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[CES 2013] NVIDIA Reveals Early Project Shield Titles: Blood Sword, ARMA, Real Boxing, Rochard, And More

[CES 2013] NVIDIA Reveals Early Project Shield Titles: Blood Sword, ARMA, Real Boxing, Rochard, And More

NVIDIA's jaw-dropping Tegra 4 and Project Shield demos showed off a lot of impressive hardware, but any gamer will tell you: it's all about the games themselves. To that end, they've revealed a few of the games currently in development and set to take advantage of both the Tegra 4 and Shield's console-style controls. We've already seen Madfinger's Dead Trigger 2, but on the shiny new Shield website, there are brief glimpses of other titles.

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[New Game] Sonic The Hedgehog 4, Episode 1 Finally Makes Its Way To Android

[New Game] Sonic The Hedgehog 4, Episode 1 Finally Makes Its Way To Android

At the end of last month, NVIDIA announced that Sonic the Hedgehog, Episode 2 would be making its way to Tegra 3-powered devices in 2012. This is not that game.

Instead, this is Episode 1, a long time exclusive of iOS devices. Episode 1 brings the Sonic gameplay we all know and love, picking up where the classic Sonic and Knuckles left off.

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The game features all of the same Sonic moves from previous games and even adds a new trick to the hedgehog's arsenal of spinny maneuvers: the homing attack.

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Sonic The Hedgehog 4, Episode 2 Coming To The Android Market And Tegra Zone Next Year

Sonic The Hedgehog 4, Episode 2 Coming To The Android Market And Tegra Zone Next Year

Who's ready for some old-school gaming action? If not, you better get ready - Sonic the Hedgehog and his homie Tails are making their way to Tegra-powered devices in 2012 for a sequel to the 2010 hit Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Episode 1 (which, unfortunately, is not available on Android).

Episode 2 will bring some enhanced features over its predecessor, including a completely redesigned physics engine, new character animations, and, most importantly (to us, that is), the arrival on the Android platform.

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