entice game studios to develop for the device. And it seems that Telltale Games, makers of the critically-acclaimed The Walking Dead game, has just been enticed.
NVIDIA SHIELD just got released to the public and it's already a huge success, at least according to NVIDIA, who is describing that sales of the SHIELD have been great. The company is planning to ramp production of the gaming handheld soon in an attempt to offset a slightly negative financial quarter.
NVIDIA is promising exactly that with their all-new NVIDIA SHIELD game console. An Android-powered controller with the 5-inch screen built right in. From the thousands of Android games, nearly any Steam PC game and more the SHIELD is a gaming device through and through. It's finally available today and to help you make up your mind if this $299 device is right for you, we have a full review and tons of video.
NVIDIA announced that their next-gen Tegra 4 powered Android gaming console, the NVIDIA SHIELD, will officially be released and start shipping on July 31st. After set to launch near the end of June, the company delayed their gaming device an entire month to make it perfect, and now it will finally hit shelves at the end of the month.
NVIDIA SHIELD. In a recent blog post NVIDIA confirmed you'll be able to test drive SHIELD before you buy it throughout the entire month of August.
Google is about to get into a lot more hardware than just the Chromebook Pixel. A new report has just broke that will surely get some peoples interest piqued, and rumors swirling. Google is apparently building their own Android-powered game console, a Nexus smartwatch, and even a new Nexus Q. Talk about a loaded rumor. Read on for more thoughts.
NVIDIA SHIELD. The Android-powered game console all built inside a dedicated game controller with an attached 5-inch 720p HD display for the ultimate gaming experience. Today we'll be giving you a first look at the retail goods, as well as our first impressions on the new quad-core Tegra 4 powered games. Sadly today brought bad news that the launch has been delayed, but read on for our thoughts and a few videos.
we reported earlier this morning, the OUYA game console powered by Android went up for sale today from multiple retailers and online shops. As of writing, it appears to have already completely sold out on Amazon, and we're hearing scattered reports of Gamestop being sold out too. Sales look strong for the $99 game-console, but below we'll remind you where you can get your own.
Android (similar in concept to OUYA) that can be played on your TV, has announced that they will push back the release of the controller itself by at least a month. This follows them doing this once before, as they promised they would have it delivered by the first of this month, and instead put it back yet another month (July 1st).