How can you make moral decisions in a world where morality no longer exists as a concept? That’s one of the big questions you’ll come up against in The Uncertain, a brand new 3D adventure now available to download on Nvidia Shield.
Author: Jim McCauley
Nvidia is holding another one of their sales, this time it is for a selection of titles available on their streaming service called GeForce Now. In this particular sale, Nvidia has placed 6 titles in total on sale, most of which are 75% off their normal prices. You also get a download code for a PC copy of each game you buy for free.
Set in Games Workshop’s iconic Warhammer 40,000 universe, Space Hulk is a tactical board game in which a team of Space Marines go into battle against ferocious alien Genestealers aboard a labyrinthine derelict spaceship. Originally released in 1989, it’s won legions of fans worldwide, with subsequent updates selling out almost as quickly as they’ve been announced, and now you can enjoy its tense, claustrophobic action on Nvidia Shield.
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.
Submerged is an intriguing proposition: a post-apocalyptic adventure without the standard ingredients. There are no guns, there’s no blasted wasteland and no hideous mutants waiting to tear you limb from limb at every opportunity. Instead there’s an enormous flooded city to explore, filled with playful sea creatures to watch and derelict buildings to climb, making it a serene alternative to the likes of other games in its genre.
The Park isn’t the only newly release PC game to show up on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GeForce Now. Layers of Fear is another newly added horror game for the Halloween holiday season that is now available on Nvidia Shield devices.
Namco is celebrating Pac-Man’s 35th birthday in the best possible way, in the form of a new Pac-Man game, and it’s a fantastic addition to the series that’s available now on NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV.
Nvidia has been busy it seems as alongside the two new games that have arrived for the company’s brand of devices, five additional games have also officially received support for Android TV today, specifically the Shield Android TV.
Earlier today Nvidia announced four new games for their Shield brand of Android devices, specifically the Shield Android TV. However, those weren’t the only games coming to Android TV as five other games have been updated recently to bring Android TV support to them, most within the last week.
Having been out for awhile now for Android devices, Machinarium is a delightful little adventure that’ll have you grinning from ear to ear when you’re not scratching your head in complete bafflement. It’s developed by Amanita Design, a small indie studio from the Czech Republic that made a name for itself years ago with a lovely browser-based game called Samorost, mixing animation and macro plant photography to create a surreal space adventure with a distinct organic feel.