The list of games that people actually want to play on their Shield has just received a major boost, due to Ubisoft’s announcement that hit entries in its vast library of games are coming to the GeForce Now platform. Major franchises currently available only on PC and traditional consoles will soon be available for Nvidia Shield gamers to stream and enjoy.
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Streaming PC games to the living room at maximum graphics settings has long been the dream for many a gamer who, for some reason or another, doesn’t have access to a high-end gaming computer yet wants to experience the “master race” lifestyle. Nvidia has now, for all intents and purposes, made that possible with its announcement that its GeForce Now game streaming platform has been upgraded to the current-generation Pascal architecture, specifically the GTX 1080 GPU.
Qualcomm has announced via Twitter that their new Snapdragon 835 will “come into focus” at CES next week, likely meaning that it will finally provide full details on its new flagship chipset. Information on the upcoming system-on-a-chip has been scarce since its initial unveiling back in mid-November, with Qualcomm and Samsung confirming the use of the 10nm FinFET manufacturing process while providing only vague details on power efficiency and performance. A few leaks and rumors have provided additional information, such as CPU and modem types and which future phones are expected to include the SoC, but none of these rumors have been confirmed by Qualcomm.
Everybody loves a good sale…right? Today is the day for a lot of good things on sale at Amazon. If you are an Amazon Prime Member there are even better deals to be secured. Just in case you aren’t a Prime Member, here is a sale that is hard to pass up. The Nvidia Shield TV is on sale for 8 hours only today, both versions.
A new action strategy game is heading our way this Summer from a publisher called 6waves. Officially called Strikefleet Omega, this game is being developed by Hairbrained Schemes who have actually been in the game development scene for awhile including having partaken in the development of the original Shadowrun game.
This year has been a mixed bag for Android gamers. Disappointments were the name of the of the day but yet despite the these lowly setbacks, Android gaming also took a huge leap in the right direction. Between massive jumps in hardware performance, more new features added to the OS regarding gaming and gaming specific devices released, it has been a great year for Android gaming.
With all the good news and great games that have come our way this year we have also had our fair share of stories that didn’t pan out for whatever reason, whether it was a rumor that turned out to be a flop or a game developer changing their minds five times about a game that was going to come to Android. It is time to take a look back over the past year and enjoy the humorous side that is mobile gaming.
While Android has spread like wildfire through the world, there are still some places who either don’t have access to certain categories on the market, or paid apps and games. Korea was one of those unfortunate places that didn’t have games available to them, only apps.
We’ve been dropping hints for a little over a week now about upcoming giveaway we are about to have. Well it is time to hold one of those right now! We’ve partnered up with nVidia to give out a Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tab (16GB), Jawbone JAMBOX Speakers and a $25 visa giftcard and more!
Earlier this year we mentioned that the second Android Gaming Challenge was on the way. A lot of people have been waiting for this to start and now the wait is almost over. We here at DroidGamers are happy to announce the official AGC#2 sign-up and starting date as well as give you a peek into the prizes.