Amazon Luna: five things you need to know

At the September Amazon Event, the tech giant introduced a host of new products in its Ring and Echo line – and out of nowhere, introduced Amazon Luna, a game streaming service to rival Google Stadia and GeForce Now.

Yes, there’s another game streaming service to choose from, adding yet another option to play cutting-edge games on virtually anything with a screen. And Luna has some similarities with existing services: similar to Google Stadia, Amazon Luna has its own optional custom controller, which costs $49 (around £38 / AU$69), though folks can opt to use a current console controller or mouse and keyboard instead.

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