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Stadia Wave Podcast #1- Google Stadia Connect: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

On the inaugural episode of the Stadia Wave podcast, the boys break down the most recent Stadia marketing initiative, the Stadia Connect. Surprising to say the least, Google outlined their release schedule for the upcoming year in games, dropping a lot of hot takes and a few unexpected franchises. Ty, Tony, and Raheel take to the mics to share their thoughts, expectations, and disappointments on the announcements of the future of streaming.

To put it simply, the most recent Stadia Connect left the gang with more questions than answers, although there were a few highlights that stayed in the forefront of their minds. First up, the highlight of the conference was the announcement that Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to Stadia. Google is getting support from the big boys!

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There were a few low points as well, namely the lack of exclusives on the console. Why Orcs Must Die?

The discussion ends with a conversation about the areas of opportunity for Google Stadia in the future, as the possibilities are endless! Could we see a Google-owned development studio? What markets is Google ignoring?

Catch the Stadia Wave podcast when it releases on the second and last Fridays of each month. Stay wavey!

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Ty is here to talk gaming and chew bubblegum, but he's all out of gum. Writer and host of the Stadia Wave Podcast, he is an Animal Crossing Fanatic, a Mario Kart legend, and a sore loser at Smash. Add him on Switch @Creepshow101, PSN/Live at Grimelife13, or Stadia at Grimelife and play!

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