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I realise no one has a crystal ball but anyone thoughts on this likely to get cheaper?
owllee11/02/2020 18:39

I realise no one has a crystal ball but anyone thoughts on this likely to …I realise no one has a crystal ball but anyone thoughts on this likely to get cheaper?


I think this is as cheap as it gets.
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This game better deliver ...... ...... ... ... ... . . .
Cant wait for this
passingthroughtoday11/02/2020 19:53

This game better deliver ...... ...... ... ... ... . . .


The Bioware Animation team that developed Anthem have been brought in to help out. To add their special touch.
Edited by: "chaank" 11th Feb
This is one game I'm waiting for on stadia. I travel weekly and aside from the atrocious game selection the stadia experience has been flawless for me everywhere. Looking forward to being able to play on the go in 4k.
Edited by: "umirza85" 11th Feb
umirza8511/02/2020 21:51

This is one game I'm waiting for on stadia. I travel weekly and aside from …This is one game I'm waiting for on stadia. I travel weekly and aside from the atrocious game selection the stadia experience has been flawless for me everywhere. Looking forward to being able to play on the go in 4k.


Surely GeForce Now is a better option?
owllee11/02/2020 18:39

I realise no one has a crystal ball but anyone thoughts on this likely to …I realise no one has a crystal ball but anyone thoughts on this likely to get cheaper?


The price was £31.79 in December... so I reckon so. There's still 7 months before release.
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Still a great deal, though!
The_Hoff11/02/2020 22:44

Surely GeForce Now is a better option?


I've tried both (been in the beta a while now) and the games options and price/subscription for GFN is better the Stadia experience blows GFN out of the water (Graphics quality, resolution, lag/hiccups, input time etc...).

I'm not a fanboi either way, I have a very good home computer and just want to play certain games at the best quality possible while traveling. Right now that's RDR2, and next most likely will be Cyberpunk. Stadia check the boxes for what I'm looking for there. I'm sure if I didnt have a decent home computer I'd use GFN as price wise it makes much more sense.
can't wait for this, heat!!!!

now I just need a new pc
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