Cloudy with a Chance of Games

Good news has Stadia has added two games to the platform today in Killer Queen Black and Disco Elysium. You can pick Disco Elysium here for £27.99 / $31.99 / €31.99 and you can pick up Killer Queen Black for $11.19. Disco Elysium is a highly rated and award-winning RPG. Killer Queen Black is a multiplayer action platformer and it will have cross-platform multiplayer which is a major plus for all games. This follows on from the news earlier about Legend of the Keepers coming to the platform.

Disco Elysium

Disco Elysium – The Final Cut brings the residents of Revachol to vibrant life with the inclusion of one million professionally voice acted words by actors from all over the world, as well as adding brand new political vision quests. Explore unseen areas, encounter an expanded cast of memorable citizens, and leave an even bigger mark on the world, all with ‘quality of life’ gameplay enhancements and added replayability.

Killer Queen Black

Killer Queen Black is an intense multiplayer action/strategy platformer for up to eight players. Hop on the snail, hoard berries, or wipe out the enemy’s queen to claim victory.

Killer Queen Black, inspired by the eSport arcade game, Killer Queen, let’s you fight for your hive with three ways to win. Will you claim your victory by hopping on the snail, hoarding berries, or wiping out the enemy’s queen? With multiple ways to win and personas to play, this indie gem is fun for all and mastered by few. There’s a Killer Queen Black community of new and experienced gamers enjoying hours of competitive fun, what are you waiting for? Join the hive and enjoy online cross-party platform play as well as eight-player local support for PC and console.

  • Intense four on four team combat
  • Cross-platform multiplayer ability
  • Eight Player local play and online play supported
  • Unique character skins to choose from
  • Four distinct weapons: Sword, Morning Star, Laser, and Stinger
  • Cross-platform voice chat included

By Duncan Baxter

I have been playing since the Commodore 64 days and have basically played every console going since then including the Ouya! I have been a fan of cloud gaming since the Onlive days and that was my favorite platform. Cloud gaming will revolutionize how we play games going forward and it is just a matter of time when it takes off.

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