(Last Updated On: March 19, 2019)

Google Stadia makes older gaming platforms, well, just that. But if you think that’s all Google Stadia’s about, you’re missing the point, like some did on Twitter during the 2019 Game Developers Conference.

At the 2006 Game Developers Conference, I entered a contest at a party I wandered into in the W Hotel, and won a brand new Xbox One. Everyone was jealous. Of course, there have been many advances in how games are hosted and presented. But most are, well, console-based – none come from a central computer located as much as a 17-hour flight from where you may be. Enter Google Stadia.

To me, Google Stadia is scary and scary cool. You can call up a game you want to play right from YouTube – that’s unprecedented. No disk. No download. Just click, and boom! The idea is to get around the poor connection problems of the standard Internet, by using Google’s giagantor-sized, World-dominating network. And that’s why I say it’s both scary and scary cool. Think about it: you’re in Google’s Internet and not the Internet.

Something some people didn’t seem to get the message about on Twitter…

Which pretty much means Google can present to you the basis for an eventual World Government, and you’d not see it.


The possibilties of Google Stadia are so large it’s not at all funny to consider. Moreover, they’re world-changing. And lest you think no-one cares, as I write this “Google Stadia” or “Stadia” is number one, Worldwide, on Twitter. And that’s not because it’s a purchased position – that’s natural.

Stay tuned.


By Zennie Abraham

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