GeForce Grid

NVIDIA GameStream official with Game Console Mode

The NVIDIA GameStream has been officially unveiled this morning. This announcement is coming out of the NVIDIA Montreal event and GameStream basically means users will be able to stream gameplay out to a variety of other devices. Basically, this expands the PC game streaming of the SHIELD and uses other technology to include GeForce GTX graphics cards and the NVIDIA GRID.

NVIDIA GRID sets its sights on cloud gaming market

NVIDIA's biggest announcement of the night is arguably the reveal of the Tegra 4, but the announcement of NVIDIA GRID is definitely giving the Tegra 4 a run for its money. NVIDIA GRID marks the company's entrance into the cloud gaming market, and though we often associate PCs with cloud gaming services, this is also a big announcement for those playing on tablets and smartphones.

NVIDIA takes on OnLive with GeForce Grid

Both OnLive and NVIDIA have been making huge strides in mobile gaming, but approaching it from opposite directions. While NVIDIA is more than happy to provide you with a Tegra-powered smartphone or tablet, their new cloud gaming service means that soon enough you won't need one. The company demonstrated their brand new GeForce Grid in partnership with Gaikai, which already gas a streaming game service.