Stadia game news: a resounding failure for Google in gaming! Posted on 09/30/2022 at 6:30 p.m. On the September 30 daily program, we start with reviews from PlayStation Stars. Then Stadia announces its closure and Ed Sheeran unveils his Pokémon music. The daily, here we go! Google’s Stadia announces its closureGoogle Stadia had the promise of providing a substantial catalog of video games, all in streaming and accessible on different media such as the computer, the smartphone, and even the chromecast. Announced in 2018, the service made a lot of people dream, but which quickly disappointed players when it was released. Stadia quickly fell into oblivion just weeks after it launched. Google CEO Phil Harrison has announced the closure of Stadia Studios and is closing on January 18. PlayStation Stars under controversyThe PlayStation Stars service for rewarding players is already causing controversy among players after its launch in Asia. Players who have reached level 4 of the service are given priority over others when supported by Sony customer service. This VIP status does not pass to players, as PlayStation Stars is a free service, but progression is not. To reach level 4, you have to get your hands on the wallet on the PlayStation Store. Pokémon in collaboration with Ed Sheeran!Pokémon does a lot of collaborations with artists. The latest collaboration is the one with Ed Sheeran, who unveils his latest track entitled Celestial. The clip therefore shows us several Pokémon like Pikachu, Squirtle or Charmander in a somewhat cartoon style. These are animated and drawn by Japanese artist Yu Nagaba. The title can be heard in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet which will be released on November 18 on Nintendo Switch.