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  • Blog Post: Hands On With Nvidia Project Shield

    It’s not hard to get excited by Project Shield’s feature set, but I have to wonder who the system will be marketed towards. If you’re not familiar with Nvidia’s Project Shield, it’s an Android-driven mobile device that comes attached to a controller. Nvidia hopes it will... More
  • Blog Post: See Dead on Arrival 2 In Action On Nvidia's Project Shield Handheld

    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,... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia's Latest Project Shield Demo Shows PC Streaming

    Nvidia's upcoming device, Project Shield, isn't coming out until the second quarter of the year, but the company is filling the time with a series of product demos. The latest video clip shows how PC owners will be able to stream their games onto the handheld. About half of the video is spent... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Shows Off Project Shield In New Boxing Video

    Last month, Nvidia announced Project Shield, a handheld device that plays Android and PC games. Now the company has released a video of it in action, in a game called Real Boxing that shows a pair of pugilists battling it out in the ring. Real Boxing features 20 different boxers, with their own signature... More
  • Blog Post: Arma Goes Turn-Based

    Arma/DayZ developer Bohemia Interactive announced today that it is creating a turn-based tactical spinoff of its military simulator series. Arma Tactics will launch exclusively on Nvidia's upcoming Project Shield handheld , and boasts randomized mission objectives and stealth as well as explosive... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Unveils New Portable Gaming Device

    At CES 2013, Nvidia announced Project Shield – a new portable gaming device that plays Android and PC titles. The all-in-one controller and screen device (which uses the company's new Tegra 4 mobile processor) plays any Android game on Google Play and Nvidia TegraZone, as well as PC games using... More
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