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It Took Way Too Long for a Game to Take Advantage of Stadia’s Killer Feature

And it’s disappointing

Very zoomed-in photo of a Google Stadia controller, the D-pad and analogue stick with orange highlight.
Close-up detail of the D-pad and analogue control stick on a Google Stadia video game controller with a Night Blue finish. Photo: Olly Curtis/Future Publishing/Getty Images

On July 1, Crayta, a game that allows people to collaborate on making other games, exclusively launched on Google Stadia. It brought with it the first beta of the platform’s State Share feature. First announced in March 2019, State Share promised to let players link out to an exact moment in…

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