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Submitted by gamerlive 736d ago | interview

Madfinger Games CEO Previews Dead Trigger II Game On Project Shield (Q&A)

Madfinger Games created an exclusive demo of its upcoming shooter, Dead Trigger II, for the NVIDIA Project SHIELD portable gaming device. The demo, which was on hand at the NVIDIA CES booth, featured a battle with a giant zombie that’s taller than the beautifully detailed shops that line the street. There was plenty of shooting in the short demo, which also included a collection of more traditionally-sized zombies attacking from all sides. The level of detail in this game, which featured a turret that took down the hulking boss, is straight out of a console title. Marek Rabas, CEO and programmer at Madfinger Games, talks about how NVIDIA Tegra 4 made this game possible in this exclusive interview. (Android, Dead Trigger 2, MADFINGER Games, Mobile, NVIDIA)

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jagiii  +   737d ago
This looks like a console game.
CommonSenseGamer  +   736d ago
The original looks pretty good as well and is free to play! It also features controller support so it runs and plays beautifully on my Nexus 7.
YoureINMYWay85  +   737d ago
Mobile gaming has gotten way better
Magnagamer222  +   737d ago
Watch out PS Vita, Project Shield has you in it's sites.
The_Infected  +   736d ago
It looks ok but KZ: Mercenaries on Vita is the best looking handheld game I've ever seen.
NobodyImportant  +   736d ago
Looks AMAZING for a portable game, but I'm not getting a Project shield / whatever. It's too big.

I enjoy gaming either in short bursts on my iPhone (World of Goo etc) at the train station, or if I'm parked in the car waiting for someone.

Or I play PROPER games (FPS, openworld etc) on a dedicated console/PC in my sitting room.

I'm not carrying a phone and a chunky portable games console wherever I go just in case I get time to game.

I can see it being useful for playing games in bed maybe. I guess I'll have to see closer to it's release.
I am tempted purely becuase it is new tech. I just think it will flop because it's too big to keep in your back pocket and too small to house next gen hardware and be a dedicated games console.
CommonSenseGamer  +   736d ago
I'm more interested in how Tegra 4 will improve mobile gaming as following hot on the heels of shield will be next gen tablets and smart phones powered by Tegra 4.
porkChop  +   736d ago
Hopefully it actually improves unlike Tegra 3. The graphical "upgrades" were proven to be fake. Modders figured out that you can actually enable the Tegra exclusive features on other chips and they run perfectly fine. All Nvidia did was block the graphical effects on other chips, the Tegra 3 wasn't actually any better than the competition. So yeah, here's hoping this Tegra 4 stuff isn't bullshit as well, but seeing as they do similar things on PC I wouldn't hold my breath.
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