending car chase where the joystick is hard to keep on the target... So I went to play on my mac and my god, unplayable... Lot of jumping, freezing stuttering... To a point I just logged out....
Add to that the pro line up is becoming less and less interesting and a lack a roadmap past 2021... Guess I will make my pc my primary gaming rig
Nothing wrong with that. I play on all platforms and Stadia was never going to be my primary, secondary or thirdenary (I know it's not a word) way to play games. I only used Stadia, because I wanted to try out cloud gaming (which works great for me) and wanted to play GYLT and OMD3 (fun). There are just too many games to look forward to in the next few months. Stadia just needs to move forward slowly and maybe one day more people might call Stadia their primary platform like some do right now, which if fine. I rant about Stadia quite often, because I personally think they screwed up in so many ways, but that's because they know how to execute cloud gaming, but don't know how to capitalize on it.ID: gq69dtd
Not to be a grammar nazi, but the word your looking for is tertiary. 😉
And for what it's worth, I'm of the same mindset on Stadia and Luna. It's probably my quinary platform right now, but I expect big things from cloud gaming some day.
Yeah unfortunately same for me. I’ve really wanted Stadia to work. Went through all sorts of hoops to get it running as well as it can on my 60Mbps internet but still keep getting instances of frame drops or audio stutters just when I think I’ve fixed it. Yet other times runs great. But couldn’t help put my PS4 on the other day, and remembered how much more choice I have on there, and with £50 spend on a 2TB external drive I can put dozens of games on and not worry about storage. The mobile app will also let me start downloads anywhere which helps. Just slower loading games, but at least when I play them it’s trouble free.
Are you saying Stadia is the problem or your network? Totally fine if it's not your first game choice. Nobody here is tell it to be. But I hope you understand that the problems you are complaining here is because your network.ID: gq6gnyn
Yes, it's legitimate to say my network has issues making Stadia less attractive to me. But if your network is good, Stadia plays with no noticable lag, stutter, or dropped frames.ID: gq6vek3
I'm going to jump in here. Stadia might work great for some, but doesn't mean it works great for others. Stadia has worked fine for me, but as gamers, you shouldn't have to worry about your speeds or what you're doing right or doing wrong. I play Xbox one, Switch and Ps5 and they just work. You shouldn't have to worry about resetting your modem (when it's clearly not the problem) checking to see if you're getting the correct pings to play etc. For a gamer, they just want to play a game. Not have worry about there downloads and uploads. Stadia might not be the problem, but gamers don't want to deal with trying to figure out what is wrong.
Love the platform and the potential, but I just miss games like battlefield and apex with an active online community. Hearing that the first party games are cancelled just killed my spirit.
You took the word right out of my mouth.
All good, play on what you want, but these issues are on your network, or hardware.ID: gq748qn
The network is fine, I was playing on the Chromecast right before