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Cloud gaming - Wikipedia

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Cloud gaming , sometimes called gaming on demand or gaming-as-a-service , is a type of online gaming that runs video games on remote servers and streams them directly to a user's device, or more colloquially, playing a game remotely from a cloud . It contrasts with traditional means of gaming, wherein a game runs locally on a user's video game console, personal computer, or mobile device.
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  • Cloud gaming

    {{{1}}} Cloud gaming, sometimes called gaming on demand or gaming-as-a-service, is a type of online gaming that runs video games on remote servers and

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  • Xbox Cloud Gaming

    Xbox Cloud Gaming (formerly known as Project xCloud and colloquially referred to as xCloud) is Microsoft's Xbox cloud gaming service. Initially released

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  • Cloud game

    Cloud game may refer to: Cloud (video game) Cloud gaming This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Cloud game. If an internal

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  • Video game

    expanded onto mobile gaming through smartphones and tablet computers, virtual and augmented reality systems, and remote cloud gaming. Video games are classified

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  • Xbox Game Pass

    Xbox Game Pass provides this service on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One consoles, as well as Android, iOS, and iPadOS devices via Xbox Cloud Gaming, while

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  • Cloud computing

    computing Cloud computing security Cloud computing comparison Cloud management Cloud research Cloud robotics Cloud gaming Cloud storage Cloudlet Computer cluster

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  • History of video games (redirect from History of video gaming)

    a shift of demographics as mobile gaming on smartphones and tablets displaced handheld consoles, and casual gaming had become an increasing larger sector

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  • WeGame

    and will provide gaming info, purchases, downloads, live streaming and community services, creating an open ecosystem for gaming. WeGame is an upgraded

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  • Edge computing (redirect from Edge cloud)

    defined. Another use of the architecture is cloud gaming, where some aspects of a game could run in the cloud, while the rendered video is transferred to

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  • Ninth generation of video game consoles

    Nintendo Switch and cloud-gaming services such as Stadia and Amazon Luna as overlaps from the prior eighth generation of video game consoles. The duration

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  • Xbox (redirect from Gaming Cloud)

    the Server Manager. Xbox Game Pass Cloud Gaming (codenamed xCloud during development) is the Microsoft's Xbox cloud gaming streaming service. In 2019

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  • History of mobile games (section Game subscription services, cloud gaming, and popular players)

    both Microsoft and Google have been developing cloud gaming services in Xbox Game Pass cloud gaming and Stadia that would allow console-quality games

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  • BlueStacks (redirect from GamePop)

    September 2021, BlueStacks launched BlueStacks X, a cloud-based Android gaming platform. Driven by Hybrid Cloud technology, BlueStacks X is powered by now.gg

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  • Amazon Luna (category Cloud gaming services)

    Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming platform developed and operated by Amazon. Luna was announced on September 24, 2020, with early access available to subscribers

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  • Video game console

    respective library of games for those platforms, as well as features such as cloud gaming. These consoles also typically include support for other apps available

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  • Shadow.tech (category Cloud gaming)

    Shadow.tech is a Cloud gaming service developed by the French company Blade (Acquired by OVHcloud). Their technology is based on Windows 10 servers executing

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  • GeForce Now (category Cloud gaming services)

    GeForce Now (stylized as GeForce NOW) is the brand used by Nvidia for its cloud gaming service. The Nvidia Shield version of GeForce Now, formerly known as

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  • Nvidia GRID

    by Nvidia, introduced in 2008, that is targeted specifically towards cloud gaming. The Nvidia GRID includes both graphics processing and video encoding

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  • List of Amazon Luna games (category Video game lists by technology or feature)

    This is a list of games planned for release on the Amazon Luna cloud gaming service. There are currently 86 titles on this list. Contents: 0–9 A B C D

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  • Steam (service) (redirect from Steam (gaming))

    online recommended strict separation of gaming and sensitive data, for example using a PC dedicated to gaming, gaming from a second Windows installation,

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