Project Shield Demos Tegra-Powered Android Game (VID)
NVIDIA continues to ramp up its promotion of its Project Shield portable gaming console with a demonstration of Dead on Arrival 2, a top-down zombie shooter built from the ground up to take full advantage of the Tegra 4 quad-core processor.
In the demo, we see the Tegra put to work rendering dynamic lights and shadows to set the right flashlight mood lighting, as well as real-time object and ragdoll physics to allow those zombies and zombie gibs to explode every which way.
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These technical features are a first for mobile, and Dead on Arrival 2 will also support multiplayer.
Be sure to also check out how the Shield can stream a game running on a high-end PC, giving you the graphical goodness of a GTX 680 in a handheld device.