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Magonigal

Amazons cloud gaming service Luna has just been announced :
https://www.gamesradar.com/amazon-announces-its-own-game-stre...

One thing that stood out for me is the internet usage of 10GB an hour for 1080p. This is a problem for any cloud gaming service - it's fine for people with unlimited internet but can't see many people gaming on mobile. At least it looks better than Stadia and will be interesting to compare it to Xbox game streaming. I prefer the Microsoft cloud because it's in addition to Game Pass and then buying the game if you want to.

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porto

I saw it being headlined on the website. I read it as Luma and thought it was something Nintendo related. my disappointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined

porto

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Rexenoboy

It's going to be dead on arrival. Just like Stadia.

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TheFrenchiestFry

If the games themselves aren't paid and the service is actually treated like a Netflix subscription service for gaming like Game Pass this is already a more interesting lineup of games than Stadia's

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Rexenoboy

It can have the best games in the world, with such immense download volumes required and at such high speeds, only a very small percent of the world's population will be able to afford and use it properly. It's at least 5 years too early for services like this to truly take off.

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porto

Speaking of Stadia, that thing was one of the most weirdest things. It was hugely popular for a while, ads everywhere, headlined everywhere, and then literally no one talked about them. Just like Fall Guys lol

porto

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6ch6ris6

not another useless streaming service >

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Magonigal

@Ninfan

Introductory pricing of $5.99 but not really sure how the pricing works in general because it seems that they have 'channels' like one just for Ubisoft games that may have different pricing. Don't know, seems all a bit vague at the moment. I still think that Microsofts service is the best so far

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