We sit down with the team at Xbox's first-party studio World’s Edge to talk about the journey to bring Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition to Xbox.
Age of Empires 2 on Xbox - The Big Interview
One of the most visually stunning and immersive science fiction games we’ve experienced.
Dead Space Review - A Remake You’d Cut Off A Limb For
Forspoken is a game that consistently fails to deliver, despite some lofty ideas, and manages only to impress in the most obscure moments.
Forspoken Review - An Awkward Experience
A celebration of the long-running franchise and a great way to kick off Switch gaming in 2023.
Fire Emblem Engage Review - Strategy Gold
Post by Eorl @ 02:22pm 08/04/14 | 2 Comments
The April update for the Nvidia Shield is now available, five days after its planned release date, Nvidia announced today.

Nvidia originally said it would launch the system update on April 2. The major update brings the Shield to the latest version of Android, KitKat 4.4.2, and adds a host of new features such as beta support for out-of-home use of GameStream and beta compatibility with GameStream from laptops. Also included are improvements to the Shield's interface for managing your games library and buying more titles; expansions of the device's feature set in console mode, such as compatibility with Bluetooth keyboards and mice; and upgrades to Gamepad Mapper.

Check out the GameStream video below to see it in action, and those looking to grab the Shield at a cheap buck will find Nvidia offering $50 for any purchase until the end of month, putting it at just $199.




nvidia shieldnvidiastreaminggaminghandheld





Latest Comments
kappa
Posted 02:40pm 08/4/14
They should release a box just for home streaming to your tv.
ph33x
Posted 12:07pm 09/4/14
They should release a box just for home streaming to your tv.

A HDMI or DisplayPort cable perhaps?
Commenting has been locked for this item.