Google Stadia reached the market in November last year after promising much to be the most revolutionary videogame speaker on the market. The fact is after all these months and most of all, after a thorough experiment, that G's great service has great ideas but unfortunately he was badly killed.
One of the major consumer complaints is Google Stadia's limited catalog. While it is true that earlier this year the Mount View boys were promising 120 new titles, many of them special, we have seen, not forgetting the latest Stadia team statements that realized the true power of the part We would see from here to five years. What really happens with Google Stadia?
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Money, the biggest problem of not having enough titles on Google Stadia
According to a recent statement made by the developer team for digital media for Business Insider, Google would not provide enough incentives to the developer bringing their different topics to Stadia.
In the words of one of them – who wanted to remain anonymous – when Google contacted his work team, he admitted the company's money was missing. While it says money isn't everything, yes it should at least be a factor in the discussion
"There are platforms where you want to say yes or yes because they have a very important audience and you want to reach that audience, for example Steam or Nintendo Switch. But Google doesn't just have a gaming base and there is a problem that when you work with Google you don't know if Stadia will survive this year"- – says one developer interviewed by Buster Insider.
These statements indicate only that Google has a lot of work ahead. Not only should they convince users that their streaming platform is more attractive than one of the standard platforms like PlayStation, Microsoft or Sony, but also developers to take their games to Stadia. And as we all know, when there are no games … there are no players.
Google Stadia can be found on the Big G website at a price of 129 euros and features Chromecast, which is a long and three-month subscription to Stadia Pro GRID Games, SteamWorld Demand and SteamWorld Dig 2 were the last to join the Stadia catalog.