With us being at GDC 2016 all last week, there was some news we wanted to get out but just didn’t have the time to do so. Now that we are back, we are catching up on things and one of those pieces of news happens to be nine Sega and Warner Bros games being announced as coming soon for GeForce Now.
The GeForce Now library is constantly expanding, and soon you’ll be able to stream the following selection of games from SEGA and Warner Bros. All nine games are launching this year on Shield, with most of them available to play free with a GeForce Now membership and some available to purchase separately.
Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed (Included with GeForce NOW Membership)
Sonic is joined by a cast of favorite characters from SEGA history, including AI from Super Monkey Ball and Amigo from Samba de Amigo, in a barnstorming racetrack showdown featuring cars, monster trucks, bikes and planes. Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed features numerous challengers and circuits in a frantic race to the finishing line, with plenty of special moves and power-ups to keep things interesting.
LEGO Jurassic World (Price TBA on GeForce Now — Also Comes With PC Code to Download the Game)
It’s all about blocks and shocks in LEGO Jurassic World. This latest co-operative puzzle-platforming game—from the TT Games, the developer who brought us LEGO versions of Star Wars, Batman and Indiana Jones—lets players relive all the best scenes from the Jurassic Park film franchise. Get ready to come face-to-scaly-face with over 20 dinosaur species including Triceratops, Stegosaurus and the mighty T-Rex. You can also unlock and play as over 100 characters from the movies including Director Steven Spielberg himself.
Mad Max (Price TBA on GeForce Now — Also Comes With PC Code to Download the Game)
The post-apocalyptic world of the Mad Max movie franchise comes to GeForce NOW in this open-world action-adventure. It’s not based on any of the movies specifically but instead uses the Mad Max universe to tell an original story. You play the part of Max Rockatansky who, following a vicious attack and robbery by a gang of raiders, embarks on a mission to seek revenge and build the ultimate car called the Magnum Opus. What follows is a punishing series of vehicle-based battles as Max equips his vehicle with cannons, flamethrowers and grappling hooks in order to take the fight to his enemies.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (Price TBA on GeForce Now — Also Comes With PC Code to Download the Game)
Seven movies and half a dozen or so books and there’s still more exciting stories to explore set within J.R.R Tolkien’s Middle-earth fantasy world. Now we have Shadow of Mordor on NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW game-streaming service to add to the collection. The game takes place between the events chronicled in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings and follows the adventures of Talion who, after being killed by Sauron, returns in spirit form to avenge his death and that of his loved ones. Middle-earth’s spectacular environments can be traversed on foot and by riding creatures and the game’s strength lie in its solid combat system combining close-quarters melee fighting with Talion’s spirit abilities.
Alpha Protocol (Included with GeForce Now Membership)
This thrilling third-person spy RPG combines gunplay, hand-to-hand combat and gadgetry with multiple possible consequences that mean you’ll need to play it through many times to see everything on offer. As renegade agent Michael Thorton you’re out to prevent an international disaster against the odds, and every decision, action and dialogue choice serves to shape your character along the way, with potentially far-reaching consequences.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4 – Episode 1 (Included with GeForce Now Membership)
After 16 years, the sequel to Sonic the Hedgehog 3 finally arrives and it’s well worth the wait.
With thoroughly up-to-date visuals married to deliciously old-school action, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 – Episode 1 is an instantly familiar full-speed platformer in which Sonic faces off once more against the sinister Dr. Eggman, who’s back with more of his evil creations to have another pop at his blue nemesis.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4 – Episode 2 (Included with GeForce Now Membership)
Episode 2 of Sonic 4 brings double the action, as Dr. Eggman teams up with Metal Sonic, while Sonic gets back together with his old sidekick, Tails the two-tailed fox. With four new zones to play through, packed with dangerous enemies, Sonic’s going to need his deadly new combination moves to win the day. And if you need a little help along the way you can team up with a friend thanks to Episode 2’s local and online co-op mode.
Sonic CD (Included with GeForce Now Membership)
Time itself is under threat from the nefarious Dr. Eggman in this classic 1993 Sonic adventure, revamped and revitalized in a new, enhanced version. Eggman has imprisoned the mysterious Little Planet, where past, present and future collide, within a twisted metallic shell so that he can steal its magical Time Stones and give himself the power to control time, and it’s up for Sonic to thwart his evil scheme. Sonic has to travel back in time and destroy Eggman’s machines so that he can retrieve the Time Stones, in a fast-paced platformer that marks the first appearance of Amy the Hedgehog, as well as the evil Metal Sonic.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (Included with GeForce Now Membership)
Humanity is under threat! In Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, a millions-strong army of Orcs has invaded an Imperial Forge World, a planet-sized factory where humanity builds its war machines as part of its never-ending battle for survival, and it falls to you, as Captain Titus of the Space Marines, to hold off the invaders until reinforcements arrive. It’s an almost hopeless scenario, but with your years of combat experience as well as an enormous arsenal of devastating weaponry, you might just stand a chance. As you progress you can unlock new abilities, armor and weaponry, giving you the extra edge in combat. Alongside the massive single-player campaign you can also jump into epic 8 vs. 8 multiplayer battles with your own Space Marine squad.
As each one becomes available, we will be sure to let you know via updates.