Originally developed as part of a game jam competition project that since evolved into a full blown game funded by a successful Kickstarter Campaign, Ultimate Chicken Horse from Clever Endeavor Games is an addictive multiplayer platforming experience.
Nvidia has announced that they are offering up an extra peripheral when you purchase a new Shield Android TV, with that extra peripheral coming in the form of a second Shield controller. As you may or may not know, if you buy a Shield Android TV unit, you normally only get one controller.
If you’ve been following our site for at least a year, then you might remember us talking about the Razer Turret back during CES 2015. Back during that show we sat down with Razer to try out the then new Razer ForgeTV along with a couple of different new Bluetooth peripherals, those being the Sevral Controller and the Turret lapboard and mouse combo. Well after over a year of additional development, the Turret is now finally available for purchase.
Last week Nvidia pushed out their OTA update for the Tegra K1 Shield tablet that featured plenty of bug fixes and optimizations. Today Nvidia has pushed out another update but this time it is for their Nvidia Shield Android TV unit. Sorry, no LTE version of their Shield Tablet update as of yet.
April is here and with it brings another selection of Nvidia Shield games you can pick up at significant discounts during Nvidia’s April game sale. From Thursday, April 14th until Sunday, April 17th you can purchase over a dozen titles on sale, which includes both Android games on Nvidia Shield and games that can be purchased and streamed via Nvidia’s cloud-based game streaming service, GeForce Now. Here is a look at what’s on sale this month during Nvidia’s four-day game sale.
It’s time for another giveaway and for this one it is a straight up Nvidia Shield package with a few extra goodies and a copy of the newly released Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings game. This way, you will not only have a brand new Nvidia Shield Android TV unit, but you will also have a Shield Remote, the metal stand for your new Shield unit, and a fresh new game to crack it all open with.
As we mentioned a week or so ago, Square Enix has been gearing up to release a few games on Nvidia’s GeForce Now service. Today sees another one making its debut which is Murdered: Soul Suspect. This is the gripping tale of a ghost detective attempting to solve his own murder, and it’s now available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices using GeForce Now.
While owners of the original Shield tablet are waiting on their Marshmallow update to become available again after it was pulled because of a nasty Wi-Fi related bug, owners of Nvidia’s Shield Android TV units are now having their Marshmallow goodies rolling out to them in a new update starting today.
Adventure game fans, take note: One of the genre’s best specimens, Grim Fandango Remastered, is now available on Nvidia’s Shield family of devices including the Shield Android TV via Nvidia’s cloud-based game streaming service GeForce Now.
Nvidia, maker of a the Shield Android TV unit, Shield tablet, and the Shield Portable, also offer games that take direct advantage of their hardware, either linking to Google Play, or offering them through their own through streaming service called GeForce Now. With the latter, any purchase of premium priced games from there is also accompanied by a Steam code, for offline play. Through the end of this month, there’s a small group of games that NVidia has placed on sale.