NVIDIA shows off Tegra on video

Engadget: Yesterday we told you about NVIDIA's new mobile platform, Tegra, and today, we've got some videos from the company showing off the system, and giving you a good impression of just how much less juice this architecture uses compared to the competition. Check the videos demonstrating the systems lean energy needs, HDMI output capabilities, blazing fast gaming, and that fancy UI we keep telling you about.

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Intel Atom vs Nvidia Tegra, size/voltage comparison

Tegra playing HD video and outputting to HDTV

Intuitive 3D User Interface with Planet 9's RayGun Navigator

Quake 3 in WVGA resolution with AA/AF at 35FPS
shine13965854d ago

nvidia and via are now together...things are heating up...

Dashmoney1015853d ago

will it have enough support to really get off the ground

Kakkoii5853d ago

It's already off the ground... That's why it's at Computex.

Nvidia already has many buyers lined up.


What happened to Arena Shooters?

What ever happened to arena shooters? We delve into the rich history of this beloved gaming subgenre, how its survived over the years, and what arena shooters look like in 2022.

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Mr_Writer85885d ago

I'd look at COD before BR.

Locking weapons and perks behind a level system.

BenRC01885d ago

Cod killed them. Tbh when cod came along, especially mw2, its was a game changer. Adding rpg elements and scorestreaks rather than just a scoreboard was very cool at the time.

Mr_Writer85885d ago


I have and always will dislike COD, they made it about time spent rather than skill.

If you're better than me in at level 1 it's down to skill. But if you don't play and only get to level 3 and I get to (just say 300) chances are my guns and perks etc I will kill you more than you kill me.

Overwatch is a good example of a game that does require skill. I have 800+ hours on that game, but some players in that game are unreal.

And you know it's down to skill as you have pretty much the same characters etc.

isarai885d ago

Also any new ones will instantly get compared to Overwatch. Which sucks cause i miss old school arcade shooters with cool characters to choose from.

fr0sty885d ago (Edited 885d ago )

I miss Unreal Tournament 2004's ultra fast paced action... nothing since has really come close to capturing it. Going on sprees never felt more satisfying. A modern day version of that would be amazing.

DigitalDaniel885d ago

Halo says "Hi".
Arena shooters are not dead.

ChubbyBlade885d ago

Infinites player base is dropping like flies because of a lack of content.

Sonyslave3885d ago

Key word lack of content not because it a arena shooter .

And it doing just fine on Xbox

Mr_Writer85885d ago

"lack of content"

Maybe if gamers didn't have the attention span of a small child.

The game hasn't even been out long. And they need new maps and weapons already?

No wonder games as a service is a thing.

ChubbyBlade885d ago

Seems both people below me don’t know how to read.

Never said the lack of content was because it’s an arena shooter nor did I say new maps or weapons.

The game has less than 1/2 of the game modes from past titles the previous ones would launch with.

There’s very little vehicle centric options and the way they spawn in makes them appear less often.

The unlocks are abysmal compared to previous titles leaving nothing to earn or work towards for those who care about that sort of thing.

Been playing since CE in 2001. Not one of these “attention span” problem gamers you’re speaking of. The game literally lacks legacy game modes and vehicle play isn’t very good.

spicelicka885d ago

lmao it's barely been out for a month, it has more than enough content for release. Far more than most games these days.

MadLad885d ago

I'll let you know when I have a hard time finding a match.

The game is as far from dead as dead can be. Not sure why you're trying to make it out to be anything other than that.

LucasRuinedChildhood885d ago (Edited 885d ago )


"Maybe if gamers didn't have the attention span of a small child."
Mate, you're the one who needs to pay attention. It's missing loads of modes (although they did add a few back in), no Forge, and barely has a progression system,

"No wonder games as a service is a thing."
You're actually defending a big issue with games as a service (less content for more money) and thinking you're clever.

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Mr_cheese885d ago

Wouldn't mind a new Unreal Tournament to go with UE5

RaidenBlack885d ago

^^ this + competing with it, a new Quake to go with future idTech 8

LordoftheCritics885d ago (Edited 885d ago )

Devs stopped innovating on them.

Overwatch is the last innovation that has some of that vibe.

PapaBop879d ago

Agreed, you can tell Kaplan and co loved playing shooters back in the arena golden days and Overwatch is a much better game because of it. Still my go to shooter and only other shooters I've put this much time in are Quake 3 and CS.

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