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Google Stadia, the Stadia Community, and the Twofold Problem of Speculation and Expectation

I wrote an editorial on my feelings about this week's Stadia Connect and the community response for Stadia Source. I invite your thoughts.
This week’s Stadia Connect set off a minor cascade of uproar and discord amongst the Stadia community following what many perceived to be a lackluster showing by the Stadia team. I believe this upheaval can be attributed to a twofold problem that has escalated at a furious pace in the past few weeks, chiefly centered around the “creator community” of YouTubers, podcasters, and bloggers. This was something I noticed as a spectator (and frequent Stadia essayist on Reddit) and has only been brought more acutely into focus as I have become a content creator myself with Stadia Source:
Google Stadia and the community standing behind it is suffering from the twofold problem of speculation and expectation.

The Problem of Speculation

There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact. (Arthur Conan Doyle)
Speculation is one of those fun pastimes prevalent in the community borne out of amazing investigative work by particular creators with technical skills who take deep dives into the code underneath the Stadia platform, be that via the web inspecting the source code, through APK teardowns from the Android side of things, or being the first to uncover new ratings from ESRB, PEGI, and the like. We frequently report on findings from this investigative journalism here on Stadia Source, from the discoveries that our own Adam makes in the source code, to the links and code references that the inimitable Gem Stadia publishes, to the APK dissection featured on sites like 9to5 Google and Android Police. In doing so, we add fuel to the hype for new features and games coming our way on a platform many of us greatly wish to see succeed.
Of course we are going to be excited to find that YouTube streaming is right around the corner.Of course we are going to be pumped when another game gets rated for imminent release.Of course we can’t wait for games to fill up the “Demos” or “Free Trials” sections of the Stadia store currently sitting empty.
It’s fun to see signs and indications that our favorite place to play is about to grow even bigger. After all, we’re in this community creating video, audio, and written content day in and day out with the overarching goal of spreading the good word of Stadia to all the naysayers and potential players out there.
The problem is, speculation is not the same as news. Seeing that a game is rated is not the same as that game launching to the store. Seeing that code is written for a new feature is not the same as that feature deploying to the platform. This seems like an obvious fact, but truly it is deceptive. When we find evidence that something big is “just around the corner,” the “just around the corner” part is where the community builds expectation out of the speculation and when the corner turns and no anticipated new feature or game is to be found, it fills us with disappointment.

The Problem of Expectation

It is the absence of facts that frightens people: the gap you open, into which they pour their fears, fantasies, desires. (Hilary Mantel)
Speculation leads directly to the second problem of expectation. In the lead up to this recent Stadia Connect, speculation ran absolutely rampant that we were going to see major features and major game releases coming to the platform. I won’t disclaim myself and my colleagues from that — our pre-Connect roundtable was an entire hour of speculation as to what we expected to see coming in Tuesday’s event. Safe to say, if you were to tally up the points we actually earned for accurately predicting that Connect, I think we’d all be in low single digits. We got wrapped up in the teardowns and leaks and set up an expectation that we would see a massive Connect that catapulted Stadia onto the stage in a big way, especially considering it was coming in the middle of this season with huge announcements from Sony, Microsoft, and many top-tier studios.
What we had, and what the community at large had, were expectations that were set internally, not externally. Let me be clear, Google never said YouTube streaming was coming. Google never said Stadia Games and Entertainment would tease their in-house games. Google never said Family Share was coming. Google never said Hyper Scape or Apex Legends or Fortnite were coming. Google never said we’d hear more from EA, we’d see the debut of Activision/Blizzard, or we’d finally get some of those logos that have been missing from all the trailer events lately.
They never said any of this, and yet if you watch any of the pre-Connect videos from numerous creators across the community, you would not be faulted for thinking all of these things were just right around the corner. In fact, Google didn’t say just about anything at all (more on that in a moment), and that absence of facts lead to a pouring out of fantasies for future releases and desires for platform parity that could certainly be attributed to fear over Google falling behind. I can’t tell you how many videos plainly stated that this Connect was a make or break for Stadia.

The End Result

Following the Connect, the reaction was swift and serious. The disappointment was immeasurable. What a terrible Stadia Connect! They didn’t show us anything at all! Nothing that we just absolutely knew was coming was talked about. Is this the end of Stadia? Should we sell our Founders Editions and pre-order a PS5 or Xbox Series X? Some creators felt so strongly that the trajectory of Stadia was so misaligned that they decided to take a step back from channels or collectives. If you were to follow the several dozen most prolific members of the community, you would not be far off from thinking Google had already started digging the next grave in the Google Graveyard, all because Google Stadia did not give us what they never promised they would.
This is awfully reminiscent of 2019 when Stadia was destined to become the Netflix of games, a promise they never made. This is awfully reminiscent of early 2020 when Cyberpunk 2077 was “definitely coming day and date” to Stadia, despite three press releases now where they’ve said that isn’t the case. Our community is creating expectations and then punishing Stadia and each other when those expectations are not met and quite frankly, it needs to stop.

Google’s Responsibility

Now, I don’t give Google any leeway on this. If this is a problem of mismanaged expectations, Google is the company who is ultimately responsible for managing them. For a corollary example, look at the upcoming Xbox Games Showcase. On Thursday, July 16, GM of Xbox Games Marketing Aaron Greenberg directly addressed community speculation in a tweet:
I know everyone is excited for Xbox Games Showcase next Thursday. Seen some wild expectations so if helpful this show has one focus, games. No business, devices or similar news, just games. A whole show about hour long focused on games. Hope you enjoy it!
One hour, all games, expectations managed.
Meanwhile, Google barely tweeted about the Stadia event. Senior leadership at Stadia were entirely silent. Phil Harrison (VP over the Stadia project) sent his last tweet in April concerning the last Stadia Connect. There was no indication of whether we’d see new features, nor whether we’d hear from publishers that have been silent on Stadia, and this Connect gave us four weeks’ notice so there was plenty of room for more communication. Expectations fully mismanaged. This is amateur behavior. I don’t say that as a slight against them, mind you. In many ways, Google is an amateur at this — they’ve only been a game platform creator for a couple of years as opposed to the decades under Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo’s belts. That said, their marketing and community teams are not reading the room and even when they do put something out, they often trip over their own feet. Jade Raymond spoiled her own Connect’s reveal of Dead by Daylight the morning of the Connect.
Should they be doing better? Absolutely. There is no company on this planet, save Apple, with the resources and cachet as Google. They have tremendous hires they have made from inside the industry (Harrison, Raymond, Shannon Studstill, and more) and they have tremendous ambassadors within their ranks that have inexplicably fallen off the radar (John Justice) or been woefully underutilized (Jack Buser). There’s no reason they should be getting these things wrong right now. If they don’t have one already, there should be one person on the Community and/or Marketing team whose entire job is to watch Stadia creator YouTubes and listen to podcasts and read articles like this one so they can shut down the speculation and manage the expectations well in advance (in addition to positively partnering with community creators to advance the platform and keep messaging consistent).
This entire week’s debacle could have gone away in two tweets:
“We know you’re excited to hear more about YouTube integration and Family Sharing coming to Stadia! This week’s Connect will be focused more on games, but stay tuned because you’ll hear more about these new features in the near future!”
and...
“We can’t wait for you to see the new games and features coming to Stadia. This week’s Connect will be a 20-minute showcase of AAA-titles, indie darlings, and even some first-party announcements you won’t want to miss.”
That’s all it would have taken to set the expectations in the community and prevent video after video of dedicated, diehard Stadia adherents bemoaning the poor performance from Stadia on what should have been a great week. In the complete absence of the community speculation and expectations, let’s look at what we actually did get this week:
  • A new Bomberman game coming with Stadia-exclusive 64 player mode,
  • 2019’s TGA Game of the Year, Sekiro,
  • The acclaimed Hitman series, along with the new entry confirmed coming to Stadia,
  • The wildly popular Dead by Daylight launching with hotly anticipated Crowd Play and Crowd Choice,
  • The first larger-scale Stadia-only game to hit the platform, Orcs Must Die 3,
  • The first truly Stadia Games and Entertainment driven title, Outcasters from Splash Damage,
  • Three new partnerships with historied studios Harmonix, Uppercut Games, and Supermassive Games,
  • Not to mention Stadia logos on nearly everything Ubisoft announced the weekend prior, plus all the other games announced.
Taken in a vacuum with properly set expectations, that would have been a hell of an update for Stadia this week. Instead, the creators who poured their hearts into the games that are coming to Stadia were completely upstaged by only partially-warranted community disappointment and outrage. To be Splash Damage right now and read some of the “Was that it?” tweets coming from inside our own house must be awfully disheartening. And that problem truly is coming from inside the house, because when you read articles outside of our neighborhood (here, here, and here), you’d think Google had a pretty good Tuesday.

A Better Path Forward

In the absence of leadership in this area from Google Stadia, I urge the community to work harder to properly set expectations in advance of events like Stadia Connects, and to take steps to ensure that speculative reporting is clearly marked and doesn’t contribute to this problem. Here at Stadia Source, we have decided to mark all speculation-based articles going forward with a clear disclaimer that helps readers understand that findings in the code or ratings on the assorted regulatory body sites do not mean something is coming soon. I invite content creators, both written, audio, and video, to be more diligent about this themselves and help ensure that speculation about the next event doesn’t cause a cascade of negativity the likes of which we have seen this week.
In the meantime, I encourage you, dear readers, to take everything at face value. Remember that speculation is not fact and expectations should be set against facts, not fantasy.
I’ll leave you with a final quote from the one of the American Founding Fathers, John Adams:
Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.
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A hilarious article from WWE Magazine in 2007: 101 Things Every WWE Fan Should Do Before He Dies

Alright, so during my early teen years I collected WWE magazines every month. They used to be pretty interesting and the content was engaging for my warped 13 y/o mind. As you may remember, Lars Sullivan even made the magazine once as a super-fan. Good times.
One article I vividly remembered was one I thought was quite funny was the 101 Things Every WWE Fan Should Do Before He Dies - this article was written for the March 2007 edition of the magazine featuring Batista on the front cover as he prepared for his forthcoming WrestleMania match with The Undertaker. The article is particularly interesting due to its controversial/comical nature, as you'll see very early on from some of the things they were actively encouraging fans to do.
So that brings me to this post, I decided to go back and find the article which spanned around 10 pages of this magazine (it was a big feature) and compile each of the 101 things. So let's get right into it, these are written WORD FOR WORD:
101 Things Every WWE Fan Should Do Before He Dies
  1. Attend WrestleMania. If you only achieve one thing on this list, this should be it.
  2. Sin while looking at a picture of a Diva (Vito in a dress does not count).
  3. Train, say your prayers and eat your vitamins. Get started by working out those spaghetti legs by following Kenny Dykstra's workout regimen detailed on page 68.
  4. Watch Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels' Iron Man match from WrestleMania XII. The two most talented grapplers of their generation, going at it for one full hour - nothing even comes close.
  5. Attend a show at Madison Square Garden, the mecca of sports-entertainment. This is the place where the greatest bits of WWE history have gone down. Be a part of it.
  6. Read Big Apple Takedown. Please.
  7. Wear a WWE T-Shirt to the office on casual Friday.
  8. Learn all the words to "Real American." Come on, you know the lyrics: "When it comes crashing down, and it hurts inside, ya' gotta take a stand, it don't help to hide."
  9. Finish Mick Foley's Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks. Because few things are as chilling as Foley's firsthand account of how he ripped off his own ear.
  10. Find an article with a working WrestleFest machine, and destroy all 10-year-olds in Royal Rumble mode. Better yet, purchase the coin-op on eBay.
  11. Be the guy who starts a chant at WWE live event. "Striker's hardcore!"
  12. Cut someone's hair with a pair of garden shears, like Brutus Beefcake did. It's surprisingly satisfying.
  13. Watch every single WrestleMania, in one sitting, in chronological order.
  14. Seek out and read Lou Thesz's autobiography, Hooker. It's the unequivocal Bible of the business, written by the man hailed by many as the greatest wrestler who ever lived.
  15. See Hulk Hogan stride out to the ring live. Just 'cause it's a sight to behold.
  16. Watch any of the following feuds on DVD: Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat; Steve Austin vs. Vince McMahon; Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper; or Hart Foundation vs. The British Bulldogs. This is the stuff to show people who don't get why you love wrestling.
  17. Track down and watch When Worlds Collide, the groundbreaking 1994 AAA lucha libre pay-per-view that featured guys like Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero before they were stars.
  18. See a show in St. Louis' Scottrade Center. Formerly known as the Kiel Center, the arena once hosted such greats as Pat O'Connor, Dory Funk Jr., Jack Brisco and the late Lou Thesz, and was the heart of the wrestling universe before the first WWE event was ever held. Sacred ground.
  19. Collect every entrance theme ever recorded and string them together into a monster playlist on your iPod. Then hit play.
  20. Host a dinner party strictly featuring dishes found in J.R.'s cook-books. And be sure to use his Slobberknocker BBQ Sauce.
  21. Shake hands with at least one Superstar. And get the picture to prove it. While you're at it, bookmark the following: wwe.com/schedules/appearances.
  22. Fly to Miami Beach and appear in the background on an episode of Hogan Knows Best.
  23. Catch some Lucha action in Mexico City. Visit Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre at CMLL.com for more info.
  24. Lay your hands on a copy of the first issue of World Wrestling Federation victory Magazine (cover date: 1983).
  25. When everyone's favorite Superstar hits the ring, be the one person to boo. A 32-inch Spirit Squad-like megaphone from sportsteam.com ($23.25) will ensure you're heard throughout the arena.
  26. Hug a Diva. Ask permission first, and make sure it doesn't violate the terms of your restraining orders.
  27. Tear into a porterhouse steak at Morton's, the preferred eatery of The Rock, Triple H and Mr. McMahon himself.
  28. Go to school or work with your face painted like either member of The Road Warriors.
  29. Spearhead an August road trip, catching every WWE live event right up to SummerSlam, which is on August 26 at the Continental Airlines Arena in New Jersey.
  30. Grow a Triple H-inspired man-stache. Are you man enough to wear this 'stache?
  31. Score a Superstar autograph and prominently showcase the treasure in a plexi-glass display in your living room.
  32. Befriend a WWE Superstar on MySpace. [editors note: It links Kamala's MySpace below]
  33. Visit a Mean Gene's Burgers. Where can these fast food joints be found? Well... that's part of the adventure.
  34. Wander through Pittsburgh and "accidentally" bump into the Living Legend, WWE Champion Bruno Sammartino.
  35. Procure a dented ladder from a TLC match and use it for household chores. Do not Swanton Bomb from it after cleaning leaves from your home's gutters.
  36. Master the perfect Dusty Rhodes impersonation. The less comprehensible your words, the better.
  37. Attend every single WWE pay-per-view in a calendar year. Yes, of course we mean all three brands.
  38. Get your letter published in WWE Magazine. Who knows, we might even respond.
  39. Score your own entrance theme, and use it at least once at a party or family function.
  40. Set food in an official WWE ring. Just watch that middle rope, jabroni.
  41. Ride Space Mountain. Because as Ric Flair says, it may be the oldest ride in the park, but it still has the longest line.
  42. Take a tour of Titan Tower, WWE's headquarters in Stamford, CT.
  43. Betray one of your closest friends and start an ongoing feud, just like your favorite Superstars!
  44. Enter a family party on a zipline, a la Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XII.
  45. Make a pilgrimage to the ECW Arena in scenic South Philly. Then get back into your rental car real quick.
  46. Make a Stone Cold toast at a wedding.
  47. Raid a kid's tricycle and wrap the neon tassels around your arms, Ultimate Warrior-like, for a day. Just don't cut off circulation to your pythons, knucklehead.
  48. Learn to play "Scotland the Brave" on the bagpipes.
  49. Watch Rey Mysterio perform the 619.
  50. Tear off your shirt in a public place, just like the Hulkster himself. No pre-ripping allowed.
  51. For one day, answer every question with a loud "What?!" Hey, it worked for the Texas Rattlesnake.
  52. Name your firstborn after a WWE Superstar. Extra points if it's Super Crazy!
  53. Tell someone, "You're fired!" And mean it.
  54. Watch Phantasio's only WWE match (check out our Official Book of Lists special issue if you don't get it).
  55. Blow at least one full paycheck on WWE action figures.
  56. Do all your last-minute holiday shopping at wweshop.com. Because even Grandpa and Grandma could use a "Vince Loves Cock" T-Shirt.
  57. Visit Truth Or Consequences, NM, infamous hometown of Cactus Jack. Yes, it's a real place.
  58. Wear nothing but WWE apparel for an entire month.
  59. Memorize the lineage of the WWE Championship. If it seems like homework to you, then you're just a casual fan.
  60. Grow a mullet and bleach it blond. Yeah, we know even Superstars don't have 'em anymore, but there was once a time when you'd be hard-pressed to find one who didn't.
  61. Catch one of those T-shirts shot from air-guns at WWE live events. Just don't get hit in the balls with like, like ring announcer Tony Chimel did once.
  62. Make out on the Kiss Cam with your significant other (wife, mistress, et al.) during a WWE broadcast.
  63. Identify every WWE superstar on the cover of The Wrestling Album, WWE'S original record release from 1985.
  64. Catch a WWE show in Japan - and try to be as quiet as everyone else in the audience.
  65. Unlock every hidden Superstar in WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007. That should really, really piss your friends off.
  66. Test your mettle at an honest-to-goodness wrestling school. It's the only way you'll ever know if you have what it takes. Here's a clue: You probably don't.
  67. Get a Superstar-inspired tattoo. Batista's back tat and Gregory Helms' Green Lantern logo are particularly sweet.
  68. Design your own pair of tights. Kneepads optional.
  69. Show up on TV holding a clever sign (hey, that's one down, and 100 to go sign guy!)
  70. Land a chick half as hot as Torrie Wilson. Teach her the Stinkface.
  71. Dress as Big Vis for Halloween. If you really mean business, a platinum Mohawk is a must.
  72. Dine at Edge's favorite restaurant (Tampa Brickyard in Tampa, FL)
  73. Get your hand high-fived by a WWE Superstar as he makes his way to the ring. Just don't try to hold on, or he might clobber you.
  74. Eat an earth-worm, like The Boogeyman. Try to gross out as many people as possible.
  75. Craft a letter to the dirt sheet kids, telling them to "Get a life."
  76. Subscribe to WWE Magazine. And don't forget to renew. Shameless plug!
  77. Wear a championship belt...even if you did make it yourself from boxes of macaroni.
  78. Take home a commemorative chair from a WWE pay-per-view. They're only in the first few rots, so you'll have to land some sweet seats. Sneaking down from the nosebleeds to snatch one is cheating.
  79. Donate some dough to a Superstar-sponsored charity, like Lita's animal welfare group, A.D.O.R.E.
  80. Go to the grocery store in a Luchador mask, be forewarned: Shopping for fresh produce can be tough with no peripheral vision.
  81. Call the WWE Magazine editors' hot-line (203) 947-4297 - at least once. And please, keep it clean.
  82. Raise a pet snake and name him Damien. Or a pet bulldog and name her Matilda. Or a pet parrot and name him Frankie.
  83. Start a fan website devoted to your favorite Superstar. Currently, no one has cornered the market for Big Dick Johnson.
  84. Bid something at WWE Auction. And win.
  85. Make an action figure of yourself.
  86. Shave your head totally bald, just like Stone Cold Steve Austin. Hell yeah!
  87. Start your own "Kiss My Ass" club. Be sure to make your old lady the first inductee. Pucker up, honey!
  88. Subscribe to WWE 24/7. It's only available on cable, not satellite, so you may have to trade up.
  89. Change your ringtone to a WWE Superstar's entrance theme.
  90. Turn down the volume on Raw and commentate the matches yourself. Get a friend to disagree with you on everything, just like J.R. does with the King.
  91. Wave an American flag attached to a two-by-four, just like that wacky Hacksaw Jim Duggan. USA! USA! USA!
  92. Eat a WWE ice-cream bar - if you can still find one! These chocolate and cookie-covered confections were enjoyed by pre-teen '80s WWE fans everywhere, and exist in very limited quantities.
  93. Refer to yourself in strictly third person - like The Rock or Carlito - for an entire week.
  94. Create your own clever catchphrase and popularize it among your buddies and coworkers.
  95. Tailgate at a WWE event. Invite us.
  96. Crotch-chop an authority figure of your choice: librarians, school principals, uptight teachers, meter maids or parole officers. Don't blame us if it lands you in hot water.
  97. Shape your facial hair like Jeff Hardy's.
  98. Watch an entire episode of SmackDown in Spanish. Just press SAP on your remote control, and listen in as the action is called by Carlos Cabrera and Hugo Savinovich.
  99. Turn a non-fan into a true beleiver.
  100. Airbrush the hood of your car with the likeness of your favorite Diva or Superstar.
  101. Accomplish all 101 things on this list.
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