A few days ago we reported on Square Enix and Nvidia basically teaming up to bring a few of Square Enix’s other games over to Shield devices. In that announcement four games were mentioned, although more titles were hinted, all of which were labeled as coming soon. Well one of those games, the critically-acclaimed action puzzle game Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, is now available for Shield devices via GeForce Now.
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In other Nvidia GeForce Now news, Tomb Raider isn’t the only Square Enix title being released on Nvidia’s game streaming service, as both companies have announced additional titles heading our way. While only four titles were specifically mentioned, those four titles were pretty big names and Square Enix is stated that there will be even more than those four.
Nvidia just launched Tomb Raider (2013) onto their cloud-based streaming service GeForce Now, and it’s available for GeForce Now members to play for free on their Shield device of choice. In other words, it isn’t one of those games you can purchase at a premium price on GeForce Now.
For today only, Lara Croft GO will be on sale. In this game players will assume the role of the eponymous Lara Croft, which in case you didn’t know is the main character from the Tomb Raider series. Unlike that series though, which is action adventure and played in a 3D environment, this entry into the GO franchise takes Lara in a different direction.
Recently we just had Square Enix release the original Tomb Raider game onto Android and now the company has announced that they are working with another developer to bring a whole new Tomb Raider game to Android called Tomb Raider Relic Run. Square Enix has teamed up with Crystal Dynamics and Simutronics for this particular Tomb Raider game.
Square Enix has randomly decided to release the original Tomb Raider onto Android today. You may think this is an April Fools Day joke but it isn’t, this is real. What may not seem real is the price as well but be assured that too is real. So has this been revamped or anything like that?