French startup Blade is looking to finally get things right when it comes to cloud gaming services. It hopes to learn from where OnLive failed and improve upon current selections like Nvidia’s GeForce Now and Sony’s PS Now, but it’s got its work cut out for it. Greg Burke was on hand during CES 2018 to chat about the Shadow cloud-based PC streaming service, and it sounds pretty promising.
When the service rolls out, users will be able to play via PC, Mac, and Android devices with “high-end” graphics card and tech that should allow you to play just about any game out there, simply via streaming. It sounds like the future is here, so if you're looking for a gaming solution, Shadow may well be what you need to try out next! You can check out Greg's interview from CES 2018 below.
Brittany Vincent posted a new article, CES 2018: Stream Your Favorite PC Games With Shadow Cloud PC Gaming
Are they just going to keep on trying to sell this to gamers? Hasn't worked yet.