If you’re anything like me, you’ll know what it’s like to struggle with a sluggish (at best) computer and tell yourself that you’ll have it seen to tomorrow. It just so happens that on that tomorrow you’ll need to work on that spreadsheet, hope that your machine holds up just for a day and succumb to the fact that the …
We haven’t really heard very much about Google Stadia since its soft launch last year. Sure, it works well enough when there’s proximity to its servers, though there’s definitely more latency than any serious gamer would like. Of course, that’s not really the point of Stadia is it? It’s all about being able to jump in and play a game without having to use a dedicated console or PC, and being able to jump between devices on the fly.
We know that the upcoming next-generation Xbox will support the three previous generations of Xbox games. If you buy the new Xbox Series X (or the cheaper machine, whose name we don’t know just yet), you’ll be able to play existing Xbox One games, backwards compatible Xbox 360 games, and even supported Xbox Original games. will the PlayStation do similar?
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