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Riptide GP Upgraded Video Review

If you'll recall all the way back in mid-April on the 19th, we had an early-early look at the completely awesome jetski racing game by the name of Riptide GP. This is a game we got to see first all the way back at CTIA 2011 being demoed on the T-Mobile / LG G-slate, a device we then got to review and use for our own initial review then and again for our final review now. Riptide GP is a game that's both massively impressive and expansive in its graphics and ultra-simple in its gameplay. Steer your vehicle and win, experience the color fantasy.

Android Community App of the Week: Bang Bang Racing THD

Behold NVIDIA's newest collaboration, this time with the developer team at Playbox for a rock and roll racing game by the name of Bang Bang Racing! This is certainly the most unique racing-type game to come to Android yet, with an overhead birds-eye view of your progress on the track and controls consisting of the tip of your index finger. While using the game on a smaller device such as the G2x didn't work out too much to our liking, the tablet experience can't be beat. Unique controls and fabulous graphics ahoy!

Bang Bang Racing THD coming to android devices tomorrow

Bang Bang Racing THD is a fantastic looking top view racing game coming to Tegra 2 android devices, after reading more about it and watching the video (below) I must say I am pretty excited to get my hands on it. According to the twitter accounts of both @NvidiaTegra and the developers of the game @BBR_THD it will be released to the Android Market and on TegraZone starting tomorrow, May 6th. I will be getting it as soon as that happens, don't worry.

Guerrilla Bob THD Review [Tegra High Definition]

Holy goodness gracious, just when you thought this game couldn't possibly get any better without a full-fledged sequel, NVIDIA teams up with the developers to jam out a high-def version of the first bigtime hit. This is Guerrilla Bob, a game we've taken a look at in the past, so I wont bore you with too many details on the inner workings of the game. Instead lemme focus on what you're going to get that's brand new in this birds-eye-view shooter that's so cute, you'll forget that you're murdering the heck out of your enemies with machine guns, flame throwers, rocket launchers, and sticky bomb arrows!

T-Mobile G Slate confirms launch date as April 20

T-Mobile has finally officially confirmed the launch date for the LG Slate. Although we recently reported that T-Mobile stores had the G Slate in the back of stores already, the official launch date for the Android 3 (Honeycomb) tablet has been confirmed for a nationwide release on April 20th. And it will sell for $529.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and a two year contract for current T-Mobile customers. That's about $50 cheaper than the Motorola XOOM and $200 cheaper than a comparable iPad 2.

T-Mobile G2x vs HTC ThunderBolt vs ATRIX 4G vs Sidekick [Physical Comparisons]

We had an extra 5 minutes today, believe it or not, so a few photos were indeed fired off. What transpired here was a comparison photo shoot (with a few specs below too, if you'd like,) that compared the T-Mobile G2x to the Sidekick (just for fun,) then to the HTC ThunderBolt and the AT&T ATRIX 4G. Would you like to know which one is the thickest? It's the Sidekick - spoiler! Would you like to know which one looks the most awesome? That's something you're going to have to decide for yourself. This is an odd assortment you're not going to find anywhere else - I guarantee it.

Xperia Play CDMA phone hits the FCC

The Sony Xperia Play made a repeat performance at the FCC this weekend, as it's CDMA twin received Federal consideration. The inaugural Playstation certified handset, shows a SIM card slot that's different from Verizon's 4G LTE devices. This is leading some to speculate if this is a 3G only device, at least for testing purposes. We haven't seen any 4G association with the phone's advertizing with Verizon, and only rumors are circulating as to the Xperia Play launching later this month. But as we reported here, the Xperia Play is coming to 11 markets around the world, just not the US initially.

Galaxy on Fire 2 now available in Android Market

Fishlabs Entertainment has taken Galaxy on Fire 2 out of Beta and has released it on the Android Marketplace. The game, part of NVidia's Tegra Zone, has epic space battles, weird aliens and romance? Sadly, even though we took the beta version through it's paces on a Motorola Xoom tablet, according to the Android market entry, the game is listed as only supported on Sony Ericsson Xperia Play smartphones. That's too bad, especially since we reported that the Xperia Play isn't even available in the US yet. But it may also explain the $11.26 price tag. Still, it's a frakking sweet game.

LG G-Slate Demos NVIDIA Tegra 2 Optimized Riptide GP

We got another hands-on experience with the fabulous LG G-Slate that will, as you know, be coming out relatively soon to a market soon to be underwater with tablets that will surely fall short. What we've got here is a game by the name of Riptide GP, a game that's previously been out on Xbox, here mobile for the first time courtesy of our pals over at Vector Unit, Flashman Capital, and of course, NVIDIA. Have a peek with us as we get a smooth demo on the near-complete LG Android tablet.

Steam may be coming to Android, iOS

Valve's online game download service, Steam, may be coming to mobile devices. The possibility stems from a forum conversation between a Steam gamer Valve's president Gabe Newell, who said that in addition to looking into Android/iOS platform development, the service will also be adding a video recorder for capturing those precious game moments. Steam's service, expanded from Windows PC to Mac last year, and it's pretty certain that they're watching things like NVidia's Tegra Zone to see how widespread mobile gaming can get. And with the future of multi core processors, the timing may be right for the download service to toss their hat into the gaming app ring.
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