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Stadia Developers Can’t Fix The Bugs In Their Own Game Because Google Fired Them – Kotaku

Apart from the sacking of about 150 developers, the throttling of Google Stadia has left a ton of early adopters well and truly in the lurch. Stadia was maligned…

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Apart from the sacking of about 150 developers, the throttling of Google Stadia has left a ton of early adopters well and truly in the lurch. Stadia was maligned from the start, and if the latest experience of Stadia users is any indication, its sure as hell not leaving a positive impression on the way out.
One of the few games that Google actually owns although it was released first on consoles and PC before making its Stadia debut was Journey to the Savage Planet. Google acquired Typhon Studios…

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