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GeForce Now Finally Lets Users Automatically Sync Games With Their Steam Library

Nvidia has given GeForce Now an easier way to search for compatible games with a new feature called Game Sync. Instead of scrolling through game categories in the main menu or typing game titles into the search bar, GeForce Now users can sync their Steam library with their account. Games will automatically appear under My Library for easy access, taking a lot of the guesswork out of finding compatible games. Read More >>

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All the Game Streaming Services Google Stadia is Up Against

This week Google announced Stadia, a gaming service that runs from the cloud rather than a console in your living room or a souped-up gaming rig in your study. The concept of streaming games over the web isn’t new though – these are the other services that Stadia is going up against, and what they offer. Read More >>

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Nvidia’s Game Streaming Service Launches Tomorrow, and Will Cost You £7.50 a Month

The Shield is Nvidia’s Android TV gaming powerhouse, and Grid is its software soul—a streaming service that lets you play a selection of titles over the internet. Think like a Netflix for FPSes. But Grid is changing. Starting tomorrow it will launch out of beta under the new name GeForce Now, with an £7.50-per-month subscription price. Read More >>