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Saturday, 12 September 2020

Microsoft calls Apple's new guidelines for cloud gaming "a bad experience for customers"


The move means that game-streaming services like xCloud and Stadia can make the leap to iPhones and iPads, but that individual titles offered by each service will need to be released as separate iOS and iPadOS apps. While Apple is allowing companies like Microsoft and Google to create “catalog”-style apps,...

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