1. One of Stadia's Only First-Party Games Is Broken, and No Seems to Know Who Can Fix It - IGN  IGN
  2. Stadia Developers Can't Fix The Bugs In Their Own Game Because Google Fired Them  Kotaku
  3. Stadia struggling to fix Journey to the Savage Planet bug after firing developer  Eurogamer.net
  4. Google, Id and Bungie are the Subject of a Stadia Lawsuit - IGN  IGN
  5. Google struggles to fix its new Stadia game after shutting down own studios  The Verge
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Apart from the sacking of about 150 developers, the throttling of Google Stadia has left a ton of early adopters well and truly in the lurch. Stadia was maligned from the start, and if the latest experience of Stadia users is any indication, it’s sure as hell not leaving a positive impression on the way out. Apart from the sacking of about 150 developers, the throttling of Google Stadia has left a ton of early adopters well and truly in the lurch. Stadia was maligned from the start, and if the latest experience of Stadia users is any indication, it’s sure as hell not leaving a positive impression on the way out.

Stadia Developers Can't Fix The Bugs In Their Own Game Because Google Fired Them

Stadia struggling to fix Journey to the Savage Planet bug after firing developer • Eurogamer.net

Google is struggling to fix one its own games on Stadia after closing down its studios. Journey to the Savage Planet is unplayable for some Stadia players, and the developers are no longer in place to fix it.The devs are no longer working on Journey to the Savage Planet

Google struggles to fix its new Stadia game after shutting down own studios - The Verge

There’s another gaming-focused class action lawsuit in the works, this one against Google Stadia over whether or not Stadia can run games at 4K resolution. The suit was originally filed in October, but had a development earlier this month when lawyers for co-defendants id Software filed a notice of removal with federal court.There’s another gaming-focused class action lawsuit in the works, this one against Google Stadia over whether or not Stadia can run games at 4K resolution. The suit was originally filed in October, but had a development earlier this month when lawyers for co-defendants id Software filed a notice of removal with federal court.

Google's Facing A Class-Action Suit Over Stadia's Lack Of True 4K Gaming

Last month, Journey To The Savage Planet made its Stadia debut. Unfortunately, the sci-fi adventure is broken—and Google just fired all the developers who could've fixed it.Among various crashes and lockups, Savage Planet's Stadia version has a particularly nasty main menu freeze that can make the game effectively unplayable. But when searching for a fix for this issue, Redditor lordubuntu quickly discovered that nobody seems to know who's responsible for looking after the game.Posting screenshots from various channels, Google first told them to contact the game's publisher, 505. But 505 explained that it isn't responsible for publishing Savage Planet on Stadia—that responsibility falls to Google's Stadia Games and Entertainment, a studio Google shuttered this month.Posting in the comments to the above Reddit thread, a Stadia community manager claimed that Google is "actively working" for a solution to these issues."Hi folks, I understand how frustrating this situation is, and I'm sorry for the delayed update. We're actively working with our partners to identify a fix, and I will do my best to pass updates along."Stadia's Twitter account echoed that sentiment, similarly stating it is working with a "partner publisher" in response to concerns. But considering 505's denial of involvement with the game's Stadia port, there's plenty of confusion over which publisher Google is talking about.Google acquired developer Typhoon, then made its staff redundant.

Journey To The Savage Planet is broken on Stadia, and nobody's left to fix it | PC Gamer

Fans scramble as co-op shooter Journey to the Savage Planet remains broken on Stadia after Google closed the game's developer earlier this month.Fans scramble as co-op shooter Journey to the Savage Planet remains broken on Stadia after Google closed the game's developer earlier this month.

Journey To The Savage Planet Broken On Stadia With No Developer To Fix It

Google is facing a class-action lawsuit over its Stadia advertisement, initially claiming that all games on the service would run at 4K/60fps.Stadia isn't running well at slow internet speeds.

Google Stadia Faces Class-Action Lawsuit For 4K Claims

Google Stadia and the makers of Doom Eternal and Destiny 2 are defendants in a class action lawsuit claiming false claims of Stadia's video resolutionGoogle Stadia and the makers of Doom Eternal and Destiny 2 are defendants in a class action lawsuit claiming false claims of Stadia's video resolution

Google Stadia Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit Over Resolution Promises

Google, Bungie and id Software are facing a class-action lawsuit alleging that the companies mislead consumers over the resolution of games that would be played on Stadia, such as initially advertising Doom Eternal as running at 4K 60 FPS on the streaming platform.Google, Bungie and id Software are facing a class-action lawsuit alleging that the companies mislead consumers over the resolution of games that would be played on Stadia, such as initially advertising Doom Eternal as running at 4K 60 FPS on the streaming platform.

Google, id Software, Bungie targeted in Stadia 4K class-action lawsuit | Android Central

A new lawsuit takes aim at the streaming service and early promises.

Google, Bungie, And id Software Are Part Of Lawsuit Regarding Stadia’s Resolution, Stream Quality

A new lawsuit takes aim at the streaming service and early promises.

Google, Bungie, And id Software Are Part Of Lawsuit Regarding Stadia’s Resolution, Stream Quality

Google got sued for “greatly exaggerating: claims about Stadia. The breach of contract lawsuit is just coming to light after being filed in October of last year. In the actual document, the plaintiffs argue that Google “made false and misleading claims” when it came to the streaming [...]Google got sued for “greatly exaggerating: claims about Stadia. The breach of contract lawsuit [...]

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A new lawsuit targets Google, Bungie, and id Software over Stadia's streaming resolutionA new lawsuit targets Google, Bungie, and id Software over Stadia's streaming resolution

Class-action suit takes aim at Google Stadia's 4K claims | GamesIndustry.biz

There’s no denying Google seriously oversold their Stadia cloud gaming service prior to launch, and now they face a lawsuit for it.There’s no denying Google seriously oversold their Stadia cloud gaming service prior to launch, and now they face a lawsuit for it.

Stadia Hit With a Class-Action Lawsuit for Failing to Deliver Promised Native 4K Gameplay

In a 42-page breach-of-contract lawsuit filed in the Eastern Court District of New York against Google, Bungie, and id Software, it's stated that Google "greatly exaggerated the...In a 42-page breach-of-contract lawsuit filed in the Eastern Court District of New York against Google, Bungie, and id Software, it's stated that Google "greatly exaggerated the...

Google hit with class-action lawsuit over Stadia's 4K gaming claims

There’s another gaming-focused class action lawsuit in the works, this one against Google Stadia over whether or not Stadia can run games at 4KThere’s another gaming-focused class action lawsuit in the works, this one against Google Stadia over whether or not Stadia can run games at 4K resolution. The suit was originally filed in October, but had a development earlier this month when lawyers for co-defendants id Software filed a notice of removal...

Google's Facing A Class-Action Suit Over Stadia's Lack Of True 4K Gaming