1. Shadow Review

    The best cloud gaming service out there.

    Currently, Shadow is the only fully realized cloud gaming service out there, making it our top pick by default. It offers good speeds and a pleasant experience, though it's not without its faults. Check out our full Shadow review for all the details.

    By Jacob Roach19 Sep'192021-01-31 04:32:06

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    Starts from$ 1199per month

  1. GeForce Now Review

    It'll be the best once it's on the market.

    GeForce Now is a cloud gaming service from Nvidia and, as you'd expect from a company with that many resources, it's very, very good. However, it's also still in closed beta, so this GeForce Now review is more a sneak peek than anything else.

    By Jacob Roach06 Oct'192021-03-10 03:53:35

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    Starts from$ 499per month
  2. Project xCloud Review

    A serious competitor, when it comes out.

    By Jacob Roach12 Dec'192021-01-19 08:15:08

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  1. Vortex Review

    An affordable introduction to cloud gaming.

    Vortex is an interesting cloud gaming service in that it offers a very affordable introduction to it. However, performance lags a little, and ease of use could use some work as well. Read our full Vortex review for all the details.

    By Jacob Roach19 Sep'192021-02-02 08:47:46

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    $ 999per month
  2. PlayStation Now Review

    A much improved experience.

    Though the oldest cloud gaming service in our list by far, PlayStation Now was plagued by problems at launch. A few years down the line, however, and it's grown into its own, featuring powerful technology and a large library. Read our full PlayStation Now review for the details.

    By Jacob Roach23 Sep'192021-03-10 03:42:58

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    Starts from$ 500per month
  3. Blacknut Review

    Great UI, lackluster library.

    Blacknut is a bit of a disappointment as it offers one of the best cloud gaming interfaces we've seen, but also suffers from poor image quality and a boring game library. See what could have been in our full Blacknut review.

    By Jacob Roach24 Sep'192021-02-02 08:49:32

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    Starts from$ 1299per month
  4. By Jacob Roach09 Dec'192021-01-19 08:24:40

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    Starts from$ 999per month