Apple's going for the 'most anti-competitive company' speedrun Apple's draconian App Store policies have been criticized time and time again, and most recently, they led to a lawsuit by Epic Games. The company also recently blocked game streaming services like Google Stadia and Xbox Game Streaming from entering the App Store. Apple has now updated its policies to allow game streaming services, but only if they go through many hoops. The App Store Review Guidelines have been updated with a new section specifically addressing streaming games. Read More Apple establishes ridiculous requirements for Stadia and Xbox Game Streaming on iOS was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Just Dance 2020 and Wolfenstein also included If you're already streaming games with Stadia Pro, there's some good news: a whole new batch of games have come on sale. And if you're a new member, there's even better news: all the other games that went on sale in the past two weeks are still on sale. Metro Exodus and The Division 2 along with their associated expansion packs and expanded editions are on deep discounts this week with many of them at least 40% off. Read MoreNew Stadia Pro deals include big discounts on Metro Exodus and The Division 2 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Project Tempo's timing could be pushed out to 2021 The New York Times reports that Amazon will follow in Stadia's footsteps with its own cloud gaming service, currently code-named Project Tempo. Details are sparse, but Amazon's general plans were confirmed just earlier today, with the service expected to launch this year — though coronavirus could push it back. Although most of The New York Times' story focused on two future games from Amazon's new game studio (Crucible and New World), the company also abstractly teased upcoming interactive games for its Twitch streaming platform. Read MoreReport: Amazon's working on a Stadia competitor, but it might be delayed due to coronavirus was written by the awesome team at Android Police.