It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains – Official Trailer | Stages

The most frequently mentioned improvement area is the catalog of available games.

The Google Stadia platform has proven to be a significant achievement for Google.

The most frequently mentioned improvement area is the catalog of available games. The research giant is aware of this fragility and has done an excellent job to provide us with an ever better catalog.

Today Google Stadia released the new trailer. He came from space and ate our brains – Official Trailer | Stages currently recording 2833 views and positive feedback of 4.74 on a scale of 0 to 5 from users.

It came from space and ate our brains – Official Trailer | Stages

Who is the most amazing alien hunter in the world? You of course and now you can prove it! “Came from space and eaten our brains” is a unique top-down arcade shooter. If you’re looking for action-packed gameplay elements, local four-player co-op, and tons of aliens to forget about, you’ve come to the right place! A ruthless alien species has invaded Earth and feeds on the human brain (duh). Stroll through atmospheric places with the two essential elements of life – a flashlight and something that turns aliens into goose bumps. Chaos is everywhere – this is the ideal time to save the world!

All new Stadia users will also have access to a free month of Stadia Pro, the premium subscription service that includes several free games that can be claimed and started playing. Every game claimed on Stadia Pro is yours for as long as you remain a member. More free games are added every month. After the free month, you can keep your Stadia Pro subscription for € 9.99 per month and withdraw at any time.

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You can purchase additional games from the Stadia Store. Whether you’re waiting to roam the streets of Night City in Cyberpunk 2077 or become a Viking warrior looking for success in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, there is something for everyone.

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