Visually remastered versions of two games in Techland’s first-person survival horror series, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition and Dead Island: Definitive Edition, are now available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now. Set after the post-apocalyptic events depicted in the first Dead Island game, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, drops players on board a military ship controlled by the Australian Defense Force, which has taken the survivors of the first game captive. Unfortunately, the zombie virus has spread to the ship’s crew, which leads to the vessel crashing and offloading its passengers.
Crazy water racing game, Riptide GP, splashes onto Android Tegra 2 devices. Throw some tricks while you’re at it.
One game we have been playing a fair amount of is a great water-based racing game called Riptide GP. This game is developed by a two-man group called Vector Unit who were responsible for bringing a great water racing game to the XBox Live called Hydro Thunder Hurricane. Now you can have console-quality water racing on your Tegra 2 device.
Back during GDC 2011 we got to see a demo loop of a water racing game called Riptide GP. Developed by a 2-man team named Vector Unit, Riptide GP features some incredible graphics and physics in-game from what we witnessed at GDC. The good people over at Vector Unit sent us some information about Riptide GP along with some great shots.