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[Google.com] $111.20 Stadia Premiere $71.20 Stadia Controller

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Jun 8, 2016
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[Google.com] $111.20 Stadia Premiere $71.20 Stadia Controller

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Price:
111.20
Savings:
20% off
Expiry:
October 26, 2020
Retailer:
Google.com
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Stadia Premiere (controller + Chromcast Ultra + Stadia Pro) is on sale for $111.20

Stadia controller is on sale for $71.20
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Newbie
Aug 22, 2018
32 posts
11 upvotes
Québec, QC
No free Stadia Code and ChromeCast ultra is the old one ...
I think it will have a better discount on BlackFriday...
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Newbie
Jun 8, 2016
55 posts
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Tyburse wrote: No free Stadia Code and ChromeCast ultra is the old one ...
I think it will have a better discount on BlackFriday...
You get 1 month of Stadia pro free.
There is a new Chromcast ultra? I am pretty sure this is the only way to get Chromcast ultra now.
Deal Addict
Nov 26, 2003
2190 posts
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Toronto
Shallos wrote: You get 1 month of Stadia pro free.
There is a new Chromcast ultra? I am pretty sure this is the only way to get Chromcast ultra now.
They probably mean the new Chromecast with Google TV, though it doesn't support Stadia yet, it is purported to do so with a future update.
Sr. Member
Dec 24, 2017
852 posts
714 upvotes
How is the controller in general? Does it work with Steam games?
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Jul 8, 2007
1419 posts
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zylonite wrote: How is the controller in general? Does it work with Steam games?
Yeah they do work on steam games.

The controller is ok, it feels like a small step down from a normal ps4 or xbox1 controller. I'd just suggest you wait for one of those go on sale with the influx of new controllers for the new generation.
Newbie
Jun 7, 2008
73 posts
60 upvotes
Good deal if you are going to buy the Ultra plus the controller. You can side load it to Android TV (buggy but workable). And if you are side loading to Android TV might as well just get a PS4 controller instead.

I used it for the past 3 months, works fantastically with good internet connection. Hope more games come on the platforms.
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Aug 27, 2009
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Ghosthunter123 wrote: Good deal if you are going to buy the Ultra plus the controller. You can side load it to Android TV (buggy but workable).
Go on.... I have an ultra being unused.
edit: Is it flashcast? That's a showstopper if you've ever used your chromecast :(
Newbie
Jun 7, 2008
73 posts
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Oh I meant you can sideload Stadia to Android TV (there are a few tutorials online, not sure if I would violate forum rules if I post the link or provide the instruction here). I personally use Stadia sideloaded on 2015 NVIDIA ShieldTV + PS4 controller (I do have the Stadia Controller, but PS4 controller just feels much more natural to me). The Stadia UI on Android TV is a bit janky right now, but once the game is loaded, it works perfectly. I am a big fan of the technology, Cyberpunk 2077 launch will be a defining moment for the platform.
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Aug 27, 2009
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Ghosthunter123 wrote: Oh I meant you can sideload Stadia to Android TV (there are a few tutorials online, not sure if I would violate forum rules if I post the link or provide the instruction here). I personally use Stadia sideloaded on 2015 NVIDIA ShieldTV + PS4 controller (I do have the Stadia Controller, but PS4 controller just feels much more natural to me). The Stadia UI on Android TV is a bit janky right now, but once the game is loaded, it works perfectly. I am a big fan of the technology, Cyberpunk 2077 launch will be a defining moment for the platform.
Oh nice, more devices that stadia can run on the better.
I just don't have faith in google (they fail at and abandon most projects).
Member
Mar 21, 2011
495 posts
401 upvotes
Will Google Stadia Stick around? tempted to jump in as that price is somewhat enticing.
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Oct 9, 2003
17528 posts
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Dead in the water, especially once Amazon's Luna comes. The model is simply better than Google's. Ps5, Xbox, and xcloud are better too.

Google should have given the hardware away with a 1 year subscription to lock folks in.
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Sep 1, 2004
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Eluder wrote: They probably mean the new Chromecast with Google TV, though it doesn't support Stadia yet, it is purported to do so with a future update.
Google's track record on giving up on products, don't bet on it.

IMO, the only way I can see them come back to this fight is to give away the hardware for free and merge all these online paid service similar to Apple One model.

https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/15/2143 ... ade-icloud

There is no way I will pay for Stadia right now. Not a cent. But you throw youtube music and youtube premium into the mix for $15/mth, I don't mind it.
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Feb 19, 2008
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Xtrema wrote: Google's track record on giving up on products, don't bet on it.

IMO, the only way I can see them come back to this fight is to give away the hardware for free and merge all these online paid service similar to Apple One model.

https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/15/2143 ... ade-icloud

There is no way I will pay for Stadia right now. Not a cent. But you throw youtube music and youtube premium into the mix for $15/mth, I don't mind it.
I was just thinking this. I was just packing up my Google Nexus player from the cottage and that exact thought occurred to me. I can't see this lasting.

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