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Google on schedule to press play on its Stadia cloud gaming service in November.
Stadia will let you play high-end games without buying expensive consoles or computers.

You’ll be able to play on laptops, TVs and phones. Just connect to the net.

Google will be selling a Stadia controller.

The Founder’s Edition package will cost you 129-99. That gets you a game controller, Chromecast Ultra streaming device and a three-month subscription.

Cloud gaming the thing.

Ubisoft with “Watch Dog Legion” in March 2020.

Xbox with the 8-K console, code-named Project Scarlett. A Christmas 2020 release.

Xbox beating Google Stadia to the punch with an October launch of its X-Cloud streaming service. Oh, the gamesmanship.

Nintendo releasing a smaller version of the “Switch.”

The Switch Lite will cost 199-dollars.

The original Switch console is handheld and can also be plugged into a TV. It costs 299-dollars.

The Switch Lite is exclusively portable and comes in a variety of bright colors.

It will be released September 20th.

You won’t have to wait for this one. Nintendo out with its highly anticipated mobile game ‘Dr. Mario World.’

The game features Mario and friends as doctors. They must treat viruses by matching capsules to form three of a kind.

The puzzle is free to play. There are in-app purchases available from 1-99 to 69-99.

You download Dr. Mario World on iOS and Android supported devices.

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