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Five new Square Enix games coming to NVIDIA Shield GeForce Now

Five new titles including Hitman: Absolution and a pair of Tomb Raider classics are arriving on the NVIDIA Shield GeForce Now service.
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October 4, 2016
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NVIDIA Shield’s GeForce Now platform has been making a push to bring mainstream gaming to the Android ecosystem for a while now, and one of their biggest strides in that direction has been their recent partnering with Square Enix. Now the popular triple-A game developer says they’re rolling out five new games onto the platform.

Square Enix is releasing these games starting today with Hitman: Absolution. Next up will be Thief, followed by Tomb Raider Legend and Tomb Raider Anniversary. The last of the five will be the arcade hit Mini Ninjas. All of these games will be free to play for all GeForce Now members.

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The NVIDIA Shield GeForce Now platform has become something of a haven for the action-adventure genre, with many titles in that category garnering the most playtime. This puts Square Enix in a comfortable position, as that’s kind of their specialty. So far they’ve already released Sleeping Dogs, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Murdered: Soul Suspect, and Tomb Raider on GeForce Now.

If you want to check out the latest arrivals to the GeForce library, including Hitman: Absolution, click the button below to begin browsing. We don’t have any details on when the next four games from Square Enix will be arriving, but the company promises that they will be coming “soon.”

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What are your thoughts regarding the arrival of these titles on the NVIDIA Shield? Are you a GeForce Now gamer? If so, let us know about your experience with it in the comments below. You might even coax over someone to give it a shot for themselves!

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