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SHADOWGUN for Tegra 2 Devices Should Be Out October 26

The much anticipated SHADOWGUN that has been demoed and teased for months is finally going to make it to the market, according to Madfinger games who produces it. October 26 is the day for anyone with a Tegra 2 device, meaning it will be available in the Tegra Zone for a price of $4.99.

We have actually had a chance to play it a bit and can easily say that the future of mobile gaming looks very bright. We all know that a quad-core-enhanced version of the game is one the way as well, but trust me, the Tegra version looks very, very impressive.

On a related note, what would you say if I told you that we had a Tegra 2 tablet, Jambox and giftcard to give away to celebrate the release of it? Would you be interested? Stay tuned for details as we approach the launch date.  


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  • Anonymous

    BTW who finds it hard to play games like this on a phone with no keyboard or physical controls. I do. In just went out and bought a 3Ds for portable gaming. Android and iOS have fell short in the gaming area IMO.

    • honestly….you get VERY used to it. when your HS’ppl in nova2 or Mdub all the time, your used to it…lol

  • Anonymous

    Good. Because this game is already out for iOS.

  • Scott Willenborg

    How exactley is this relevent to the Nexus? lol…

    love me some tablet games for my TF.

  • I can’t wait to get this game on my Xoom!

    • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Just shut up and take my money!


  • geeyawn

    i love robo nipples!

  • FortitudineVincimus

    T2?? We are moving on to T3 chips already

  • L0ngxnguyen

    If the artical doesnt relate to the galaxy nexus Don’t post! Don’t care!

    • Anonymous

      You don’t even care about winning a tablet?

      • Honestly I’m sick of all the Nexus FTW comments that have nothing to do with the article they’re posting on. Everyone will be complaining soon enough when suddenly the Nexus doesn’t live up to their hyped up expectations. No phone can live up to all this hype and I think many may be disappointed because of it.

        • Anonymous

          Then we would only have Mr. Hypebeast to thank for that.
          Keep the nexus news coming Kellex.

        • Anonymous


      • Supr2nr

        Since no one cares about winning the tablet, I’ll gladly take it off your hands.  🙂

      • Mack

        I do!

  • Anonymous