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.

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1 Comment on Project Shield Demos Tegra-Powered Android Game (VID)


On February 18, 2013 at 5:29 pm

I always wondered what is wrong with OnLive’s marketing ever since launch… this is possible since early 2011 using the Universal Controller on “many tablets and smartphones via bluetooth”.

Nvidia is an old OnLive partner.. but they are not a corpse, so ramping up fancy products like these is… the right way to go.