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Yoku's Island Express

Here's how xCloud games look and play on Android devices

We have captured some Halo, Hellblade, and Yoku's Island on both an Nvidia Shield TV and a Redmi Note 8 Pro.

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Microsoft is currently running a preview phase for players and technicians to test the performance of its xCloud streaming service. Many players have been accepted to this stage and now have the option to play 50+ games from an Xbox Game Pass-like catalogue, but for free and with no console or PC needed. At all.

For more info, you can read our first impressions here, but for now, you can also take a quick look/listen of the following three gameplay clips. The first couple of clips are running on an Android Shield TV, while the third one is being live-streamed from Microsoft's Azure servers to a Redmi Note 8 Pro.

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Yoku's Island ExpressScore

Yoku's Island Express

REVIEW. Written by Jon Newcombe

"It's relaxing and enjoyable for the most part, while also testing player skill just enough to keep things interesting."



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