Over Valentine’s Day Telltale Games hosted a special stream where they showcased the first six or so minutes of gameplay that will be available in their upcoming The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series. Today there is a new trailer for The Walking Dead: Michonne to check out as we get closer to the series’ launch.
Day: February 22, 2016
We just touched on this subject in our earlier article today about Nvidia’s Shield Android TV having its Marshmallow update starting to roll out as of this morning. In that article we mentioned that original Shield tablet owners had been waiting for Nvidia to re-release the Marshmallow update for that device which was pulled due to a pretty nasty bug.
Mobile World Congress 2016 has started and Samsung held their usual Unpacked event that they do each year, but this time the company’s focuses was a lot on mobile gaming. during their event, Samsung ran a tech demo which was to show off Unreal Engine 4 running with the new Vulkan platform.
While owners of the original Shield tablet are waiting on their Marshmallow update to become available again after it was pulled because of a nasty Wi-Fi related bug, owners of Nvidia’s Shield Android TV units are now having their Marshmallow goodies rolling out to them in a new update starting today.
HTC has shipped out two developer kits for their upcoming Vive VR headset that they have been developing since last year with Valve. Well it looks like consumers will finally be able to get their hands on their own headset soon as both companies have revealed the Consumer Edition of the HTC Vive. On top of that, pre-orders will be going live in just over 6 days.
Ten10 Games has delivered a classically good action platformer into the Play Store. The East New World is now available to download, and it shouldn’t be missed. The game has plenty of pixels, action, responsive controls and lots of quests to complete.
OlliOlli was developed by Roll7 and published by Devolver Digital. It was a huge hit on PC and then later on mobile devices. In particular, the Nvidia Shield devices. The sequel to OlliOlli is OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood. It is now live in the Google Play store. What is more unbelievable, is that the game is only $0.99 Keep in mind, that this game requires a controller, and more than likely, is only available for Nvidia Shield devices.