NVIDIA recently showed off the enhanced graphics capabilities of the highly-awaited Tegra 4 SoC through a video put together by Exor Studios using footage from a game called Zombie Driver. But you didn’t think that was all that the Tegra 4 has going for it, did you?
Fortunately, that is not the case at all. In fact, NVIDIA has just revealed a total of five new Tegra 4-optimized games that are said to be primed for the TegraZone spotlight. The games in question are as follows:
Dead on Arrival 2 in particular is interesting for its use of high-resolution models and PhysX.
Since the release of the Tegra 4 has been pushed to July of this year, and the Shield gaming device has subsequently been delayed until September, it may be a while until these games finally become available through TegraZone. In the meantime, feast your eyes on the preview video below which shows graphics from one of the games both with and without Tegra 4.
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Godamn it Tegra, this isn’t going to work. What? You are going to rebrand every single games with these over tesslated+bloomed games? If you want to monopolize few game studios like Xbox have done so well you need to go all the way, maybe develop your own suite of GLs or make a subset of other GLs that is licensed by nvidia like game consoles.
I mean these feeble attempts at making Tegra re-branded games makes me think “damn it, I’m soooo bored, none of these new games even reach the kind of hardware requirement for Tegras, maybe I should polish them a little bit so that people might want to give Tegra a go…”
Suppose so, you’d think they’d just take games made at the 72 Nvidia GPU level, or about 30 months ago and rejig them to exploit flash memory, especially the Linux versions, even the windows stuff wouldn’t be difficult, because most of gaming takes place in the GPUs.
I was almost convinced to get a Tegra based device, probably a tablet, because of these exclusive games but when I saw the trick they made with Dead Trigger, meaning just deactivating the Ultra High settings for the rest of the devices..I mean, that’s dust thrown in the eyes of the consumer.
they really did that?any links?