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Phil Harrison says if developer or publisher pulls support, existing players can keep their games
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Phil Harrison: Publishers with "bigger catalogs and more significant lineups" could put other subscriptions on top of Stadia Pro
Industry analysts are questioning the value that Google Stadia will offer to its paying subscribers
Stadia Pro to cost $9.99/month for 4K streaming, occasional free games; free version 'Stadia Base' coming next year
Android storefront also tweaks rules regarding hate speech and sexual content
Android developers will now need to declare their target audience and ensure their title does not unintentionally attract children
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Pitching the new streaming service as a competitor to PlayStation is bound to failure, but there is a market that Google could cultivate and own
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