Originally released on PC and consoles in 2014, Thief is a modern reboot of the first-person stealth action franchise by the same name developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. Now owners of Nvidia Shield devices can stream the full game with a GeForce Now membership.
Author: Steve Williams
Last year, a team comprised solely of two indie game developers released Kingdom, a kingdom-building simulation featuring minimalistic strategy gameplay and vibrant pixelated visuals. While that game was met with a positive response from gamers and critics, the development team has built on that core gameplay experience with new features and game design improvements in Kingdom: New Lands.
Developed by indie game studio Variable State and published by 505 Games, Virginia is a new first-person crime thriller that casts players as rookie FBA agent Anne Tarver who is assigned with the investigation of a young boy’s disappearance in the heart of rural Virginia.
Developed by Visiontrick Media, Pavilion is a puzzle-filled adventure on Nvidia Shield that drops you into a dreamlike world with no explanation as to why you’re there or tutorial on what exactly you’re supposed to do. To make things things even more unusual, you don’t have control over its mysterious main character—a thin, sharply dressed man.
Capcom’s Resident Evil 5 is now available to download on Google Play exclusively for Nvidia Shield Android TV. In Resident Evil 5, returning hero Chris Redfield—star of the both the first installment and Resident Evil Code Veronica—teams up with newcomer Sheva Alomar. Alomar works for the West African branch of Redfield’s new employers, the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance. Redfield may know the enemy, but it’s Sheva who knows the terrain. While Resident Evil 5 on consoles and PC featured two-player co-op, the game has been redesigned to work on Shield Android TV as a single-player experience.