After 7 years in beta, Nvidia recently launched its GeForce Now game streaming service. While it's launching with less impressive specs than Google's competing Stadia game streaming, GeForce now offers a larger game library, better graphics, more control, and a more reliable experience. A hard resolution limit of 1080p is just one way NVIDIA has made GeForce Now so reliable in its first few weeks on the open market -- and Stadia should follow suite. This move would be more than a technical boundary. It would be a sign that Google understands what players want from streaming today, not just in the future. Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: • Follow us on Twitter: • Follow us on Instagram: • Read more: