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SEGA Demos Sonic the Hedgehog 4 for Tegra & Android, We Go Hands-On

BARCELONA -- On the first day of Mobile World Congress here in Barcelona, SEGA showed Sonic the Hedgehog for the first time on a tablet powered by NVIDIA's quad core Tegra 3. Called Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Episode II, the new mobile game will launch some time in the Spring this year. It will come out first exclusively for NVIDIA Tegra-powered smartphones and tablets in NVIDIA's Tegra Zone before rolling out onto other Android devices after. We got a first hand look at the blue wonder doing his thing on the Tegra 3-powered Asus Transformer Prime tablet in this exclusive video.

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xskipperx824521d ago

Is there ever a GOOD Sonic player in these videos? Good lord...

Smashbro294521d ago

Why must they stuff this game on some touch screen mess?! Bring it to Vita if you wanna make it portable so badly.

Biohazard88604521d ago

No idea why they wont make this a full game wtf

Tonester9254521d ago

"As you can see its pretty fast" Quite opposite if you ask me lol

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NVIDIA's Generative AI-Powered Modding Tool Is A Gamechanger For The Industry

The NVIDIA RTX Remix tool is redefining the gaming industry and the modding community in the best way possible.

Einhander197222d ago

"NVIDIA's Generative AI-Powered Modding Tool Is A Gamechanger For The Industry"

True, the especially for all the industry that gets put out of work by it.

generic-user-name22d ago

Have you ever used a self service checkout in a store? Should we ditch alarm clocks so that we can hire people to shoot peas at our bedroom windows to wake us up like they did in the 1800s?

Einhander197222d ago

Working at a grocery store as a checkout clerk used to be a respectable job that could support a family.

romulus2322d ago

I try to avoid them at all costs, why should we do a cashiers/clerks job without any training and without being paid for it? Comparing people losing their jobs to A.I. to people from the 1800's shooting peas is hilarious, good try though.

just_looken22d ago

Gues you never saw the fast food joints that had ai everything even cooking was done by robots.

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GeForce Experience update provides support to 122 new games, Nvidia App takeover isn't here yet

A new GeForce Experience update is finally here, bringing 'optimal settings support' to 122 new games, even as Nvidia App sees development.

INMATEofARKHAM27d ago

Interesting. Diablo IV, Helldivers 2, and Forza Motorsports have been included in the app for a long time.

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Sega's Profits Are Up, But It's Mostly Down To Pachislots

Sega has released its financial statement for the 2023-24 fiscal year, and profits may be up, but it's mostly not down to video games.

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