The lights are on
Nvidia's Project Shield hopes to bring a handheld console experience to the Android marketplace. In the company's latest video, you can see how NV3 Games' Dead on Arrival 2 has been enhanced to take advantage of Project Shield's powerful Tegra 4 processor.NV3, with help from Nvidia, has added some very nice graphical enhancements to the game, including dynamic lighting and object physics. About halfway through the clip, they toggle between the Shield-enhanced version and the original so you can see the contrast. They also reveal that the Project Shield version will be able to handle multiplayer as well.
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God, that handheld is so ridiculous looking. I just can't take it seriously.
I don't mean to sound like a jerk here but I can't imagine that many people even buying this. It looks so uncomfortable to even HOLD in our hands.
The Project Shield keeps getting better. They better have enough games for it. (cough cough-PS Vita)
Sooo pointless :D Looks cool, but pointless.
Well, I prob wont buy this.