Square Enix and IO Interactive’s critically acclaimed stealth-infused action game, Hitman: Absolution, is now available to stream on Nvidia’s Shield family of devices, including Shield Android TV and Shield Tablet. The game is available to stream with a GeForce Now membership, which costs $7.99/month and free to try out for the first three months.
Author: Andy Dyer
Based on the recent hit sci-fi blockbuster, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via the cloud-based GeForce Now service for a special launch price of $27.99 (normally USD $39.99).
One of the most beloved arcade games of all time, Q*Bert, has launched on Nvidia’s flagship Android gaming platform, Nvidia Shield, in Q*Bert: Rebooted. While the game previously released on other platforms, it arrives this week with some new Shield specific enhancements including eight exclusive tracks by EDM artist ENV, revamped visuals and UI that take advantage of Shield’s processing power and re-balanced controls.
Featuring very detailed high-definition visuals and effects, Riptide GP: Renegade puts players in the role of a hydro jet racer who has been framed and banned from the professional Riptide GP league. In order to restore your reputation as the best racer on the planet you must compete in illegal races around the city. Since the races you find yourself in are not sanctioned, you will not only have to race against other participants but also evade the police who have their own hydro jet bikes. The combination of being both a racer and a fugitive is one of the things that makes Riptide GP: Renegade a refreshingly different take on traditional arcade-style racing.
Developed by Keen Games and published by Deep Silver, Sacred 3 is the third chapter in the dark fantasy-themed action RPG series where players take on an evil force as one of four playable heroes each with their own unique strengths, abilities and weapon of choice.
Fans of Android puzzler Chuck’s Challenge are getting a major new update today as Chuck’s Challenge Ultra 2016 launches on Android and Nvidia Shield via Google Play. The update introduces a slew of substantial visual and gameplay enhancements to the game.
Starting Thursday, June 23rd and running until Sunday, June 26th, Nvidia Shield owners can get six games up to 75 percent off during Nvidia’s new Shield family game sale. The four-day sale includes Android games available on Shield as well as titles that can be streamed via Nvidia’s cloud-based GeForce Now service.
Visually remastered versions of two games in Techland’s first-person survival horror series, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition and Dead Island: Definitive Edition, are now available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now. Set after the post-apocalyptic events depicted in the first Dead Island game, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, drops players on board a military ship controlled by the Australian Defense Force, which has taken the survivors of the first game captive. Unfortunately, the zombie virus has spread to the ship’s crew, which leads to the vessel crashing and offloading its passengers.
Developed by Finland-based studio Mindfield Games, P·O·L·L·E·N is a new first-person space exploration game in which players are cast as a mechanic who finds themselves on board a mysterious moon research center named Station M. Once the player’s mission begins on the RAMA Industries owned Station M, they must unravel the secrets of both the nearby moon and the strange disappearance of RAMA Industries’ research team.
Launching earlier this week on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Homefront: The Revolution, the sequel to 2011’s first-person shooter Homefront, will be available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now this month. This particular game takes place in 2029, four years after the brutal occupation of the United States by North Korean forces. The setting is Philadelphia, the birthplace of Independence but now a police state where citizens are oppressed, constantly under surveillance by drones and armored patrols. Anyone who steps out of line is savagely disciplined.