• Stadia's Direct Touch input system comes to iPhone and iPad

    1 month ago - By iMore

    What you need to know
    Google has announced that Direct Touch support is now available to iOS Stadia users.
    Gamers can use touch controls in lieu of a controller when playing supported games.
    Only HUMANKIND is supported out the gate, though.
    Google has announced that Stadia subscribers can now play at least one game using its fancy new Direct Touch input system. That means that gamers won't need a controller to play anymore.
    Right now the only game that supports Direct Touch is Sega's HUMANKIND, but you can expect more games to receive support in the future.
    Direct touch is the Stadia input...
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  • Google Stadia's Direct Touch is coming to iOS - but that certainly won't save it

    Google Stadia's Direct Touch is coming to iOS - but that certainly won't save it

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Google Stadia was the tech giant's big push into the gaming world with a cloud-based solution. Gamers could instantly stream a litany of titles - big and small - on compatible devices you already own, such as TVs, laptops and your phone. At least, that was the sales pitch. Unfortunately, Google Stadia was slow off the blocks with a lack of compelling games or exclusives, a muddled pricing model that essentially made users pay twice to even use the service, and the limitations of being a cloud-only platform generally holding the service back - with no option to simply download titles. Plus...
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