After disappearing for 4 months or so, SHADOWGUN has returned in an official trailer with one purpose, to give you a glimpse at what we can expect when this puppy is paired with a Kal-El quad-core processor. We should point out that the version in this trailer is for the iPad and iPhone, so imagine a much more in-depth and graphic intense one on Android. Yes, that’s me assuming a lot, but knowing what NVIDIA has planned for their next batch of processors let’s me do that.
This impressive game called SHADOWGUN first popped up two weeks ago as a potential NVIDIA Kal-El quad-core title and was so impressive that we haven’t been able to stop talking about it. So to continue to feed our addiction to these new console-quality graphics, the fine folks at Madfinger dropped this demo video of the game at E3 that will surely make your jaw slap the floor. We had previously just seen a couple of screenshots followed by a quick walk-through of a single area, but this thing takes us into battle against mutants, shows ammo pickups, blood, and so much more. It’s pretty ridiculous.
And at the end of the trailer, you’ll notice that they plan to release the game sometime in September of this year. Yeah, that’s just 3 months away. (more…)
This game called SHADOWGUN from Madfinger popped up late last week and pretty much blew everyone’s mind with its incredible graphics and the fact that it would be optimized for both the Tegra 2 and Kal-el quad-core processors from NVIDIA. It really takes 3D environments to the next level on a mobile device and also might be the first title to truly bring console-quality graphics to the small screen.
And it just so happened to be available for demo at what we’re guessing is Computex? Neither of the videos we have actually say that, but we aren’t worrying about such small things when a game this impressive is being mirrored to an HD TV.
One more quick video after the break. (more…)
Madfinger Games, the same guys that brought us Samurai II, just announced their new project called SHADOWGUN which is one of the first titles to be made specifically for NVIDIA’s new Kal-El quad-core processor. When you look up “console-quality” in a dictionary, the picture you are seeing above is now featured. Everyone please attempt to pick your jaw up from off the floor.
The game is already being referenced as the “most advanced handheld game in the market” and will also have a version available for Tegra 2 devices. It involves futuristic weaponry, a personal Android assistant, bounty hunters, cyborgs, mutants, and genetically-enhanced humanoids in the year 2350. Do we even need to say more? Oh, a date. They are only announcing that game is in the works at this time, but hope to have it out some time in 2011.
Be sure to check out the press release and some additional screenshots of the game after the break. This game looks amazing. (more…)