Earlier this week Nvidia announced that their Android-powered handheld gaming device called Shield would be going up for pre-orders on May 20th, 2013 except for those of you who signed up for the newsletters for Shield update. If you did that you were able to pre-order one at the beginning of the week.
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Nvidia officially announced the pre-orders were now live for some folks along with the $350 price and June shipping date only a couple of days ago. The company’s Android-powered handheld gaming device has somehow already made it onto TV but not in a commercial. Instead the device has made a cameo appearance in a sitcom called Modern Family.
Yesterday Nvidia announced that their Android-powered handheld gaming system, now official called just ‘Shield’, has gone live for pre-orders to those people who have subscribed to the Shield’s newsletter. Everyone else has to wait until May 20th, 2013 to pre-order a unit. Double Fine has come out today to announce that their Costume Quest game will also be heading to Nvidia’s Shield system as well.
Nvidia’s Tegra 4 Android-powered handheld gaming system called Project Shield has finally become a real thing instead of just a demo device seen at conferences and on video. Today the company has announced that pre-orders will begin on May 20th, 2013 with a shipping date happening sometime in late June 2013.
N3V Games has been working on the sequel to their popular zombie apocalypse shooter Dead on Arrival and the crew over at N3V Games have dropped us the official word that closed beta sign-ups are now live for Dead on Arrival 2. This was one of the first few games also announced for Project Shield, Nvidia’s upcoming Tegra 4 Android-powered handheld gaming device.
It is time for another video from Nvidia regarding their upcoming Android-powered handheld gaming system Project Shield. This time the company is showcasing the official Arma Tactics game that is slated for release soon being played on Project Shield. Interestingly enough, it sounds like Arma Tactics is going to be released soon which means this game could very well be for multiple devices, not just Tegra 4 and Project Shield.
Another week is coming to a close and therefor it is time for Nvidia to post another video regarding another game playing on their Android-powered handheld gaming device called Project Shield. As you might be already expecting, the game looks pretty damn good playing on Project Shield.
It’s Friday and keeping with the tradition Nvidia seems to have started, the company has released another video which this time showcases Riptide GP 2 running on their upcoming Android-powered handheld gaming system Project Shield. This also affords us a first glance at the water racing sequel heading our way from Vector Unit.
Nvidia has posted another video showing off another game being played on their handheld Android gaming system Project Shield. This time it is actually an upcoming Tegra 4 game called Burn Zombie Burn! by Tick Tock Games that Nvidia is showing off on Project Shield and was recently announced for Tegra 4 devices in general.
For anyone not able to attend Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona that happens to be going on right now, Nvidia has decided to make a little video tour of their booth during the show, letting everyone take a look at what they have on display for the mobile side of things for this show. As you may be guessing, there is actually a lot to look at.