How to find out if your home internet is good enough for Google Stadia

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Google is about to make video games even weirder than they already are, and you might have to learn what some numbers mean to keep up.

Last week, Google revealed launch information for its Stadia gaming platform. The sales pitch for Stadia is a strong one on the surface: You can play the biggest games with the highest visual settings without buying any new hardware. If you own a Chromecast or any device that runs a Chrome browser, you’re set.

Stadia does this by basically being Netflix for games. The game isn’t running in your home, it’s running on a powerful computer in a Google data center near you. You’re streaming a video of yourself playing a game, which means you can’t play anything without a stable internet connection. …

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